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Old Yesterday, 11:37   #861  |  Link
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If the character is not recognized, it's possible to expand. If it's detected wrong, afterwards, still in the OCR dialog you can right click on the line with the issue and choose to inspect the matches. Then right click on the incorrect match and you get an option to select a better multi match. It's something I reported as an issue a long time ago so I just happen to know where it is. It's not easy to come by by accident, the same with all those special characters that you can add using the right click in the OCR dialog where it asks which character the image represents. I've used the software for years and found this one out last week
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If the character is not recognized, it's possible to expand.
How?

Manually changing the OCR recognition is something I already know.

Expanding the bitmap is new to me.
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How?

Manually changing the OCR recognition is something I already know.

Expanding the bitmap is new to me.
There should be the button to expand selection if the process runs into a character it does not recognize. Off the top of my head, it's in the top area of the window. Using it is so automatic to me that I don't recall the exact place.
EDIT: the problem remains if the first part of % (a dot) is recognized, expansion only works forwards and not backwards. In these cases, I abort the OCR and check the matching for that line manually concerning the incorrect detection and restart the process from there.
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There should be the button to expand selection if the process runs into a character it does not recognize.
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It's not in that main dialog. It appears when you start the OCR process, in the bitmap/character matching phase if there is no match.
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It's not in that main dialog. It appears when you start the OCR process, in the bitmap/character matching phase if there is no match.
Yep, you are right.
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And if you already haven't: set/download and set the correct dictionary and enable Fix OCR errors to make your life a bit easier.
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And if you already haven't: set/download and set the correct dictionary and enable Fix OCR errors to make your life a bit easier.
I tried to use it but it doesn't work really well for italian.
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I tried to use it but it doesn't work really well for italian.
There's two dictionaries, are the equally bad? You can of course modify the dictionaries if there are clear errors. In my opinion, they are the key to getting the whole process fast and accurate but it takes a lot of time in the beginning.
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Ok, I reset Latin.db and started to create a better OCR database, using italic and so.

I think the fact to have to reopen the same IFO for different subs different times is really annoying.

Am I doing something wrong?
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