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PHP, 294 Bytes

<?$l=" 00000YE00G0000R000A0Q0000C0BW000K00000000000LT00000J00000000MU0000Z0000DI000000V0000000P00H0000ONF000S00X";preg_match_all("#(.{5})\s#s","$_GET[0] ",$t);for($i=0;$i<$c=count($a=$t[1])/5;$i++)$s.=$l[bindec(strtr($a[$i].$a[$i+$c].$a[$i+2*$c].$a[$i+3*$c].$a[$i+4*$c]," #","01"))%106];echo$s;

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Expanded

$l=" 00000YE00G0000R000A0Q0000C0BW000K00000000000LT00000J00000000MU0000Z0000DI000000V0000000P00H0000ONF000S00X"; # search string mod 106
preg_match_all("#(.{5})\s#s","$_GET[0] ",$t); # Regex take each group of five chars followed by a whitespace
for($i=0;$i<$c=count($a=$t[1])/5;$i++)
  $s.=$l[bindec(strtr($a[$i].$a[$i+$c].$a[$i+2*$c].$a[$i+3*$c].$a[$i+4*$c]," #","01"))%106]; # join each groups make a binaray make a decimal mod 106  
echo$s; # Output

Converting the Input to an image format

@Stevie Griffin@Stevie Griffin search a solution to get this from an image. I think he want not really the image format I have use.

echo'<svg xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg" width="100%"><switch><foreignObject x="0" y="0" width="100%" height="300"><body xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"><pre>'.$_GET[0].'</pre></body></foreignObject></switch></svg>';

SVG can contains HTML parts if then included in a foreignObject. So I put a pre Element in a SVG.

Image Output

<svg xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg" width="100%"><switch><foreignObject x="0" y="0" width="100%" height="300"><body xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"><pre>#   # ##### #     #      ###        #   #  ###  ####  #     #### 
#   # #     #     #     #   #       #   # #   # #   # #     #   #
##### ####  #     #     #   #       # # # #   # ####  #     #   #
#   # #     #     #     #   #       ## ## #   # #   # #     #   #
#   # ##### ##### #####  ###        #   #  ###  #   # ##### #### </pre></body></foreignObject></switch></svg>

Solving from Image Changes

SVG is machine readable so after saving the SVG as "i.svg" you need only replace $_GET[0] with preg_replace("#(^.*e>)(.*)(</p.*$)#s","$2",join(file("i.svg"))) in the way with normal input + 55 Bytes

PHP, 294 Bytes

<?$l=" 00000YE00G0000R000A0Q0000C0BW000K00000000000LT00000J00000000MU0000Z0000DI000000V0000000P00H0000ONF000S00X";preg_match_all("#(.{5})\s#s","$_GET[0] ",$t);for($i=0;$i<$c=count($a=$t[1])/5;$i++)$s.=$l[bindec(strtr($a[$i].$a[$i+$c].$a[$i+2*$c].$a[$i+3*$c].$a[$i+4*$c]," #","01"))%106];echo$s;

Try it online!

Expanded

$l=" 00000YE00G0000R000A0Q0000C0BW000K00000000000LT00000J00000000MU0000Z0000DI000000V0000000P00H0000ONF000S00X"; # search string mod 106
preg_match_all("#(.{5})\s#s","$_GET[0] ",$t); # Regex take each group of five chars followed by a whitespace
for($i=0;$i<$c=count($a=$t[1])/5;$i++)
  $s.=$l[bindec(strtr($a[$i].$a[$i+$c].$a[$i+2*$c].$a[$i+3*$c].$a[$i+4*$c]," #","01"))%106]; # join each groups make a binaray make a decimal mod 106  
echo$s; # Output

Converting the Input to an image format

@Stevie Griffin search a solution to get this from an image. I think he want not really the image format I have use.

echo'<svg xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg" width="100%"><switch><foreignObject x="0" y="0" width="100%" height="300"><body xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"><pre>'.$_GET[0].'</pre></body></foreignObject></switch></svg>';

SVG can contains HTML parts if then included in a foreignObject. So I put a pre Element in a SVG.

Image Output

<svg xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg" width="100%"><switch><foreignObject x="0" y="0" width="100%" height="300"><body xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"><pre>#   # ##### #     #      ###        #   #  ###  ####  #     #### 
#   # #     #     #     #   #       #   # #   # #   # #     #   #
##### ####  #     #     #   #       # # # #   # ####  #     #   #
#   # #     #     #     #   #       ## ## #   # #   # #     #   #
#   # ##### ##### #####  ###        #   #  ###  #   # ##### #### </pre></body></foreignObject></switch></svg>

Solving from Image Changes

SVG is machine readable so after saving the SVG as "i.svg" you need only replace $_GET[0] with preg_replace("#(^.*e>)(.*)(</p.*$)#s","$2",join(file("i.svg"))) in the way with normal input + 55 Bytes

PHP, 294 Bytes

<?$l=" 00000YE00G0000R000A0Q0000C0BW000K00000000000LT00000J00000000MU0000Z0000DI000000V0000000P00H0000ONF000S00X";preg_match_all("#(.{5})\s#s","$_GET[0] ",$t);for($i=0;$i<$c=count($a=$t[1])/5;$i++)$s.=$l[bindec(strtr($a[$i].$a[$i+$c].$a[$i+2*$c].$a[$i+3*$c].$a[$i+4*$c]," #","01"))%106];echo$s;

Try it online!

Expanded

$l=" 00000YE00G0000R000A0Q0000C0BW000K00000000000LT00000J00000000MU0000Z0000DI000000V0000000P00H0000ONF000S00X"; # search string mod 106
preg_match_all("#(.{5})\s#s","$_GET[0] ",$t); # Regex take each group of five chars followed by a whitespace
for($i=0;$i<$c=count($a=$t[1])/5;$i++)
  $s.=$l[bindec(strtr($a[$i].$a[$i+$c].$a[$i+2*$c].$a[$i+3*$c].$a[$i+4*$c]," #","01"))%106]; # join each groups make a binaray make a decimal mod 106  
echo$s; # Output

Converting the Input to an image format

@Stevie Griffin search a solution to get this from an image. I think he want not really the image format I have use.

echo'<svg xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg" width="100%"><switch><foreignObject x="0" y="0" width="100%" height="300"><body xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"><pre>'.$_GET[0].'</pre></body></foreignObject></switch></svg>';

SVG can contains HTML parts if then included in a foreignObject. So I put a pre Element in a SVG.

Image Output

<svg xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg" width="100%"><switch><foreignObject x="0" y="0" width="100%" height="300"><body xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"><pre>#   # ##### #     #      ###        #   #  ###  ####  #     #### 
#   # #     #     #     #   #       #   # #   # #   # #     #   #
##### ####  #     #     #   #       # # # #   # ####  #     #   #
#   # #     #     #     #   #       ## ## #   # #   # #     #   #
#   # ##### ##### #####  ###        #   #  ###  #   # ##### #### </pre></body></foreignObject></switch></svg>

Solving from Image Changes

SVG is machine readable so after saving the SVG as "i.svg" you need only replace $_GET[0] with preg_replace("#(^.*e>)(.*)(</p.*$)#s","$2",join(file("i.svg"))) in the way with normal input + 55 Bytes

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PHP, 294 Bytes

<?$l=" 00000YE00G0000R000A0Q0000C0BW000K00000000000LT00000J00000000MU0000Z0000DI000000V0000000P00H0000ONF000S00X";preg_match_all("#(.{5})\s#s","$_GET[0] ",$t);for($i=0;$i<$c=count($a=$t[1])/5;$i++)$s.=$l[bindec(strtr($a[$i].$a[$i+$c].$a[$i+2*$c].$a[$i+3*$c].$a[$i+4*$c]," #","01"))%106];echo$s;

Try it online!

Expanded

$l=" 00000YE00G0000R000A0Q0000C0BW000K00000000000LT00000J00000000MU0000Z0000DI000000V0000000P00H0000ONF000S00X"; # search string mod 106
preg_match_all("#(.{5})\s#s","$_GET[0] ",$t); # Regex take each group of five chars followed by a whitespace
for($i=0;$i<$c=count($a=$t[1])/5;$i++)
  $s.=$l[bindec(strtr($a[$i].$a[$i+$c].$a[$i+2*$c].$a[$i+3*$c].$a[$i+4*$c]," #","01"))%106]; # join each groups make a binaray make a decimal mod 106  
echo$s; # Output

Converting the Input to an image format

@Stevie Griffin search a solution to get this from an image. I think he want not really the image format I have use.

echo'<svg xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg" width="100%"><switch><foreignObject x="0" y="0" width="100%" height="300"><body xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"><pre>'.$_GET[0].'</pre></body></foreignObject></switch></svg>';

SVG can contains HTML parts if then included in a foreignObject. So I put a pre Element in a SVG.

Image Output

<svg xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg" width="100%"><switch><foreignObject x="0" y="0" width="100%" height="300"><body xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"><pre>#   # ##### #     #      ###        #   #  ###  ####  #     #### 
#   # #     #     #     #   #       #   # #   # #   # #     #   #
##### ####  #     #     #   #       # # # #   # ####  #     #   #
#   # #     #     #     #   #       ## ## #   # #   # #     #   #
#   # ##### ##### #####  ###        #   #  ###  #   # ##### #### </pre></body></foreignObject></switch></svg>

Solving from Image Changes

SVG is machine readable so after saving the SVG as "i.svg" you need only replace $_GET[0] with preg_replace("#(^.*e>)(.*)(</p.*$)#s","$2",join(file("i.svg"))) in the way with normal input + 55 Bytes

PHP, 294 Bytes

<?$l=" 00000YE00G0000R000A0Q0000C0BW000K00000000000LT00000J00000000MU0000Z0000DI000000V0000000P00H0000ONF000S00X";preg_match_all("#(.{5})\s#s","$_GET[0] ",$t);for($i=0;$i<$c=count($a=$t[1])/5;$i++)$s.=$l[bindec(strtr($a[$i].$a[$i+$c].$a[$i+2*$c].$a[$i+3*$c].$a[$i+4*$c]," #","01"))%106];echo$s;

Try it online!

Expanded

$l=" 00000YE00G0000R000A0Q0000C0BW000K00000000000LT00000J00000000MU0000Z0000DI000000V0000000P00H0000ONF000S00X"; # search string mod 106
preg_match_all("#(.{5})\s#s","$_GET[0] ",$t); # Regex take each group of five chars followed by a whitespace
for($i=0;$i<$c=count($a=$t[1])/5;$i++)
  $s.=$l[bindec(strtr($a[$i].$a[$i+$c].$a[$i+2*$c].$a[$i+3*$c].$a[$i+4*$c]," #","01"))%106]; # join each groups make a binaray make a decimal mod 106  
echo$s; # Output

PHP, 294 Bytes

<?$l=" 00000YE00G0000R000A0Q0000C0BW000K00000000000LT00000J00000000MU0000Z0000DI000000V0000000P00H0000ONF000S00X";preg_match_all("#(.{5})\s#s","$_GET[0] ",$t);for($i=0;$i<$c=count($a=$t[1])/5;$i++)$s.=$l[bindec(strtr($a[$i].$a[$i+$c].$a[$i+2*$c].$a[$i+3*$c].$a[$i+4*$c]," #","01"))%106];echo$s;

Try it online!

Expanded

$l=" 00000YE00G0000R000A0Q0000C0BW000K00000000000LT00000J00000000MU0000Z0000DI000000V0000000P00H0000ONF000S00X"; # search string mod 106
preg_match_all("#(.{5})\s#s","$_GET[0] ",$t); # Regex take each group of five chars followed by a whitespace
for($i=0;$i<$c=count($a=$t[1])/5;$i++)
  $s.=$l[bindec(strtr($a[$i].$a[$i+$c].$a[$i+2*$c].$a[$i+3*$c].$a[$i+4*$c]," #","01"))%106]; # join each groups make a binaray make a decimal mod 106  
echo$s; # Output

Converting the Input to an image format

@Stevie Griffin search a solution to get this from an image. I think he want not really the image format I have use.

echo'<svg xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg" width="100%"><switch><foreignObject x="0" y="0" width="100%" height="300"><body xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"><pre>'.$_GET[0].'</pre></body></foreignObject></switch></svg>';

SVG can contains HTML parts if then included in a foreignObject. So I put a pre Element in a SVG.

Image Output

<svg xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg" width="100%"><switch><foreignObject x="0" y="0" width="100%" height="300"><body xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"><pre>#   # ##### #     #      ###        #   #  ###  ####  #     #### 
#   # #     #     #     #   #       #   # #   # #   # #     #   #
##### ####  #     #     #   #       # # # #   # ####  #     #   #
#   # #     #     #     #   #       ## ## #   # #   # #     #   #
#   # ##### ##### #####  ###        #   #  ###  #   # ##### #### </pre></body></foreignObject></switch></svg>

Solving from Image Changes

SVG is machine readable so after saving the SVG as "i.svg" you need only replace $_GET[0] with preg_replace("#(^.*e>)(.*)(</p.*$)#s","$2",join(file("i.svg"))) in the way with normal input + 55 Bytes

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PHP, 290294 Bytes

<?$l=" 00000YE00G0000R000A0Q0000C0BW000K00000000000LT00000J00000000MU0000Z0000DI000000V0000000P00H0000ONF000S00X";preg_match_all("#(.{5})\s#s","$_GET[0] ",$t);for(;$i<$c=count$i=0;$i<$c=count($a=$t[1])/5;$i++)$s.=$l[bindec(strtr($a[$i].$a[$i+$c].$a[$i+2*$c].$a[$i+3*$c].$a[$i+4*$c]," #","01"))%106];echo$s;

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Expanded

$l=" 00000YE00G0000R000A0Q0000C0BW000K00000000000LT00000J00000000MU0000Z0000DI000000V0000000P00H0000ONF000S00X"; # search string mod 106
preg_match_all("#(.{5})\s#s","$_GET[0] ",$t); # Regex take each group of five chars followed by a whitespace
for(;$i<$c=count$i=0;$i<$c=count($a=$t[1])/5;$i++)
  $s.=$l[bindec(strtr($a[$i].$a[$i+$c].$a[$i+2*$c].$a[$i+3*$c].$a[$i+4*$c]," #","01"))%106]; # join each groups make a binaray make a decimal mod 106  
echo$s; # Output

PHP, 290 Bytes

<?$l=" 00000YE00G0000R000A0Q0000C0BW000K00000000000LT00000J00000000MU0000Z0000DI000000V0000000P00H0000ONF000S00X";preg_match_all("#(.{5})\s#s","$_GET[0] ",$t);for(;$i<$c=count($a=$t[1])/5;$i++)$s.=$l[bindec(strtr($a[$i].$a[$i+$c].$a[$i+2*$c].$a[$i+3*$c].$a[$i+4*$c]," #","01"))%106];echo$s;

Try it online!

Expanded

$l=" 00000YE00G0000R000A0Q0000C0BW000K00000000000LT00000J00000000MU0000Z0000DI000000V0000000P00H0000ONF000S00X"; # search string mod 106
preg_match_all("#(.{5})\s#s","$_GET[0] ",$t); # Regex take each group of five chars followed by a whitespace
for(;$i<$c=count($a=$t[1])/5;$i++)
  $s.=$l[bindec(strtr($a[$i].$a[$i+$c].$a[$i+2*$c].$a[$i+3*$c].$a[$i+4*$c]," #","01"))%106]; # join each groups make a binaray make a decimal mod 106  
echo$s; # Output

PHP, 294 Bytes

<?$l=" 00000YE00G0000R000A0Q0000C0BW000K00000000000LT00000J00000000MU0000Z0000DI000000V0000000P00H0000ONF000S00X";preg_match_all("#(.{5})\s#s","$_GET[0] ",$t);for($i=0;$i<$c=count($a=$t[1])/5;$i++)$s.=$l[bindec(strtr($a[$i].$a[$i+$c].$a[$i+2*$c].$a[$i+3*$c].$a[$i+4*$c]," #","01"))%106];echo$s;

Try it online!

Expanded

$l=" 00000YE00G0000R000A0Q0000C0BW000K00000000000LT00000J00000000MU0000Z0000DI000000V0000000P00H0000ONF000S00X"; # search string mod 106
preg_match_all("#(.{5})\s#s","$_GET[0] ",$t); # Regex take each group of five chars followed by a whitespace
for($i=0;$i<$c=count($a=$t[1])/5;$i++)
  $s.=$l[bindec(strtr($a[$i].$a[$i+$c].$a[$i+2*$c].$a[$i+3*$c].$a[$i+4*$c]," #","01"))%106]; # join each groups make a binaray make a decimal mod 106  
echo$s; # Output
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