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Delphi and OCR

Hi everyone, I'm looking for a way to read a JPG or BMP file to actually get the text that is on the image file.   This has to be integrated in my delphi program.

I know there's some OCR out there but can someone point me in the direction of one that is easy to use and low in cost (or free if such a thing is possible).    I have tried MODI which comes from office, this is nice but my client don't want office.
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Mike_CarrollCommented:
Here's one and it's not too expensive http://www.delphi32.com/vcl/5481/

...and here are some others http://www.torry.net/pages.php?id=1547


You may also find some leads at the Delphi Super Page at http://delphi.icm.edu.pl/

I am not aware of any free OCR components
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Buropro-CitationAuthor Commented:
Have you used the MCM software at the first link you have mentioned, there's a sample program which allows to load an image but from there I can't see a single option that would enable me to read it.

TOCR seems to be a good choice but don't work on the type of card I want to read since there a little background.
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Buropro-CitationAuthor Commented:
I just received confirmation that MCM software can't read color image, it seems to be the case with xpidea and simpleocr, it seems that OCR of a colored driver's licence is harder than it looks.  

Unless someone points me toward a sdk that help me do that, I'll probably go and buy a card reader with integrated OCR since all my researchs so far have come to no solution.   It's a very costly solution but it seems to be the best one.
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