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KBookOCR

   2.1  

KDE Text Processing

Score 70%
KBookOCR
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Downloads:  4374
Submitted:  Nov 23 2010
Updated:  Jul 18 2011

Description:

KbookOCR — an intelligent system for recognition documents (OCR system).

Input: Specify document that you want to recognize (djvu, pdf, img ) + Select language of input document.

Pages to proceed: Scanning can be conducted of the entire document or selected range.

Preview size: Here is a few options of preview (located on the left preview window):
  • Native
  • Small

  • Output: Outgoing documents can be saved in txt format (specify the folder you want to save) or opened with OpenOffice.

    Based on: CuneiForm

    Note: The quality of an output file depends of input source quality and work of third-party OCR package.

    GitHub: http://github.com/b0noI/KBookOCR

    PS: If you enjoyed our program, do not forget to click "+";) Or you can even donate




    Changelog:

    2.1 - better KDE integration, better UI, pre-build only for x32

    2.0 - new major version of KBookOCR. All new:
    - new GUI,
    - new project system,
    - new integration with cuneiform system,
    - new scaner support system(KSane).
    It's more stable, faster than 1.x version

    1.4.1 — you can load last project and continue to working on it

    1.4.0 — book pages thumbnails for recognition, batch scanning option

    1.3.1: preview of scaned pages, some GUI usability improvements

    1.3: new GUI

    1.2: output in rtf, html (layout support)
    scanner support (via scanimage)
    GUI changed

    UPD3: try to compile ONLY with Qt >= 4.7
    UPD2: src is here, enjoy
    UPD: rpm and binary tar.gz for all x32 dsit is here;) src will coming soon




    LicenseGPL
    Ubuntu(kbookocr 2.1 (i386.deb))
    other(kbookocr 2.1 i386 rpm (x32))
    other(kbookocr 2.1 src for all dist)
    Ubuntu(kbookocr 2.0 (amd64.deb))
    other(kbookocr 2.0 amd64 rpm (x64))
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     little issue with deb amd64

     
     by Martox12 on: Jun 28 2011
     
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    Hi,

    I am running Kubuntu 11.04 amd64. When installing package 'kbookocr_2.0.5.x64.deb' using 'gdebi-gtk' from the konsole ... everything goes OK until the end ... when I receive this screenshot ( http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5067/5879629016_f367c0f77c_z.jpg ). The terminal says nothing. But I can run the program, and things appear to go nice so it's a bit strange. I have been digging a bit and I don't know if this is ok (a screenshot from synaptic) ( http://farm7.static.flickr.com/6001/5879629020_6fde1285e7_b.jpg ) ... maybe it says something to you ... maybe this is not the problem.


    On the other hand, I have found that cuneiform is in version '1.1.0+dfsg-1' at 'Oneiric Ocelot' ... and I was wondering if KBookOCR is ready for this version.

    Congratulations for the application, it looks very promising !!!

    Regards.


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     Re: little issue with deb amd64

     
     by b0noI on: Jun 28 2011
     
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    it really was a small error in the dependencies. it will not be in the next version 2.1


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     Yet another YAGF?

     
     by mityukov on: Jun 28 2011
     
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    Looks pretty good. I wonder, however, what are the key points, making it different from YAGF?


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     Re: Yet another YAGF?

     
     by b0noI on: Jun 28 2011
     
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    The answer is partly in the name of the program. The program began as a way to work with books (pdf, djvu), so that other programs only work with images and scanner.
    Next we plan to support multiple drivers (not just cuneiform). There will also be implemented many new features including for example: automatic language detection, improve the recognition of document structure, etc...
    KBookOCR finally killed all analog Books)


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     hardcoded library

     
     by doktor5000 on: Jul 7 2011
     
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    Hello,

    first i'd like to thank you for your efforts. When building KBookOCR for Mageia 1 x86_64 i noticed that there is a library hardcoded with path. See for yourself:

    [doktor5000@mageia1 KBookocr]$ grep -R libksane.so ./
    ./KBookocr.pro:/usr/lib/libksane.so
    ./Makefile:LIBS = $(SUBLIBS) -L/usr/lib64 -L/usr/lib -lpoppler-qt4 /usr/lib/libksane.so -lQtGui -L/usr/lib64 -lQtCore -lpthread

    This is no good and breaks build on x86_64. Please fix with next release.


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     Re: hardcoded library

     
     by b0noI on: Jul 9 2011
     
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    Thanks! We will fix it in 2.1


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     Three questions

     
     by olegue on: Jul 17 2011
     
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    1. Why don't use as an optional or second OCR engine - tesseract ? It is actually the accuratest OCR engine for linux.
    2. How about OCR-ing multilingual languages documents ?
    3. How to OCR-ing a part of the image ?


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     Re: Three questions

     
     by b0noI on: Jul 18 2011
     
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    Each of your questions is part of our RoadMap. For example in version 2.2 will now support the tesseract. As for the other two points then, unfortunately, still can not say exactly which version it will be implemented


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     Re: Re: Three questions

     
     by olegue on: Jul 18 2011
     
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    Thanks.

    The Layout option is a good move but needs polishing. It arranges the output in different order then the original.


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     Compilation problem

     
     by gohanz on: Jul 17 2011
     
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    This new version fail to compile on my Slackware 13.37.

    viewadder.cpp:33:6: warning: unused parameter ‘doc’
    viewadder.cpp:33:6: warning: unused parameter ‘n’
    g++ -c -O2 -march=i486 -mtune=i686 -O2 -march=i486 -mtune=i686 -Wall -W -D_REENTRANT -DQT_NO_DEBUG -DQT_GUI_LIB -DQT_CORE_LIB -DQT_SHARED -I/usr/lib/qt/mkspecs/linux-g++ -I. -I/usr/lib/qt/include/QtCore -I/usr/lib/qt/include/QtGui -I/usr/lib/qt/include -I/usr/include/poppler/qt4 -I. -I. -o scanerdialog.o scanerdialog.cpp
    scanerdialog.cpp:2:29: fatal error: ui_scanerdialog.h: File o directory non esistente
    compilation terminated.
    make: *** [scanerdialog.o] Errore 1
    make: *** Attesa dei processi non terminati....
    ocrthread.cpp: In member function ‘bool OCRThread::startOCR()’:
    ocrthread.cpp:168:1: warning: no return statement in function returning non-void
    ocrthread.cpp: In member function ‘QString OCRThread::getImgAt(int)’:
    ocrthread.cpp:238:1: warning: control reaches end of non-void function


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     Re: Compilation problem

     
     by 414N on: Jul 18 2011
     
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    Same for me...


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     Re: Re: Compilation problem

     
     by b0noI on: Jul 18 2011
     
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    Sorry. Fixed. You can redownload now


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     Re: Re: Re: Compilation problem

     
     by gohanz on: Jul 19 2011
     
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    Many thanks KBookocr compile and work fine now!


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     Cuneiform output

     
     by sosonok on: Jul 25 2011
     
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    This is getting better and better.

    Today I've 'ocred' a 104 pages pdf. Result is decent, but there are a few issues:

    -even if I select document language, some characters are not recognized (—, not -)
    -every line that ends with '-' splitting a word results in a broken paragraph.
    -output has no format (bold, alignment, font size, margins).

    Can this be fixed or is a cuneiform limitation?


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