How to Convert JPEG, PNG, GIF, BMP, TIFF, PDF, DjVu to Text Free Online OCR

NewOCR.com is a free online OCR (Optical Character Recognition) service based on 3 OCR engines – Tesseract, Cuneiform and Ocrad, can analyze the text in any image file that you upload, and then convert the text from the image into text that you can easily edit on your computer.
Unlimited uploads, no registration, layout analysis (multi-column text recognition), 40 languages support (Arabic, Bulgarian, Catalan, Czech, Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional), Cherokee, Danish, Estonian, German, Greek, English, Finnish, French, Hebrew, Hindi, Croatian, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latvian, Lithuanian, Dutch, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Slovak, Slovenian, Spanish, Serbian, Swedish, Tagalog, Thai, Turkish, Ukrainian, Vietnamese), image files (JPEG, PNG, GIF, BMP, multi page TIFF), multi page PDF and DjVu documents.
Recognition results can be opened in Google Docs Viewer or saved as files: Plain text (TXT), HTML, Microsoft Word (DOC), Adobe Acrobat (PDF), Rich Text Format (RTF), LibreOffice and OpenOffice (ODT).
You can upload DOC, DOCX, RTF and ODT files that contain images, and images in ZIP archives!
http://www.newocr.com/

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Google Chrome 8 Goes Stable, Adds PDF Reder

Google has really stayed on track with their releases of the Chrome web browser.  They can now add another notch to their wall with the release of Google Chrome 8 Stable.  It looks like Google is on pace to release Chrome 9 before Microsoft is able to release IE9. Google Chrome 8.0.552.215 Final is the... Read More…

Chrome Browser logoGoogle has really stayed on track with their releases of the Chrome web browser.  They can now add another notch to their wall with the release of Google Chrome 8 Stable.  It looks like Google is on pace to release Chrome 9 before Microsoft is able to release IE9.

Google Chrome 8.0.552.215 Final is the latest stable version to come out Mountain View, and it brings with it some 800 significant features and a stable of bug fixes.  The big additions include a built-in PDF reader, which is built off the Foxit PDF SDK.  They have also added support for Chrome Web Apps, which has yet to be released.

Chrome 8 Final also does some tidying up.  They have patched 13 major bugs with this release, including four “high” level security flaws.  Google has also implemented the Chrome sandbox, where the new PDF reader will play.  Also the latest Dev version will use the sandbox feature on the built-in Adobe Flash plugin, which has been causing various problems with the browser.

Since Google has released the first version of Google Chrome almost two years ago, they have been on the warpath in regards to stable releases.  What has taken Microsoft almost 15 years to do, Google is about to do it in just over two years when they release Google Chrome 9 Final.

The full changelog and release notes for Google Chrome 8.0.552.215 can be found here.  The latest release can be downloaded at google.com/chrome.  A standalone installer of Google Chrome 8 can be found here.

[via Google Chrome Blog]

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7-PDF Website Converter Provides An Easy and Nice Way to Converts Any Web Page to A PDF File

imageIf you had ever tried to PDF a web page before, you would probably experience one of the annoyances described below: The background color is turned off by default; The content is being cut off; The layout is messed up; etc. etc. And you would find this tool, 7-PDF Website Converter, very useful. 7-PDF Website […]

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If you had ever tried to PDF a web page before, you would probably experience one of the annoyances described below:

  • The background color is turned off by default;
  • The content is being cut off;
  • The layout is messed up;
  • etc. etc.

And you would find this tool, 7-PDF Website Converter, very useful.

7-PDF Website Converter was developed just to solve the problems PDFing a web page. It converts any given web url to a nicely organized PDF, even with bookmarks automatically create.

The tool has a free version which is free of charge to any private use, while a pro version adds a few small advanced features, e.g. clickable weblink inside the PDF file.

7-PDF website Converter is also fairly easy to install and use. Even though it offers quite a few settings that allow you to tweak how you want to create PDF, I found it works quite well out of the box. After you have the program installed on your computer, you can simply launch the program, type in the url of the web page, and hit Convert to PDF! button. It’s just simple like that.

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So, let’s see how good it is in a real example.

Let’s say, if I want to PDF this site, here is what it looks like, quite awful, to be honest. Part of the problem is on our side because we still haven’t got the CSS set up right for printing, but still it shouldn’t end up the result like this.

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Now, let’s see what the output is from 7-PDF Website Converter.

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It almost looked perfect!

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