Problem with detection some character

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Problem with detection some character

Post by Audros » Mon Nov 12, 2018 5:28 pm

Hello,
we use the ocr to read line from pdf using PDFXOCR.PDFXOCR_Funcs.OCR_GetFields(pdf, ref Options, out ret1, inFields, "\n", (uint)PDFXOCR.PDFXOCR_Funcs.PXO_FieldInputFlags.PXO_Origin_BottomLeft) method, but we have problem when we read some character like O and 0, the ocr is confused somtimes, which is not good in our case, we looked at some posts and from a mail received from your team who say that we should use 300 at accuracy, but we find this property in op.document.OCRPages operation of pdf xchage editor and not in OCR dll with PXO_Options class(it s one we use)
can tyou help us please?
best regard

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Re: Problem with detection some character

Post by Tracker Supp-Stefan » Mon Nov 12, 2018 5:46 pm

Hello Audros,

I've asked a colleague who works on the OCR SDK to take a look and we will post here as soon as we have any further news!

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Stefan

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Re: Problem with detection some character

Post by Audros » Wed Nov 14, 2018 8:10 am

Hi Stefan,
Thank you Sir.

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Re: Problem with detection some character

Post by Tracker Supp-Stefan » Thu Nov 15, 2018 1:38 pm

Hello Audros,

A colleague from the dev team advised that
PXO_Options has an option for controlling the dpi:
raster_dpi

So please do try this out!

Regards,
Stefan

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