On a vaguely related note: I was talking to some people at the ABBYY booth
in the exhibit hall for KMWorld/Enterprise Search Summit/Taxonomy
Bootcamp, and asked whether the Linux version of their software was not
going to be updated. Apparently it will be skipping a major, and will be
syncing with the windows server version some time in Q1/2013.
I think enough people hated having to keep a windows server in the loop
(i.e. everybody not running sharepoint) that it was worth the effort.
Since their SDK provides the OCR engine for a lot of other products, this
may have ripple on effects for other products.
On Sun, Oct 28, 2012 at 2:10 AM, Wilhelmina Randtke <[log in to unmask]>wrote:
> OCR will store text on a separate layer, so if you flatten layers run OCR
> later. Also, in Acrobat Pro 9, if you do OCR as a batch processing
> function, then your staff time is nothing.