OCR conversion of PDF files
OCR conversion refers to the process of converting an image file into a text-searchable document. This is only possible in the case of image files that contain text content, such as scanned documents. Because of its universality, compression capabilities, and other convenient features, PDF is frequently the format used to store scanned documents, and so OCR software is often designed to process PDF files.
Batch OCR is necessary when the file load is too great for individual processing. Instead of OCRing files individually, software with batch processing capabilities is able to take on entire folders, processing files in bulk. While free OCR software may be sufficient for occasional personal use, more advanced software with batch processing capabilities is generally a requirement for professional use.
Batch OCR PDF conversion software
For the best batch OCT PDF conversion software on the market, try Maestro Recognition Server from CVISION. Maestro is specifically designed for industrial use, so it is powerful enough to meet all of your needs. Furthermore, Maestro has been shown to be the most accurate OCR solution available. If you want to try Maestro for yourself, you can download the free trial version.