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VeryDOC Image to PDF OCR Converter

VeryDOC Image to PDF OCR Converter

VeryDOC Image to PDF OCR Converter can be used to convert image to searchable PDF, where text can be copied. It can also be used to convert image to password protected PDF, set basic PDF information, and add bookmarks to PDF.

VeryDOC Image to PDF OCR Converter can recognize text in scanned image files with a very high degree of accuracy. To maximize the OCR accuracy, this application provides mulitple OCR options which can be used to correct skew image files, remove speckles or dots from original image files, etc.

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How to use

The following is the workflow chart of VeryDOC Image to PDF OCR Converter. For more details, please check the user manual.

VeryDOC Image to PDF OCR Converter

Why Convert Image to PDF?

Compared with image formats, PDF is more suitable for printing and storing. PDF, as a standard file format for printing and storing, can store images on hard drives in lesser bytes. For example, if convert a JPEG to PDF, you will find that the size of the result PDF can be one tenth of the original image. Moreover, PDF is viewable with most of the browsers and compatible with portable readers.

Why OCR is Necessary?

It is known to all that image content cannot be copied. Even if you use a common converter to convert images to PDF, the text in the output PDF is still not searchable. So the old way is to type the content word by word when you need to extract the content from an image file. Thanks to VeryDOC Image to PDF OCR Converter, such problems are easily solved. With the help of this tool, you can copy text from image files, and then edit PDF as edit Word documents.

What is OCR?

OCR is short for optical character recognition. It is the mechanical or electronic conversion of scanned images of handwritten, typewritten or printed text into machine-encoded text. It is widely used as a form of data entry from some sort of original paper data source, whether documents, sales receipts, mail, or any number of printed records.

Image PDF vs Searchable PDF

PDF can contain graphics, images, text, or all. We can divide PDF files into two types depending on the duplicability of the text in PDF. Image PDF files are created from images, and are usually used to store scanned documents. The text in the image PDF files is neither searchable nor duplicable. While the searchable PDF files contain text that can be copied and searched.

Features of PDF to Image OCR Converter
  • Input formats: TIF (TIFF), JPG (JPEG), GIF, PNG, BMP, PSD, WMF, EMF, PCX, PIC, etc.
  • Output file format: standard PDF
  • Support batch conversion from image to searchable PDF.
  • It can also output image PDF if you need.
  • Combine many image files into one PDF or convert a single image file to a single PDF.
  • Monitor directory to do unattended conversion.
  • Specify the output folder in advance.
  • Save the output PDF file in the name of original image file.
  • Allow you to design name template for batch conversion.
  • It allows you to insert image file to an existed PDF file.
  • Correct scanned image files if they are skewed.
  • Remove dots from images for better OCR effects.
  • It allows you to set PDF DPI and it can recognize black & white image files automatically.
  • Option to add basic information as title, keywords and others to the output PDF file.
  • Option to add bookmark by page number, short title or the full name of the input file.
  • It allows you to set password for output PDF file in two ways by two levels: open password and owner password, 40 bit RC4 or 128 bit RC4.
  • Recognize text with a very high degree of OCR accuracy up to 99%.
  • It can connect with scanner for converting scanned image files to searchable PDF files continuously.
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