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Readiris Pro 7.0

Platform : Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows Me, Windows 95, Windows NT
2.5 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews

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Readiris Pro 7 is OCR software that converts your everyday printed documents, such as letters, faxes, magazine articles, and columns in a newspaper, into editable text files with a high rate of recognition accuracy. Readiris Pro 7 features a number of easy-to-use tools to convert documents into electronic files, including PDF files. The new OCR engine in version 7 increases the OCR accuracy by 40 percent above Readiris Pro 6.

It features automatic detection of font mode, improved recognition of light text with broken characters, improved recognition of dark text with touching characters, improved recognition of text with speckles, and improved recognition of underlined text. Readiris Pro 7 recognizes documents captured with digital cameras, documents scanned in color, including text on color backgrounds, and saves pictures in color. It detects the orientation of the scanned document and automatically rotates the page for the best OCR accuracy.


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Product Manual [3.44mb PDF]
  • Shipping Weight: 11.2 ounces
  • ASIN: B00005YTQT
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: January 21, 2002
  • Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #33,353 in Software (See Top 100 in Software)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Waited almost a year to get this product at a sale price.

When I got it, the joy of finally acquiring it very quickly passed.

The first problem occured during setup.

You are asked to choose your scanner "brand" from a drop-down menu list.

They had tons of choices for:

- HP

- Agfa

- Black widow ?

As for the rest of the scanner world:

1 choice for umax

1 for microtek

1 for Niscan

1 for Canon

1 for Silitek

As for VISIONEER; NOTHING! Zilch! Zip! Nada !

Unbelievable!

One of the most marketed scanners in office stores or online, and readiris can't see fit to include even ONE driver choice;

not even a "generic visioneer" choice.

I figured they had at least added a "patch" or such at their website. NOPE!

Nothing over at their website [support section] either.

I have owned like 4 visioneers over the past 6-8 years.

And 1 canon and 1 umax.

The point being, Visioneer is EVERYWHERE !

They might not be the world's BEST scanners, but they are a large part of the "middle-of-the-road" consumer marketplace.

Perhaps IF readiris was some sort of "worldclass" product,

then maybe [a BIG maybe], they could get away with such a "primadonna" sort of attitude.

But common-sense business practice says to "market to the masses". [Anyone that doesn't better have such a whiz-bang product that they are backlogged with orders and customers are beating down their doors. I doubt Readiris has either such situation].

Anyway, the evaluation :

1. driver choices - poor.
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By A Customer on July 16, 2003
Readiris Pro 7 installed smoothly into Windows XP Home Edition on a Clean Boot, as recommended in Microsoft Knowledge Base Article - 310353. It interfaces with many, possibly most, common word-processing software. The scanning and interpretation process is quick at the recommended 300 dpi level (my Epson scanner is on a USB 2.0 port.) Initial, out-of-box, accuracy seems to improve by tweaking the contrast and brightness options and hopefully will continue to improve by using the "learn" option of interpreting data which it questions. At Amazon's current price it's a good value for a home user!
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