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create PDFs from TIFFs also incorporating commercial OCR Xpress ($3999 pro dev license) - might be worth checking out
Stack Overflow questions tagged OCR
Stack Overflow: beginning OCR coding
OnlineOCR.net is a free service in a “Guest mode” (without registration) that allows you to convert 15 images per hour.
of dubious quality.
I ran a pretty clean JPG screenshot of notepad, with mono-spaced courier text through it, and was surprised at the number of errors.
OTOH, it was a JPG, and it was a free service.
Win7 has OCR (for TIFFs) built-in
Linux-only, but you could run as an OCR server, or under CygWin?
http://www.pixel-technology.com/freeware/tessnet2/ - for .NET 2.0
Adobe Acrobat Pro can do OCR in batch-processing mode
Batch OCR using Acrobat Professional - an Adobe-blog entry
Emacs.OCR - a dedicated editing mode for OCR’d texts
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