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command line interface for OCRFeeder, a document layout analysis and optical character recognition system.

see also : ocrfeeder


ocrfeeder-cli [OPTIONS]

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This manual page documents briefly the ocrfeeder-cli command.

OCRFeeder Given the images it will automatically outline its contents, distinguish between what’s graphics and text and perform OCR over the latter. It generates multiple formats being its main one ODT.


Generic program information

Show program version number and exit

-h, --help

Show help message and exit

Required options

Name for the generated file

Other options
IMAGE1 [IMAGE2 ...], --images=IMAGE1 [IMAGE2 ...]

Images to be recognized

-f FORMAT, --format=FORMAT

Format for the generated document (odt or html)


Desired window size of OCRFeeder’s segmentation algorithm. If this option is not used, the window size will be calculated automatically



Folder to hold the engines’ configuration files

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This manpage has been written by Joaquim Rocha <jrocha[:at:]igalia[:dot:]com> and Alberto Garcia <agarcia[:at:]igalia[:dot:]com>

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