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Old 06-26-2012, 07:21 AM   #272
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Briss on Linux (LMDE 64 bits)

I wonder how I could do so long without it. Very efficient. Thanks very much.

I used it for several PDF images books from Gallica (each one is over 300 pages, 7 to 10 megs, 300 dpi on average). Works perfectly. The resulting "cropped" pdf is converted to images by pdfimages in usually about ten seconds. Wonderful tools to begin an OCR job!!

1. - I have even the feeling that Briss corrects the inclination? The results on slightly slanted text zones seems somewhat better when I use Briss. Am I wrong?

2. - If i wish to explain neatly what Briss is doing and how it works, which up-to-date documentation would you recommend?

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