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Very High Level Of Accuracy on OCR recognisation

 
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Which is the Best OCR engine for most accuracy - commerical or open source in terms of very high quality
 
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Hi Kathir,

Aspose.OCR is a commercial tool that provides decent results.
There is a free online service so you can easily test the accuracy by yourself.

For more information visit this thread.
 
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