Tag: Scan Documents

My scanned image is different from the original. What should I do?

When you find the color of the scanned image is very different from the color of the original document, the red is not red enough, the white is not true white. Or it seems like there are thin straight lines on the scanned image. Or the crop becomes inaccurate, and there is a black border on the scanned image. What to do??

Why You Should Set Minimum 300 dpi Scanning Resolution to Do OCR?

OCR, the abbreviation of Optical Character Recognition, is the conversion of image text into machine-encoded text, which is done by analyzing and matching through the image processing system. Scanning at 300 dpi (dots per inch) is not officially a standard for OCR, but it… Continue Reading “Why You Should Set Minimum 300 dpi Scanning Resolution to Do OCR?”

eScan can also support TWAIN!

Plustek eScan is super powerful standalone network scanner, it also supports TWAIN interface. You can use eScan with thousands of image enabled applications including Content/Document Management and Electronic Health Records systems.

What are those strange stripes on the scanned image?

It is so-called the Moiré Pattern! But do you know how those stripes appear on the scanned images?

Fast-track digital transformation with new Plustek PT2160 document scanner

Today we would like to introduce our new super powerful document scanner: PT2160. Designed for the digital transformation era, the new model is able to capture documents up to folded A3 size in a wide variety of paper weights in one batch, saving time and cost for production-level scanning in a professional environment.

Useful Scanning Tip: Color Dropout

Today we would like to introduce the “Color Dropout” function, it allows you to remove a color channel (Red, Green or Blue) while scanning.

What exactly is dpi?

We often hear dpi determining image quality, but do you know what dpi represents?

Scanner Maintenance

Scanner Maintenance includes scanner cleaning and calibration. You may complete these two steps to ensure the scanned images quality.