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The EzeScan Admin->Options form, Jobs tab includes an option called 'Generate Batch Identifiers and 2 sub options 'Prefix' and 'Incrementing Suffix'.
The batch 'Prefix' value is exposed via the <<BATCHPREFIX>> placeholder. The batch prefix is a string value (e.g. Batch_ )
The batch 'Incrementing Suffix' value is exposed via the <<BATCHSUFFIX>> placeholder. The batch suffix is a numeric value (e.g. 1 or 0000001).
The combination of the batch 'Prefix' and batch 'Incrementing Suffix' values is exposed via the <<BATCH>> placeholder. This is same value as using the <<BATCHPREFIX>><<BATCHSUFFIX>> placeholders.
The EzeScan Admin->Options form, Jobs tab includes an option called 'Generate Document Identifiers' and 1 sub option called Incrementing Value.
The document 'Incrementing Value' value is exposed via the <<UNIQUEDOCID>> placeholder. The value is a numeric value (e.g. 1 or 0000001).Direct link to FAQ
Binarisation is the process of converting a colour or graysale image into a black and white image.
This functionality is exposed in several places in EzeScan as follows:
Before zonal recognition EzeScan applies a default binarisation filter to the Colour zone to convert it to Black and White. In some cases this default filter may not adequately enhance lightly coloured text.
It is possible to override this default binarisation filter by using the KFI Field Properties form, Zone tab, Zone Enhancement frame, Convert Colours (R,G,B) Start/End/To options.
Before changing these options press the zone TEST button. Look at the zone image after enhancement and you'll see the characters are often light and poor quality,
Now try changing the Convert Colours (R,G,B) Start/End/To options to:
Then press the zone TEST button again. Now look at the zone image after enhancement and you'll see the characters are now darker, easier to read. The OCR ,ICR or BCR result should now be more accurate.
It is possible to just selectively enhance 1 colour (e.g. Red) and dropout the others by binarising only one of the RGB values like this:
In Windows Vista Microsoft changed slightly the way the common dialogs (File Open, Save, Print) are displayed to the user. This required a small modification in Ezescan 4.1 to make it compatable with these changes. This problem is resolved by applying Ezescan.exe Patch Update 4.1.38 or higher.Direct link to FAQ
Please note: Applies to EzeScan 4.1 only.
These dll's should all successfully register.
You start EzeScan. setup a job that uses the Other Destination set to use the Hummingbird DM 4/5/6 integration. You successfully save 1 file into Hummingbird DM from Ezescan, but then it refuses to save any more. You discover that you have to manually kill off the dm.exe process to get it working again,
Try this to fix the problem:
Before you start EzeScan make sure that you have started and signed onto the Hummingbird DM extensions. If you do this first before you start Ezescan everything should work. Also make sure that you have EzeScan.exe 4.1.46 or higher.
To start the Hummingbird DM extensions use the Start->Programs->Hummingbird->DM Extensions->Windows Explorer DM extensions menu item.
You could create a batch file that starts the DM Extensions and then start Ezescan.Direct link to FAQ
To resolve this issue please upgrade to version 4.2 Kofax VRS software.
EzeScan requires a minimum of Kofax VRS 4.2 for the black separator detection to work correctly.
If you have version 4.1 or below it is recommended to use barcode separator sheets or follow the instructions below to use our VRS separator page.
Black & White images are usually much smaller than colour images.
For example if you scan an A4 page containing text (no graphics) in B&W at 200 DPI the resulting TIF Image would be around 30KB in size. That same page scanner in colour and saved as a TIG image with JPG compression would be around 330KB in size. That same page scanner in colour and saved as a TIG image with LZWcompression would be around 1000KB in size. That same page scanner in colour and saved as a TIG image with no compression would be around 11,000KB in size.
The following suggestions will help to speed up colour scanning.