Presently, I using the abbyfine reader for text extraction. Is there a way to export the images from abbyfine reader software? Please advise.

  • I have answered to you under the assumption that you want to extract the images from epub files, but I'm not sure if I have interpreted it correctly. Could you please edit your question to make it a little clearer?
    – Sekhemty
    May 16, 2017 at 18:17

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Yes you can export images in Abby Finereader when you convert PDF to HTML.

First abby will automatically determine images if not zone the image area manually.

Second in options menu (Top right) select save -> HTML -> select Keep Pictures, so when you save as html you will get all the images in one folder.


If I have understood correctly, you are trying to extract images from an .epub file.

If it is the case, it is very simple and you don't need any particular software to do so. Ebooks in .epub format are basically just renamed .zip files, so you can extract or open them with whichever is your compressed file manager; the pictures are usually kept in the root folder or in the OEBPS or OEBPS/images folders.

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