If you have a folder full of images that has some text which needs to be extracted into a separate folder with the corresponding image file name or in a single file, then this is the perfect code you are looking for.
This article not only gives you the basis of OCR (Optical Character Recognition) but also helps you to create
output.txt file for every image inside the main folder and save it in some predetermined direction.
Libraries Needed –
pip3 install pillow pip3 install os-sys
You will also need the tesseract-oct and pytesseract library. The
tesseract-ocr can be downloaded and installed from here and the
pytesseract can be installed using
pip3 install pytesseract
Input Image :
If you want to store all the text from the images in a single output file then the code will be a little different. The main difference is that the mode of the file in which we will be writing will change to “+a” to append the text and create the
output.txt file if it is not present already.
Input Image :
It gave an output of the single file created after extracting all the information from the image inside the folder. The format of the file goes like this –
Name of the image Content of the image Name of the next image and so on .....
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