Supported file formats

Template sources

Aspose.OMR for .NET supports a specialized markup language for designing OMR forms. Form layout can be provided in one of the following formats:

Format Details
JSON A popular open standard file format for describing nested data structures.
text Lightweight text markup specifically tailored for Aspose.OMR forms.
Object Describe the OMR form directly in the application code.

Printable forms

Once the template source code is ready, you can generate a printable document from it. Aspose.OMR for .NET intellectually selects the file format based on the provided extension:

Extension Details
.PDF Portable Document Format, the de facto industry standard for printed documents.
.JPG JPEG, a widely used format for digital images. Small file size, but image quality may be slightly reduced due to lossy compression.
.PNG Portable Network Graphics, an open, extensible image format with lossless compression.
.TIFF or .TIF Tag Image File Format, abbreviated as TIFF or TIF. The most popular high-quality graphics format among artists, photographers and the publishing industry.
.GIF Small-sized image files that are limited to 256 colors. Best suited for websites and slow networks.
.BMP Bitmap image file. Supported by almost any device, but the file size can be very large.

Filled forms

Aspose.OMR for .NET can recognize any file you get from a scanner or camera:

Extension Details
.PDF Portable Document Format (including multi-page documents).
.JPG JPEG, the most popular format for smartphone photos.
.PNG Portable Network Graphics.
.TIFF or .TIF Single-page or multi-page TIFF image, commonly used for high quality scanning.
.GIF Graphics Interchange Format. Limited to 256 colors.
.BMP Bitmap image file.

Recognition results

Recognition results are returned in the most popular data storage formats that can be imported into any popular database or analysis system:

Format Details
JSON A popular open standard format for describing nested data structures. Best suited for NoSQL databases or web.
XML Extensible Markup Language, a universal format for most systems.
CSV A lightweight text format that uses a comma to separate values. Best suited for spreadsheet applications and simple relational database tables.