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how to extract text from image in flex?
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 2-May-12 1:17am    
What does it mean, OCR? Or something else.
sam9918 2-May-12 1:18am    
yes it means OCR..
if u have any other things then let me know..

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Please see my comment to the question. In the meanwhile, please read:[^].

If this is what you need: this is not a simple task at all; it's very hard to advise anything definitive in a quick Questions & Answers forum. You would need to seriously study this problem.


Maybe this is something else? :-)

This is quite problematic stuff. "Extract" sounds a bit naive. Try to search:[^].

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sam9918 2-May-12 1:22am    
well what you said is correct..
but i have already designed a software in .net C#, which converts the text in an image into a text file..
but i uses some refrences in .net and its easy to add in .net but i don't have any idea of using refrence in flex..
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 2-May-12 1:24am    
I do not understand what do you mean by references in .NET. How this is related to Flex? You can use ASP.NET... if you can.
sam9918 2-May-12 1:26am    
i used MODI refrence in .NET to create that software..
sam9918 2-May-12 1:27am    
and extract doesn't sounds native..
its what i want to do..
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 2-May-12 14:03pm    
I said "naive", not "native". This is how "extract" word sounds. This is really big thing, image recognition. First of all, I would advise you to avoid it. What is your workflow? If you already had some text and rendered it to an image, don't go back. Entropy growth is irreversible, you know. Better store the text information somewhere, etc.

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