1. Tiff-split in PDF Format The tiff-split feature of the toolkit is now able to output in both tiff and pdf format. Note that the .Net component requires installation of the PDF Extension to do this where as the DLL, OCX and COM interfaces do not. If the PDF Extension is installed then the toolkit
The Linux version of the barcode reader toolkit has now been updated in line with the changes made for version 7.1.3 of the Windows version.
Version 1.3 of BardecodeFiler has been released. This new version can also handle PDF files and even convert from TIF to PDF.
A version of the toolkit for Linux running on ARM has been released. This is the first version of the toolkit designed to run on an embedded processor.
The BardecodeFiler application allows access to the features of the toolkit for users unable to take advantage of the SDK. The easy to use application splits/renames folders of images based on barcode values. It’s also possible to call the application from the command line or within scripts.
BardecodeFiler is an application that splits/renames TIF documents according to barcode values.
Highlights: Faster PDF processing. Support added for micro-PDF-417 barcodes. Exhanced Code-25 support (Datalogic, Matrix, Industrial and IATA) Improved accuracy for skewed barcodes. Improved read rates for longer barcodes. Detail: We have now released version 7.1.3 of the Windows Toolkit and PDF Extension. The new version offers the following: 1. Improved support for the EAN-13 family
We have now released Version 7.1.2 of the Windows Barcode Reader Toolkit which includes the following changes: 1. Code 39 – read rate increased for poor quality barcodes. 2. TifSplitPath – output file names (when splitting a multi-page TIF into sub-files) can now include the value of a barcode found in the document, rather than
Version 7.1 contains support for XML, CSV and Java, with improvements to Code 39, Code 25 and PDF-417 recognition… 1. Median Filter The Median Filter option is another method of cleaning noisy images. It’s more versatile than the noise reduction filters because it isn’t restricted to a single orientation, although it isn’t recomended for low