Working with scanned PDF files
PDF files are popularly used for working with scanned text documents because PDF files are very easy to share with any computer that has an OCR reader. Additionally, you can OCR PDF files to make them text-searchable. Thanks to this property, any PDF file becomes as easy to work with as any regular text file. You can search them, copy information, and edit the contents.
OCR for a clean scanned image
The only instance where you might run into difficulties with OCR software is if the quality of the scanned image is poor. With blurred text or an otherwise distorted page, OCR software might not be able to recognize the text accurately. Fortunately, some OCR tools have the capability to make PDF files cleaner, through features such as de-skewing and de-speckling. For this reason, when you choose an OCR tool, make sure it has advanced image processing capabilities to deal with this problem.
Batch OCR software for PDF files
Users who are looking for a PDF OCR tool that can clean files to maximize accuracy should pay careful attention to the specific features of different products. Maestro Recognition Server is known for its advanced image processing capabilities, which contribute to its high overall accuracy. Maestro is also an extremely powerful OCR program, with batch processing options that are ideal for industrial use. You can download the trial version of Maestro for free to experience all of these capabilities for yourself.