Digitize photos using your flatbed scanner and this application, which can extract images from scans in batch mode and save them locally
|Updated||November 28 2019|
Nitro Logic N/A N/A
|Crack Size||5.9 MB|
|Systems||Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Vista 64 bit, Windows 7, Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 8, Windows 8 64 bit, Windows 10, Windows 10 64 bit|
ScanSpeeder is a simple-to-use piece of kit that enables you to speed up the photo scanning procedure by extracting the photos and saving them to a preferred location on the disk. It comes packed with some intuitive options that can be quickly figured out.
When it comes to the interface, the tool adopts a simple window that shows three steps you need to follow to carry out a task in no time.
So, you can scan a picture and preview it within the the main frame, extract it, rotate it if necessary, pick an output directory and file type, as well as save it easily.
In addition, it is possible to schedule multiple photos for scanning and extract them in separate files on the disk, automatically locate and straighten them, as well as immediately publish the images on Facebook without leaving ScanSpeeder's interface.
The app lets you use the alternate scan method (TWAIN), disable confirmations for various events, hide the TWIN scan mode warning, customize colors for selected and unselected frames, hide the guidance, clear scanner and resolution history, adjust the JPEG quality when saving the files to the local disk, and so on.
The software application worked smoothly in our tests, without causing Windows to hang, crash or pop up error messages. It is quite responsive to commands, scans photos rapidly and remains light on system resources.
To sum it up, ScanSpeeder Crack provides users with a fast and effective method of extracting multiple photos from a scanner in batch mode, backed by powerful configuration settings.
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