RasterID is a powerful yet affordable Image Indexing Software. It syndicates the market's best raster image indexing and image processing tool with well-organized Scan-to-File scanning and Scan-to-Print copying modes procedures to provide one universal solution for daily copy shop jobs. The drawing indexing ability assists to process hundreds or thousands of drawings during or after the scanning method. Full-featured raster cleanup and editing tools united with integrated direct wide-format and production scanner interface, to speed-up the drawing capturing to digital files. In addition to operator driven method, the program executes batch processing on any amount of selected drawings. The optional personal archive - EDA add until now another dimension to RasterID. It completes the document processing phase with storage functionality.
• Scan-to-File, Scan-to-Print and Scan-to-View scanning modes
• Client-server Scan-to-Net
• Operative large image processing
• Extended printing abilities
• Flexible indexing process
• Extensive set of image enhancement tools
• Visual batch job creation
• Raster editor
• Optional drawing archive
Raster ID includes the WiseScan with an enhanced scanning interface. It supports direct scanning from wide format scanners and TWAIN scanner interface. Scan to File writes an image from scanner to hard disk directly. The speed is only limited by the scanner hardware. Full control of the scanner functionality enables specialized user to achieve the well-organized and time saving workflow. This automatic image indexing software was designed to work with up-to-date wide format color scanners. It supports full color high resolution scans with Raster Image indexing.
Scan to print copies a raster image from scanner to printer spooler by stripes. Printing starts directly after the last stripe is scanned. If you want a copy of a wide format document – map, full color poster or 3D CAD versions, it is there in seconds. RasterID integrates different modes of color calibration with usage of ICC profiles from both scanner and plotter including individual calibration of scanner plotter pair. RasterID prints with cutting-edge nesting functionality saving media for small format raster image output.
This image indexing software provides users with a great set of image enhancement tools. Users can easily change brightness, contrast, of the image, and can adjust the color gamut of an image using a histogram. It has a set of drawing archive enabling the user to draw lines, circles, arcs, and even form image to text.
It has a good printing capability. For any specified image view, user can print the complete image or a certain rectangular area. User can scale the print output and state the number of copies to print.
RasterID offers a varied choice of image processing tools for monochrome and color images, Users can simply manage the colors of the image and create/edit LUT les in the Color Classifier or manipulate blueprints(scanned in greyscale mode) with full control using the Adaptive Binarization. Image processing tool can be applied one-by-one in the interactive mode or can be joined in a sequence using Script Studio to develop a set of images in batch mode.
RasterID can consist of fully integrated easy drawing archive called EDA (Electronic Drawing Archive). Combined with EDA it becomes a solution for Automatic Image Indexing Software in a form for small in-house copy shops and scanning bureaus. It provides scanning, image processing tools, raster image indexing functionality composed with drawing archive functionality. RasterID with EDA enable users to view, print, store and retrieve drawings with ease working inside one environment.
The great feature of Image Indexing Software is its batch mode operation. It allows increasing efficiency in all steps within the scanning image processing workflow. Users form sets of commands visually using Script Studio by drag and drop. All commands can be fine-tuned and the outcome will be saved as script file for near use. Scripts can be used to any sets of raster image indexing comprising all files in a certain folders or folder trees. It is also likely to scan in batch mode.