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MICR SDK Extension for GdPicture.NET to read checks, E-13B and CMC7 Fonts.

Looking for a fast and accurate MICR SDK or check reader SDK?

GdPicture MICR is part of the GdPicture.NET OCR Plugin and allows to decode "CMC7" and "E-13B" characters from documents with outstanding speed and accuracy.

The plugin is also able to detect and decode the MICR line from any structured document such as checks by analyzing the full page layout.

MICR stands for Magnetic Ink Character Recognition and is a standard encoding technology in Banking industry used mainly for checks.

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MICR SDK Extension for GdPicture.NET to read checks, E-13B and CMC7 Fonts

MICR SDK Extension for GdPicture.NET to read checks, E-13B and CMC7 Fonts - Main features

Main features

  • Supports CMC-7 and E-13B fonts.
  • Accurate on poor quality and poorly contrasted images.
  • Recognition accuracy reaches 99.9% on 300 DPI images.
  • Multi-threaded processing speed reaches 30 checks per second on Intel Core i7 based computer.
  • Works on any bit-depth bitmap (color, grayscale and monochrome).
  • Automatically repairs altered symbols.
  • Symbols size tolerant.
  • Able to detect check codelines by full page layout analysis.
  • Automatic detection of MICR fonts (no need to set Region of Interest on the document).
  • Returns recognized characters with confidence level and an alternate set of recognized characters at next-lower level of confidence.
  • Allows choosing white-lists of symbols.
  • Allows optional setting of the expected number of symbols.
  • Low memory usage and fast decoding.
  • AnyCPU: available in 32-bit & 64-bit versions.
  • Can work in multi-thread applications.

How to use

Download and install GdPicture.NET package from here.

You will be able to find some compiled demo applications in
[Install directory]\Samples\Bin\

You will be able to find C# and VB.NET demo applications including source code in
[Install directory]\Samples\WinForm\

You will find other code snippets within the online reference guide found here

GdPicture.NET - How to use