about GT Text
In this video you can see how with the help of GT Text we can extract text from a picture that we have made to an explanatory label that was placed under a statue in the British Museum.
GT Text is very easy to use, simply by clicking the tool “Selection and Copyâ€ť frame area of the image that we want and then automatically GT Text will analyze and will show us a window with the text proposed.
As you can see in the video tutorial, simply clicking on the Continue button, the program proceeds to copy text to the clipboard.
From here we only need to open our word processor and paste the clipboard contents into a document, edit or format at our convenience, or use it for any other purpose than we need.Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â (Go to the latest version).
Tutorial on how to install and use GT Text to copy video and screen text
This video tutorial shows how GT Text is able to extract text from any relevant portion of a photograph or image.
Just using the selection and copy tool, select the area of the barrel where is the text that we want to extract and GT Text automatically interprets and proposes a text, in this case it seems appropriate then we accept it by clicking the button “Continue” to paste it to the clipboard.
After this simple process, we will only open our word processor, paste the text that GT Text has left our clipboard and edit or change the format at our convenience.
That’s how fast and easy itâ€™s to work with GT Text.
Video reviewÂ about GT Text, hosted by Veronica Belmont in Tekzilla
More details of GT Text by Veronica Belmont.
In this video tutorial can be seen as GT Text extracts text from a newspaper