I am new to python so I want to ask you guys here about python " can we insert language in Tesseract? like when we want to give tesseract read text image but for another language it is now read except english so I want to know how is work and can we give tesseract ..
I’m trying to get just one line of this out. So I was hoping when I ran pytesseract, I’d get useable data out. Instead, I’m getting strings like ‘Ce eet il ae oe a on) osnnooo eo oo oo oom om om om)nn[OO COCO ORR OW OR PRP ODWWGnneyo fe) Fee ote) = = – ..
I’ve got a strange error: as soon as I run OCRmyPDF (inside Python or cmd), my output is stuffed with the following error message: [WinError 2] The system cannot find the file specified Even through the "verbosity=True" option in the logger, I get no indication of the origin of the error message (I get this ..
I want to be able to recognize digits from images. So I have been playing around with tesseract and python. I looked into how to prepare the image and tried running tesseract on it and I must say I am pretty disappointed by how badly my digits are recognized. I have tried to prepare my ..
Im learning Tesseract on python and i want to turn a image to value So here is the image Its a really simple image and actually tesseract do a pretty good job and gives me the right value back but not what i want So my imput is that image -7,25 and my output should ..
I have an image that is oriented at a 90-degree angle. When fetch the angle using the tesseract command line I get a 90-degree orientation. However, when I run it in python code using pytesseract (with the same tesseract version) I get 270-degree orientation. In the command line: >tesseract test-file.PNG stdout -l osd –psm 0 ..
I’m trying to create a real time OCR in python using mss and pytesseract. So far, I’ve been able to capture my entire screen which has a steady FPS of 30. If I wanted to capture a smaller area of around 500×500, I’ve been able to get 100+ FPS. However, as soon as I include ..
I’m having trouble preprocessing this CAPTCHA image to be read in by an OCR like Tesseract. I am having specific trouble with the vertical line intersecting the u. Tesseract is having no problem at all reading k3cvx. The kerning between ju5k along with the vertical line contribute to the inaccuracy of Tesseract. I’ve tried diluting ..
I have an image that looks like this: And this is the processed image I have tried pretty much everything. I processed the image like this: gray = cv2.cvtColor(img, cv2.COLOR_BGR2GRAY) #Converting to GrayScale (h, w) = gray.shape[:2] gray = cv2.resize(gray, (w*2, h*2)) thresh = cv2.threshold(gray, 150, 255.0, cv2.THRESH_BINARY | cv2.THRESH_OTSU) gray = cv2.morphologyEx(thresh, cv2.MORPH_CLOSE, rectKernel) ..
I’m using Tesseract to get textual data from images. In particular, I want to get numbers. Using Tesseract, I generate a DataFrame with boundind boxes and text (I need both). However, in images most numbers use space as decical sepator. Like this : Number Example This leads Tesseract to interpret it as numerous different numbers ..