[Tool] How To Convert Image To Text (OCR)

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You are reading a book or article online, and want to copy/paste a few sentences. But then you realize the book or article prevents you to copy, or maybe the book/article is an image. Instead of typing the sentences, you can use a tool to automatically recognize texts in image and convert for you.

“structurise” is such a tool. Unlike other online tools, you can paste your image into structurise directly, instead of saving the image to a file and uploading it. So it really make your workflow fast:

http://www.structurise.com/screenshot-ocr/

A short demo recorded by myself (in Chinese)


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