Category Archives: Document Imaging

Correct Photos of Documents – Two- and Three-dimensional Skew

As I mentioned in my previous post, Correct Photos of Documents – Ambient Lighting, most images of documents suffer from skew. There are two types of skew: two-dimensional and three-dimensional. Text is typically parallel to the top and bottom of … Continue reading

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New ConvertBarcodeSplit Web API Method for LEADTOOLS Cloud Services

Since releasing LEADTOOLS Cloud Services only a few months ago, we have seen a lot of usage from customers as well as some feedback. It’s a product we look forward to supporting and improving by making additional LEADTOOLS imaging functionality … Continue reading

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Correct Photos of Documents – Ambient Lighting

In my previous post, “Solution to 4 Common First-world Problems – Convert and Merge to PDF,” I implemented a solution to convert images of documents to text-searchable PDF files. The source images were produced from a document scanner and the … Continue reading

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Code Tip: Converting PDF, IBM FileNet P8, Wang, and LEAD Annotations

Annotations are an important part of many document and medical imaging workflows. They allow users to mark up images with various shapes, notes, highlights, and redactions without having to permanently alter the image or document itself. One difficulty developers face … Continue reading

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Solution to 4 Common First-world Problems – Convert and Merge to PDF

This past weekend, I was very fortunate compared to so many people that recently faced and are still having to deal with Hurricane Florence. At home, the power is out, but there is no major damage. I am fortunate. Since … Continue reading

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Solution to 4 Common First-world Problems – Convert and Merge to PDF

This past weekend, I was very fortunate compared to so many people that recently faced and are still having to deal with Hurricane Florence. At home, the power is out, but there is no major damage. I am fortunate. Since … Continue reading

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Solution to 4 Common First-world Problems – Convert and Merge to PDF

This past weekend, I was very fortunate compared to so many people that recently faced and are still having to deal with Hurricane Florence. At home, the power is out, but there is no major damage. I am fortunate. Since … Continue reading

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