BatchScanPlus (BSP)

Any typical image processing program can scan a page and save it to disk.


But BatchScanPlus (BSP) is something entirely different. It is a total scanning solution for scanning multiple sequential files. Although it can handle single scans, it really excels when you need to scan a whole book, a chapter or a long series of documents or when you need to deal with files from a digital camera. Because it treats the series of pages as a set. Whether you are doing image post processing, publishing PDF files, performing simple OCR or just saving image files BSP does all of that and works with the set of documents. All in one package.


BSP is the solution for the woes of scanning books on flatbed scanners. Now removing the dreaded black area in the book gutter and perimeter and eliminating automatically noise from black and white or grayscale images is fast and convenient.

BSP supports both TWAIN and WIA Scanners.


Scanning two pages at once is easy since BSP can rotate, split and save each scan as two files, keeping the numbering right.


Also, BSP can read images from digital cameras, both in JPEG or RAW format. These files can be converted them in batch mode, in order to rotate, split and process them automatically, as well as edited by using the Edit Tab.


When using flatbed scanners users need to place the book in the same position every time they scan and press the book down constantly. Sometimes even doing this the images will move. This will make automatic cropping harder. BSP supports both automatic cropping and a fast method to adjust each page in a semi automated way that allows exact and fast page processing.


The typical workflow of scanning, processing and publishing with BSP is shown below:







From SCAN to a text file

From SCAN to PDF without OCR

From IMAGES to a text file

From IMAGES to PDF without OCR







BatchScanPlus (BSP) shines in scanning and editing large lots of pages.

As a plus it offers PDF generation with options not found in other packages and simple OCR as well.

[PDF files only can be created from images, not from text]





* Lossless means that after compressing the image the quality will not be reduced at all.