Below are descriptions of the new features and updates in ABBYY FineReader.
ABBYY's ADRT® technology
ABBYY FineReader uses the revolutionary new Adaptive Document Recognition Technology ADRT® 2.0, which lets users analyze and process entire documents at once, instead of page by page.
Now, with ADRT technology, users can restore the document heading hierarchy and use it to construct an index. The restoration process for components of the logical document structure, such as headers and footers, footnotes, image and table captions, etc., is now improved. When recognition results are saved in Microsoft Word, these elements are reproduced not just as text, but as the appropriate Microsoft Word objects.
Automated image pre-processing
ABBYY FineReader 10 can automatically preprocess digital images. When activated, the image preprocessing feature automatically decides what action to take depending on the input image type and applies the correction. Adjustments include removing noise from digital photos, deskewing, straightening text lines, and correcting trapezium distortions.
This type of processing considerably improves the quality of digital photos recognition.
MRC compression of PDF and PDF/A files
If data are exported to PDF and PDF/A formats, users have option to use MRC (Mixed Raster Content), an advanced compression technology. This technology produces improved file compression results with no damage to the quality of the file. MRC is the best choice for processing color documents.
ABBYY FineReader can recognize documents in 186 languages, including Russian, English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Swedish, Finnish, Bulgarian, Hungarian, Slovakian, Czech, Bashkir, Byelorussian, Kazakh, Ukrainian, Chinese, Japanese, Thai, and Hebrew.
The latest version also supports recognition of texts in Korean.
Auto-detection of document languages
ABBYY FineReader uses the latest technologies to automatically detect document languages, making the program more user-friendly and improving recognition quality.
New Quick Tasks
The expanded selection of quick tasks, including the most frequently used recognition tasks, lets you easily and quickly achieve the results you want. The input data can be provided as PDF documents, image files, digital photos, or scanned documents.
The new results-driven interface of ABBYY FineReader 10 has been enhanced, making it even more user-friendly and intuitive.
ABBYY FineReader features optimized performance on multi-core processors
ABBYY FineReader runs efficiently on multi-core processors, which are featured in more and more personal computers today. This helps significantly accelerate document processing.