Supported OCR Languages - Engine 11 (OS X)

Overall FineReader Engine 11 supports up to 202 OCR languages

  • 185 are common and included in Runtime Professional
  • 17 are included in Add-Ons:
    • Arabic
    • 5 Asian languages (CJK) – Chinese Traditional (Taiwan), Chinese Simplified (PRC), Japanese, Korean, Hangul (Korean)
    • Thai
    • 2 Hebrew languages – Hebrew and Yiddish
    • Vietnamese
    • 6 old languages (FineReader XIX)

Details can be found below.

With dictionaries

52 in total

  • 40 common (default) languages including
  • 12 additional languages including
    • Arabic
    • Japanese
    • Hebrew
    • Korean
    • Korean Hangul
    • Thai
    • Vietnamese
  • Historical Fonts / Fraktur / Gothic / XIX
    • Old English
    • Old French
    • Old German
    • Old Italian
    • Old Spanish

Without dictionaries:

150 in total

  • 145 common (default) languages including
    • 4 artificial languages
      • Esperanto
      • Ido
      • Interlingua
      • Occidental
    • 2 special languages (included by default if corresponding text type is chosen)
      • CMC7
      • E13B
    • 6 additional languages
      • Chinese Simplified (PRC)
      • Chinese Traditional (Taiwan)
      • Korean
      • Hangul (under Korean Add-On)
      • Yiddish (under Hebrew Add-On)
      • Latvian Gothic (under FineReader XIX Add-On)
      • Old Slavonic (under FineReader XIX Add-On)
    • 6 programming languages
      • Chemistry
      • Digits

Supported Business Card Reading Languages - Engine 11

Version 11 supports 27 languages for Business Card recognition, including

  • 4 Asian languages (CJK) - Chinese Traditional (Taiwan), Chinese Simplified (PRC), Japanese, Korean

Details can be found in the FineReader Engine 11 documentation.

Supported ICR Languages - Engine 11 (Linux)

Supported Alphabets - Engine 11

  • Latin
  • Cyrillic
  • Armenian
  • Greek
  • Chinese (Simplified and Traditional)
  • Japanese,
  • Korean
  • Thai
  • Vietnamese
  • Hebrew
  • Arabic
  • FineReader XIX
    an OCR module designed specifically for digitizing and archiving old documents, books and newspapers published in the XVII-XX centuries.It supports recognition of old fonts such as Fraktur, Schwabacher and the majority of Gothic fonts.
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