OCRmyPDF is open source software OCRmyPDF can be downloaded from a Or you can build your own OCR PDF with the OCR toolkit and use it on your computer. OCRmyPDF is distributed under the MIT license for OCR. OCRmyPDF is released under the GPL license for other OCR software (such as OCRmyPDF). To use OCRmyPDF in a real-life environment, you need the OCR software. OCRmyPDF has a number of features that are helpful not only for OCR but for other types of PDF editing as well. The OCRmyPDF can be used to convert images onto PDF or to convert scanned images of documents into searchable PDFs. Many features of OCRmyPDF are related to OCR capabilities and PDF features that can be very helpful to document creators in their process of digitizing, transcribing, and editing. OCRmyPDF can also be used to read documents from scanners. OCRmyPDF was inspired by the OCR tools that are used for scanning documents through a device such as an SLR camera. OCRmyPDF will not work for scanned pages on an e-reader. Instead, OCRmyPDF can read PDFs on a computer, but it is best used for converting PDFs to images or scanning files. OcrmyPDF, is open source software The source code for OCRmyPDF is released under the MIT License for OCR. The OCRmyPDF is also available for Linux (Ubuntu). This is the source code for OCRmyPDF on GitHub.