You can use this intuitive application to easily convert scanned documents or pictures to editable text, in various formats, like DOC, TXT or PDF
|Updated||Oct 26th 2017|
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JiNa OCR Converter is a reliable and easy to use software solution developed to help you quickly converted scanned files or photographed pages to editable formats, with the least amount of effort, so you can work with the more efficiently.
The application is quite intuitive and straight-forward, requiring almost no previous experience with similar tools, as it functions much like regular converters, despite being meant to perform Optical Character Recognition operations.
Optical Character Recognition or OCR makes use of various procedures that analyzes scanned items, be they hand- or typewritten, even photos, and tries to convert their contents to editable text, in order to spare you from having to manually transcribe them.
JiNa OCR Converter Crack simply requires you to add the files that you want to work with, supporting multiple formats, namely PDF, JPG, PNG, BMP, TIFF, GIF, JPEG or TIF. Additionally, it features an 'Edit' option that enables you to manually select the pages that you want to convert, useful particularly if you do not need the entire document, as it spares you from having to wait around for the process to finish.
The program supports batch mode, which means you can load several files at the same time and convert them to the target format. Moreover, JiNa OCR Converter allows you to set a different output format for each item. Finally, you can set the output location and press on the 'Convert Now' button, which will cause the tool to start processing your files, displaying a popup window when it is complete.
JiNa OCR Converter is a handy and efficient utility that is meant to assist you in turning scanned documents or captured images to regular editable text, such as PDF, DOC, RTF, HTML or TXT, with as little as one push of a button.
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