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Maestro enhanced for high-volume PDF conversion

June 16, 2011

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CVISION Technologies, a leading provider of document accessibility solutions, has announced the release of new version 5.0 of Maestro Recognition Server, its software for server-based PDF conversion. The Maestro Recognition Server 5.0 supports high-volume PDF conversion and features a powerful Optical Character Recognition (OCR) engine.

Maestro Recognition Server provides an industrial-strength yet flexible OCR software that enables organizations to integrate it into their existing document and imaging workflow systems. Maestro converts scanned documents into text-searchable PDFs. The key features of new Maestro Recognition Server 5.0 include:

  • High-volume PDF conversion backed by batch OCR processing
  • Four modes to deliver OCR: Batch OCR, Fast OCR, Watched Folder for automated OCR and Robust Batch OCR
  • Maestro's accuracy is built from advanced recognition techniques such as re-sampling, foreground/background separation and auto-rotation
  • Advanced image processing such as de-skew, de-speckle, image clean-up and auto-rotation
  • PDF control such as edit protect, print-protect and read-protect
  • Integration with Microsoft SharePoint

Read more on Maestro Recognition Server or if you wish to download a free evaluation copy of this software, please visit the Maestro Recognition Server webpage.

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