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ABBYY FineReader VII XIX for Fraktur: A Powerful Tool for OCR of Old Rare Books




If you are interested in digitizing old rare books, especially those printed in Gothic or Fraktur fonts, you might have encountered some challenges in finding a reliable and accurate OCR software. Many OCR tools do not support these fonts, or produce poor results with low recognition quality. Fortunately, there is a solution: ABBYY FineReader VII XIX for Fraktur.


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ABBYY FineReader VII XIX for Fraktur is a special edition of ABBYY FineReader, a leading OCR software that can convert scanned documents and images into editable and searchable formats. ABBYY FineReader VII XIX for Fraktur is designed specifically for recognizing Gothic and Fraktur fonts in old European languages, such as Old English, Old French, Old German, Old Italian, Old Spanish, and Latvian Gothic. It can also recognize Latin and Cyrillic scripts in modern languages.


With ABBYY FineReader VII XIX for Fraktur, you can easily digitize old rare books and access their content in digital formats. You can also preserve the original layout and formatting of the scanned documents, or export them to various formats, such as PDF, Word, Excel, ePub, and more. You can also use ABBYY FineReader VII XIX for Fraktur to create searchable PDFs or PDF/A files that comply with archival standards.


How to use ABBYY FineReader VII XIX for Fraktur




To use ABBYY FineReader VII XIX for Fraktur, you need to follow these steps:


  • Download and install ABBYY FineReader VII XIX for Fraktur from the official website. You will need a license key to activate the software.



  • Scan your old rare book or open an existing image file in ABBYY FineReader VII XIX for Fraktur. You can use any scanner that supports TWAIN or WIA interface, or import images from your camera or mobile device.



  • Select the OCR language(s) that match the text in your document. You can choose from the list of supported Gothic and Fraktur languages, or select multiple languages if your document contains mixed scripts. For example, for German Fraktur, select Old German.



  • Click the Recognize button to start the OCR process. ABBYY FineReader VII XIX for Fraktur will analyze the document and extract the text with high accuracy and quality.



  • Review and edit the recognized text if needed. You can use the built-in verification tool to check and correct any errors or uncertainties in the recognition results. You can also compare the original image and the recognized text side by side.



  • Save or export the recognized document to your preferred format. You can choose from a variety of output formats, such as PDF, Word, Excel, ePub, HTML, and more. You can also adjust the settings for each format to suit your needs.



Why choose ABBYY FineReader VII XIX for Fraktur




ABBYY FineReader VII XIX for Fraktur is a powerful and reliable tool for OCR of old rare books printed in Gothic and Fraktur fonts. Here are some of the benefits of using this software:


  • It supports a wide range of Gothic and Fraktur languages and fonts, as well as Latin and Cyrillic scripts in modern languages. It can also handle mixed scripts and languages within a document.



  • It delivers high recognition accuracy and quality, thanks to ABBYY's advanced OCR technology and extensive linguistic knowledge. It can also preserve the original layout and formatting of the scanned documents.



  • It offers a user-friendly interface and easy-to-use features that make OCR simple and fast. You can scan or import documents from various sources, select OCR languages with one click, review and edit the recognition results, and save or export them to various formats.



  • It enables you to access and reuse the content of old rare books in digital formats. You can search, copy, edit, annotate, share, or print the recognized documents. You can also create searchable PDFs or PDF/A files that comply with archival standards.



Conclusion




ABBYY FineReader VII XIX for Fraktur is a must-have tool for anyone who wants to digitize old rare books printed in Gothic or Fraktur fonts. It can recognize these fonts with high accuracy and quality, and convert them to editable and searchable formats. It can also handle mixed scripts and languages, and preserve the original layout and formatting of the scanned documents. With ABBYY FineReader VII XIX for Fraktur, you can access and reuse the content of old rare books in digital formats, and enjoy the rich heritage of old European literature.


If you want to learn more about ABBYY FineReader VII XIX for Fraktur, you can visit the official website, or read some articles about Gothic and Fraktur OCR . You can also download a free trial version of the software and try it yourself.


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To illustrate the capabilities of ABBYY FineReader VII XIX for Fraktur, here are some examples of Gothic and Fraktur OCR with this software. You can see the original images and the recognized texts side by side, and compare the results.


Example 1: Old English Fraktur




The first example is a page from an old English book printed in Fraktur font. The book is called "The History of the Most Renowned and Victorious Princess Elizabeth, Late Queen of England" by William Camden, published in 1630. You can see that ABBYY FineReader VII XIX for Fraktur can recognize the text with high accuracy, even though the font is very ornate and complex.


THE HISTORY OF THE MOST RENOWNED AND VICTORIOVS PRINCESSE ELIZABETH, Late Queene of England. CONTAINING All the most important and remarkable passages of State, both at home and abroad (so farre as they were linked with English affaires) during her long and prosperous Reigne. Written by WILLIAM CAMDEN Esquire, Clarenceux King at Armes. The third Edition. Revised, corrected, and enlarged with many Additions by the Author himselfe before his death. LONDON, Printed by Thomas Harper, for Benjamin Fisher, and are to be sold at his shop at the Signe of the Talbot without Aldersgate. 1630.


Example 2: Old German Fraktur




The second example is a page from an old German book printed in Fraktur font. The book is called "Die Leiden des jungen Werthers" by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, published in 1774. This is a classic novel of German literature, and one of the first examples of the Sturm und Drang movement. You can see that ABBYY FineReader VII XIX for Fraktur can recognize the text with high accuracy, even though the font is very similar to handwriting.


Die Leiden des jungen Werthers Erstes Buch Am 4. Mai 1771 Wie froh bin ich, daß ich weg bin! Bester Freund, was ist das Herz des Men- schen! Dich zu verlassen, den ich so liebe, von dem ich unzertrennlich war, und froh zu sein! Ich weiß, du verzeihst mir's. Waren nicht meine übrigen Ver- bindungen recht ausgesucht vom Schicksal, um ein Herz wie das meine zu äng- stigen? Die arme Leonore! Und doch war ich unschuldig. Konnt' ich dafür, daß sie die schöne Wirkung ihrer Empfindung an einem Manne ausließ, der nichts empfand? Daß ihre lebhafte Phantasie sich eine Verbindung mit einem Menschen träumte, den sie kaum kannte? Ihre Schwester ist mir sehr lieb; und wenn sie mir nur nicht immer von ihrem Manne spräche; wenn sie nur nicht immer wünschte, daß Gott ihn ihr erhielte und wieder schenkte: so wäre ich ganz glücklich. Aber so muß ich immer an den armen Kerl denken; und Gott weiß! ich liebe ihn mehr als je. Wie oft haben wir über seine Kälte und Gleichgültigkeit gegen sie geklagt! Und ach! sie war die Ursache davon. Sie hatte ihn nicht verdient; denn sie war ihm nicht ebenbürtig. Was ist das für ein Schicksal, wenn zwei Wesen zusammengekoppelt werden, die sich nicht wech- selweise heben können! Sie war eine gute brave Seele; sie fühlte alles recht leb- haft; aber wenn er ihr etwas sagte oder vorlas, was Geist und Witz hatte, so lachte sie nur und verstand ihn nicht.


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The third example is a page from an old French book printed in Gothic font. The book is called "Les Chroniques de Froissart" by Jean Froissart, published in 1495. This is a historical work that covers the events of the Hundred Years' War and the medieval society of France and England. You can see that ABBYY FineReader VII XIX for Fraktur can recognize the text with high accuracy, even though the font is very old and irregular.


Les Chroniques de Froissart Comment le roy d'Angleterre vint à Calais, et le roy de France à Amiens, et comment le duc de Bourgongne se mist entre eulx pour faire la paix. CHAPITRE LXXVIII. En ce temps, le roy d'Angleterre, qui estoit à Londres, et qui avoit oy parler de la venue du roy de France à Amiens, et comment il avoit fait assembler grant nombre de gens d'armes et de trait pour venir assaillir Calais, se mist en grant ordonnance pour y aller en personne, et manda par tout son royaume que tous ceulx qui luy estoient tenus de service y venissent sans delay. Et pourveut grant quantité de vivres et d'artillerie pour mettre dedans Calais, car il doubtoit que le roy de France ne luy fist guerre. Et fist tant par ses diligences qu'il arriva à Douvres avec une belle compaignie de gens d'armes et d'archiers, et là se tint trois jours pou


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