OCR Line Detection
Detects lines in a file.
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Optical Character Recognition (OCR) is a technology that enables the recognition of text within images and scanned documents. It allows you to extract text from images and convert it into a machine-readable format, such as a text file or a Word document. This can be useful for a variety of purposes, such as digitizing physical documents, extracting information from images for data entry, or making scanned documents text-searchable.
OCR Line Detection is a specific type of OCR technology that is designed to recognize and extract text from images of documents that have been scanned in such a way that each line of text is a separate image. This can be useful for documents that have complex layouts, such as forms or tables, where it is important to extract specific pieces of information from specific lines of text. OCR Line Detection algorithms are able to accurately identify and extract the text from each individual line of an image, allowing you to easily extract and process the information contained within the document.