[blindlaw] Scanning with Apple
gerard.sadlier at gmail.com
Tue Mar 13 18:59:37 UTC 2012
I find the Kurzweil programmes very clunky. Good for what they do but clunky.
What do sighted people use for OCR?
On MAC or Windows?
I realize they don't have the same need of it.
On 3/13/12, Wmodnl <wmodnl at hotmail.com> wrote:
> I have a Mac and use K3000. It works well when scanning books; that, is
> about it. It turns my scanner into a great decoration though since it makes
> and creates more OCR errors. You are better off with a personal reader or
> going back to windows.
> William O'Donnell, distributor
> Organo Gold Enterprises, INC.
> Sent from my iPad
> On Mar 12, 2012, at 10:10 PM, "Andrew Webb" <awebb2168 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hello Everyone,
>> First , I'd like to thank folks for the many helpful and substantive
>> responses to my query last week about portable electronic devices. Apple
>> IOS seems to be the popular choice, but I realize that there are other
>> solutions as well, including the Victor Reader, Book Sense, neb books,
>> For those using Apple devices, I wonder if any of you could comment on
>> options for scanning documents for OCR? It's my understanding that
>> and Open Book are not compatible with Apple. I believe that Apple has its
>> own proprietary scanning program, but I have no idea if it is
>> I'm wondering if any of you use the Apple scanning program, or do people
>> just resort back to Kurzweil, OpenBook, etc. for these purposes?
>> Thanks in advance.
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