Once I have installed Omnipage software, and had at least one in-program update, how do I do a backup?
There few software like Omnipage that can support MRC pdf which can significantly shrink pdf size without affecting the quality.
I often want to compress my pdfs downloaded from website. These pdfs are scanned documents and already been OCRed, that is they are already searchable. What I want to do is just re-save them using MRC technology to significant shrink their size. But, I don't want to OCR them again, it is a waste of time. However, it seems that in Omnipage, if I don't OCR them again, I can not save pdf as searchable, I can only save them as image pdf. So am I missing something? Can Omnipage directly use the already existed text layer to re-save as MRC pdf without redundant OCR?
This is part of a ebook pdf downloaded from SpringerLink
If you open it in Omnipage 19, in the document manager windows, it shows that the image resolution is 300DPI. See the screen capture http://pasteboard.co/1EGzt2OL.png
I am pretty sure this pdf is much more than 300DPI and probably 600 dpi.
Please look into this matter. I strongly doubt this is a bug. What is more, I don't understand why there is no 600DPI option in Omnipage？ I think 600DPI is so common in ebook!
Where can I download OmniPage 19 Ultimate ?
I lost the DVD but I have the product registered.
I would like to create a FormTemplateLibrary myself with the CSDK.Objects libs like the TemplateEditor is doing. I can not find a way of creating in the lib the methods to create such a FormTemplateLibrary. Can you give me some hints how to do this?
Is there any way to get OmniPage to run with a configuration without having to log into a Windows OS? This is annoying for reboots, etc that in order for it to work, it has to be logged in again. I saw someone mention they converted it to a service but it doesn't pull any configuration, any ideas?
OmniPage sometimes does not load pages that contain no recognizable text. Is there a setting that I currently have enabled that would cause this?
For example: If I am converting a PDF to a searchable PDF and my input PDF document begins with a non-text image, so a photograph of some sort, or the cover of a book that has no readable text, Omnipage will not load it to be processed. It will be excluded from the processed output document. It also occasionally does this randomly throughout the document. This is a major problem especially if the document is a long document like a user manual or reference volume. I have to review each output document to make sure it contains all the original pages, and if it doesn't, I have to find the missing pages. I process many documents on a daily basis and this is extremely cumbersome.
It also does this when I use DocuDirect.
Am I doing something wrong? Thank you for your help.
I have a user with OminForms Filler 5.5 under Windows 7. Each time the user open a form or the .ofm file, a copy of the file opens instead. The title of the file has the word "Copy" in front of the file name. Is there a way to have a form open normally?
Got my software yesterday! But feeling crapy and left it and finished today (Thursday).
Saw that Paperport needed to be installed after OPU-18. Now the RED (Close) X is 'grayed out' and it will not close.
Do I need to re-install everything from scratch?
Hi, first post, about OmniPage - veteran user of Dragon.
I only use OmniPage at this stage for simple scanning of documents such as receipts and bank statements for storage in the cloud.
I find it annoying that every time I scan something in I have to reset all of the parameters of the scanner - the default settings are such that I have to change every one of them for each scan.
Is there any way of editing the default setting of the scanner settings in OmniPage?
Advice greatly appreciated