ISIS scanner driver support.
SimpleIndex will work with both TWAIN and ISIS scanner drivers. TWAIN is more common and works with virtually all scanner models. ISIS is designed for high speed document scanners. Most sheetfed scanners support ISIS.
ISIS is much faster and has more features than TWAIN, and is the preferred way to scan documents. ISIS scanning is included with SimpleIndex Full or is available as an add-on for other versions.
Yes it is possible to scan with Kofax Adrenaline based scanners using the Adrenaline TWAIN or ISIS data source.
To configure ISIS, you may need to select one of the general Kofax drivers such as “Any Fujitsu Scanner with Adrenaline” or “Kofax Arenaline Scanner”.
To configure the TWAIN data source:
1. Download the Kofax Adrenaline TWAIN Data Source from Kofax Adrenaline Patches
2. Configure a scan source in KSM (in your computer’s Control Panel) called TWAIN SOURCE
3. Select the Kofax Adrenaline TWAIN driver from the Select Scanner dialog in SimpleIndex
There should be little difference in performance due to using the TWAIN interface, and all the Kofax image processing controls will still be available.
I have a scanner with Virtual ReScan (VRS) that is not scanning properly. How do I solve this issue?
|Any time that you have a scanner with Virtual ReScan (VRS) you must pick Kofax VRS as the scanner instead of the scanner model itself. With VRS you assign the scanner to VRS and then anytime you pick Kofax VRS as the scanner in your scanning software the assigned scanner will be the scanner that is used.|
This is done through the TWAIN or ISIS settings for your scanner. To access these settings select “Display Scanner Settings” from the “Scan” file menu. Next click the “Run Job” button and before the scanning process starts your scanners TWAIN or ISIS settings dialog box will appear.
Every TWAIN or ISIS dialog is different, but any of them have a clear option for changing page size or auto detecting page size.
This is done using the “Min File Size” setting on the Batch tab. This setting uses the image file size in bytes to determine which files are blank pages. For 200dpi, compressed, black & white TIFF images (the default format used by SimpleIndex) this is usually around 2000 bytes.
Depending on your scanner settings and how much black is in your images, blank pages could be significantly larger. If you are scanning small pages the margin for error will be less. You will want to do some trial and error testing to ensure the setting is right for your images.