1. Check the output tif and adjust convert command if needed
2. Depending on your tesseract version you could try -l frk also.
3. Yes, you can get a pdf as output.
Search Github issues, there is a long discussion thread regarding best ways
to create a pdf output.
Look for pdf and invisible pdf.
On Wed 11 Apr, 2018, 1:03 PM Firlefanz, <firlefanze...@gmail.com> wrote:
> It works! I am so relieved. Thank you all for the help.
> Still I have a couple of questions since I've read a couple of tutorials,
> each using other commands:
> 1. Converting my Fraktur pdf files in tiff I use imagemagick. Is this the
> right command? convert -density 300 test.pdf -depth 8 -strip -background
> white -alpha off test.tiff
> 2. For tesseract then the command: tesseract test.tiff outtest -l deu_frak
> With this I get a txt version of the tiff.
> 3. Not that it matters too much (I'm over the moon that it works like
> this), can I get as an output instead of a txt the original pdf just with a
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