Aspose.OCR Cloud supports optical character recognition for whole image, partial image or a specific rectangular area of an image file. Once the text is extracted from the image, Aspose.OCR Cloud reads the image and recognizes the fonts such as Arial and Times New Roman, font styles like regular, bold and italic. During the month of January 2013, we have added some features in different programming languages that you can use to extract text from images.
You can extract text from images such BMP and TIFF files and generate editable text-based document using REST API. You can also extract text from a specific block of an image using Aspose.OCR Cloud in your applications. This REST API allows you to extract text from images without using storage. Following is a list of changes made in Aspose.OCR Cloud documentation during the month of January 2013:
Ruby & Python Examples:
- Extract Text from a specific Block
- Extract Text from Images
- Extract Text from Images without using Storage