Thursday, November 19, 2015

Capture2text – OCR on the Go

Capture2Text enables users to do the following operations:

1. Optical Character Recognition (OCR)
Allows the user to quickly snapshot a small portion of the screen, OCR it and (by default) save the result to the clipboard.

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2. Speech Recognition (experimental)
Using speech recognition the user can speak into their microphone and Capture2Text will convert the speech to text. If the speech recognition technology is not 100% sure, Capture2Text will present the user with a list of the most likely transcriptions. The selected result will (by default) be copied to the clipboard.

The application supports 50+ languages including Chinese, English, French, German, Japanese, and Spanish. It is absolutely portable and does not require installation.

How to launch (no installation required):
* Unzip the contents of the zip file. Make sure that there are no Asian or other non-ASCII characters in the path where you unzipped it. Do not unzip it to the "Program Files" directory (this will avoid issues related to write privileges).
* Double-click on Capture2Text.exe. You should see the Capture2Text icon on the bottom-right of your screen (though it might be hidden in which case you will have to click on the "Show hidden icons" arrow).

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