Post by Lilli M. Naryune on Feb 28, 2016 20:25:18 GMT -5
Mmm, if I am not mistaken, there is a free and perhaps(?) open-source program called Capture2Text, which uses two Japanese OCR methods/libraries: NHOcr and Tesseract. From my experience, it's rather good.
I am unsure which was better, and I don't really have the program anymore, I think, but you could just use you keyboard keys as shortcuts to invoke an area where it should capture the text, and a preview showed on the top left of your screen, so you could compare if what you are scanning looks the same.
It's much quicker than taking snapshots, and you can choose to copy the result in your clipboard or show it in a window, maybe along with some other method(s) I can't recall.
- Lilli M. Naryune
In the book in which the land was through the sky weathered, the times of dark candles' light, the source's vision. To haze my mind went after misfortune caused it to be opened. Eight million gates of prism - We now share this location. -Hatchken Asperiell, Flow of Phantasmagory