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Lios

Lios

linux-intelligent-ocr-solution (Lios) is a free and open source software for converting print into text using either a scanner or a camera. It can also produce text from other sources such as PDFs, images, or folders containing images.

The software offers accessibility for visually impaired.

 Lios 1.9.3

Price
Free to download

Size
56.2MB
License

GNU GPL v3

Developer
LIOS Development Team

Website
sf.net/projects/lios

System Requirements
python-speechd
python-gnomedesktop
python-gnome2

Support:
SourceForge Project Page

Selected Reviews:

Features include:

  • Single scan & Repeated Scanning
  • Ocr Folder
  • Ocr PDF
  • Ocr image only
  • Cam-Scan and Cam-Reader
  • Scan-for-image-only & repeatedly
  • Full graphical user interface environment
  • Selection of starting page number, page numbering mode and number of pages to scan
  • Selection of scan area, brightness, resolution and time between repeated scanning
  • Full auto rotation
  • Brightness optimizer
  • Audio converter
  • Skew correction
  • Text highlighting
  • Find and Replace
  • Supports 5 OCR engines (Tesseract, Cuneiform, GOCR, OCRAD and OCRopus)
  • Good text manipulation with Find, Go-To-Page, Go-To-Line, Append file, Punch File
  • Display preferences for Low vision
  • Dictionary support for English (Artha)
  • Beta version of spellchecker
  • Provision for submitting issues
  • Supports 24 Languages

Lios in action

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