The process typically involves uploading the JPG image file to the tool's interface, selecting the language used in the image, and initiating the conversion process. The tool then scans the image and uses OCR algorithms to recognize the text in the image and convert it into plain text format. The resulting text can then be edited, copied, pasted, or saved as a TXT file.
JPG to TXT tools can be useful for converting scanned documents, images with text, or screenshots into text that can be searched, indexed, or edited. They are commonly used in data entry, document management, and content creation tasks. Some examples of JPG to TXT tools include online services such as OnlineOCR, FreeOCR, and ABBYY FineReader, as well as software applications such as Adobe Acrobat and Readiris.