I found that there is a JPegDecoder in the Atalasoft software. In order to convert the images, you need a similar function as the PDF converter. Philo,. Hi, I’m the support engineer you called in to yesterday. I apologize – after you called in, I received a note from our chief software architect asking us to help . 32 results Atalasoft DotImage Document Imaging is an SDK that offers high-speed document and image conversion, viewing and annotation on any device.

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Converting Scanned Document Images to Searchable PDFs with OCR

To use this class, you must add Atalasoft. You can request an evaluation license file for this module using the DotImage Activation Wizard. You will also want to add a PdfDecoder to your RegisteredDecoders collection in a static constructor for your class: A common task that comes accross atalssoft the document management world is converting from one file format to another.

Here I will explain the different approaches to this problem. Save method along with a stream to save to.


Save fs, fsis, null. Dim enc As New TiffEncoder. The other two approaches are still possible, but strongly discouraged in favor of using our ImageSource as outlined above.

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The reference here is kept for archival purposes. The first is to have all of the images pages of the TIFF file loaded into memory at once, and pass them all to the TiffEncoder to save the file. As you can tell, this is not very memory efficient for large documents. Tp way, we only need to keep a single image in memory at any given time.

As with all mutlipage formats, DotImage lets us read a single page from a file.

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So we can load each page from the PDF file as needed. As you can see from the following example, the first way is much easier to implement, but the second way will conserve a lot of memory. Read inStream, i, null. Save outStream, img, null. Save outStream, img, Nothing. The PdfEncoder in DotImage does not allow us to save a single page to an existing PDF file, so we must have all the images ready when we save the file. This class gives aatlasoft the flexibility to point to a file instead of an image in memory.


Giving -1 as the frame index will force the entire TIFF image to be loaded. Namespaces used in these examples: No Related Articles Available. No Related Links Available. Help us improve this article What did you think of this article?

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