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IRISPdf

by I.R.I.S.

Platform(s): Win
License: Commercial

Application type: Server-side
Categories:
Creation & Conversion

Features

There are 3 different ways of using IRISPdf Server:

1. IRISPdf Server as an Integrated OCR module into your Document Management System

Simply call the executable of IRISPdf Server in your application with the filename of the settings-file as parameter and IRISPdf Server is integrated. An optional parameter to run the application in background makes it a seamless integration. The settings-file is in plain ASCII and is easily created by your application on the fly.

2. IRISPdf Server – Batch OCR

Large batches of scanned documents are easily converted into text documents with a minimal of user intervention. A settings-file, configured once with the user interface, is loaded each time you process the document images. It is possible to save and use different settings-files for each different project.

3. IRISPdf Server – Watched folders

You can define as many watched folders as you want to convert incoming image files into fully searchable an/or editable files. Each folder can have specific settings as the output file type, the output folder location, the OCR settings, etc. and each folder can have a priority level. All the system can be set-up by an administrator that can remotely control the process of IRISPdf Server from his own computer.

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