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Alan Harris, Head of ICT talking about his teaching and experience with OCR Nationals in ICT. Find out more at *******www.ocrnationals****
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Ruth Martin discussing Land Rovers involvement in OCR GCSE Product Design and the TrackNAV challenge.
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Pupils from Crown Hills Community College discussing their experiences of OCR GCSE Product Design. Find out more at *******www.GCSEchanges****
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Ros Hill and Jake Hallett, from Crown Hills Community College discussing their views on OCR GCSE Product Design. Find out more at *******www.GCSEchanges****
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Damian Cowell, Director of Learning, ICT and Business talking about teaching OCR Nationals in ICT. Find out more at *******www.ocrnationals****
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Carole Curley, Head of ICT discussing her experience teaching OCR Nationals in ICT. Find out more at *******www.ocrnationals****
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Alan Harris, Head of ICT sharing his thoughts about OCR Nationals in ICT for his students. Find out more at *******www.ocrnationals****
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Mark Wilkinson, ICT Teacher talking about OCR Nationals in ICT. Find out more at *******www.ocrnationals****
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Mentally solve quadratic equations and inequality. Get A grade easily in AS level Maths exam. OCR edexcel maths past paper solution. Core c1 c2 c3 c4 m1 s1 units . Lower sixth form maths help and A-level Maths revision
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David Oakley, Head of Art discussing his experience of OCRs Art Qualification. Find out more at *******www.GCSEchanges****
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Business confidence Net 20% negative About themselves Second worst ever Net 41.2% negative About overall outlook February 26, 2009 Panel 2 Closely watched by RBNZ Factor ahead of OCR March 12 decision due Possible 1% cut to 2.5% Variable headed for 5% Fixed mortgages under 6% February 26, 2009
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OCR Terminal is an online OCR service that allows you to convert scanned images to searchable text. You can convert PDF to Word online, JPEG to Word and many other image formats (PNG, TIFF, GIF) to editable document formats such as TXT, RTF and PDF. See how it works. Site: www.ocrterminal**** Transcript of this video: "OCR Terminal" is an online OCR service, which allows you to convert scanned images or PDF files into editable, searchable documents. Printed text in your image is carefully and automatically converted into text, while formatting, page layout and unreadable text remain in your image. Converting an image file is easy all it involves is two steps: Upload and process. To begin, click on "Create New User". The process is extremely simple and we will have u set up in minutes. You can now enter our website using your username and password. All users get 20free pages monthly and you can check how many you have left here. I am going to select a tiff image and then click here to begin uploading to our servers. Once your file has finished uploading, make sure you've uploaded the correct file. You can look at different pages of a multi-paged document or zoom in on the image. The document I uploaded contains printed text, embedded images and some tabular data. Click on the "Yes" button to start the OCR process. Your document is now ready for download in a variety for formats. Im going to have it downloaded as a word document first. The printed text is accurately recognized and you can begin to edit the text immediately. Notice that the format, two-column page layout, figures, tables and font have been preserved. It is also possible to download the results as a pdf document. The PDF document incorporates the actual image itself, but now also includes searchable text and you can search through the large PDFs for exactly the word or phrase you're looking for with a simple Ctrl-F. Remember you do have the document file format option of text or .rtf too. So there, now that youve seen it, how does one get started? You can check out the faq page for answers to the other questions that you might still have about the site. Or you can try it out today, with twenty free pages every month. OCR Terminal provides you with the power of a professional OCR engine right in your browser. So try it right now by clicking on this link in this video to create an account at [*******www.ocrterminal****/].
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Off-line OCR converts image formats to text formats (like PDF, TIFF or JPEG to Word or TXT). On-line OCR recognizes dynamic motion during handwriting - for instance, handwriting recognition using a stylus on touchscreen surfaces. Brought to you by the online OCR service - OCR Terminal Transcript: OCR can be either online or offline. Online OCR refers to the automatic conversion of text as it is written. Offline OCR, on the other hand, is the static representation of handwriting as with recognizing a scanned image/pdf. Lacking the sensor to picks up the pen-tip movements, it cannot say recognize if this line was drawn bottom up or not. An offline OCR service will have no input regarding the order of strokes or characters. Having said that, imagine the work behind recognizing this piece of text - "Ill see you at 1130pm in the LION HALL 8." Did you notice this? "Ili1L" "0 O" "3 8" The regularity and clarity of your writing style will greatly affect the recognition of characters "m rn w". Even an online OCR service will have problems recognizing a text thats too small or cursive handwriting. The advantage of an offline OCR service is that you may OCR your documents any time and even years after it has been written. We do have a number of users digitizing their old documents to reduce storage space and also, make them searchable. Try it for yourself. Upload, process and download your results with a trial account at [*******www.ocrterminal****/]
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Optical character recognition or OCR works by analyzing your image and identifying characters as accurately as possible. The video gives a short overview of some Imaging techniques employed by popular OCR software. Brought to you by the online OCR service - OCR Terminal. Transcript: Optical Character recognition or OCR as it is popularly known, is the process of extracting text from images of documents. These images could have been produced by scanners, digital cameras or even mobile phones and they might contain text based information which you might have to edit. Instead of having to retype all the text, you could use OCR to make things a little easier. Let me give you an example - I just scanned a document and it looks like this. You can save it as a .tiff, .png or .jpeg file. Before your document is OCR-ed, some preprocessing actions are performed to deal with issues typically associated with scanned images. -Such skewed images typically result from a sheet-fed scanner as opposed to a flatbed scanner. These slighted rotated images will be corrected. -You might have encountered those lines across your scanned documents that created small breaks, gaps and holes? These will be eliminated during the imaging process. -There will also be an automatic detection of page orientation. Other operations such imaging techniques such as "despeckling, noise removal and deinterlacing" are performed so that the OCR engine gets the cleanest possible image. Next, area where written/printed text is found on your document is marked out and segmented into isolated characters. Next, the OCR engine takes over and identifies them. Modern OCR engines will not only deliver editable and searchable text but also preserve the page formatting such as the different font, colour, columns, figures, tabular data, headers and footers. At OCR Terminal, we make things really easy -- just upload the image, click yes and your image is converted to your preferred format of .doc, .pdf, .rtf, .txt. Sign up for a trial account at [[*******www.ocrterminal****/]].
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OCR or Optical Character Recognition is the process of identifying characters from images of printed/handwritten text and converting them to a machine editable format. (For instance, with OCR you can convert JPEG to Word). By the online OCR service - OCR Terminal. Transcript: Optical Character Recognition or OCR is the process of extracting text, in reality characters, from images. Let me give you an example. This is a scanned jpeg image from some document. Traditional scanners scan your documents into image and nothing more. Thats similar to taking a photo of your documents using your camera. And as you can see, these images are neither searchable nor editable. OCR technology converts these scanned images and pdf files making that editable in searchable in a variety of formats word, text, rtf. This is indeed useful if you have many scanned images/pdf files to scan through. Modern OCR engines not only recognize characters, but also preserve font-sizes, column layouting, tabular data, headers, footers, figures and etc. OCR Terminal is an online service that uses OCR and converts scanned images into editable, searchable text. Visit [*******www.ocrterminal****/] for a free trial account.
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