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?
I've used various versions of Omnipage for years. At one point, we were running two single core xeons and Omnipage was happy to use both processors (I believe this was v14). I got a copy of 19 Ultimate for another computer and it ran very well on a single processor four core system. All cores were used.
Now, I bought a new machine specifically for OCR - 4 x 6 core Xeons (Total 24 cores) running on Server 2008R2 Enterprise. I can only get Omnipage (via DocuDirect) to use what appears to be two cores. On the new machine it saves a lot faster, but the OCR process itself is the same speed or slower than the 4 core system.
Is there a setting somewhere that I'm missing?
I have recently purchased a Kodak i2900 scanner. We had a PC in our office with Omnipage Ultimate ready to go.
I am having a nightmare trying to figure out how to get Omnipage to scan multiple pages using the ADF. At present, I put my multi-page document on the ADF of the scanner and click Scan Pages. After each page I get a box that reads "Continue Automatic Processing What would you like to do now", it gives me 2 options "Stop loading pages" or "Add more pages".
Is there a way / profile I can create, so that it scans the whole document in the ADF reader without asking me after each page and also set it to read both sides of the page, for double sided documents?
I'm looking for good OCR software (OmniPage was highly recommended to me). I'm already convinced this is a "pipe dream," but seeing as how I haven't used OCR since 1999 or so, I figured I'd ask anyway:
If I have a stack of 50 invoices I'd like to scan to individual PDFs, can the software automatically save each page as a PDF file without having to click a button for each page (or any kind of human interaction)? I'm assuming it can, but I needed to ask, because it's pertinent to my next question (the pipe dream):
Let's say the stack of invoices are placed in numerical order (1001, 1002, and so on to 1050), can the software "read" that number and save invoice 1001 with 1001 as a filename? If so, let's say those same documents AREN'T in numerical order; could the software still save the documents with the correct invoice number?
To make things even more difficult, I need to mention that my scanning needs require me to save documents complete with customer signatures, so I'm NOT looking for the software to convert anything to text...
Thanks for any input you may have...
I'm using Windows 7 and at the end of the ocr proofreading the program freezes. I can't get out of the ocr nor close the program normally. I have to use the task manager to close it out. I can only use the scanned material after restarting Omnipage and opening the workload.
I'm new to Omni and am finding it quite overwhelming. I wanted a simple text to speech converter and am now wondering whether this is overkill. I'd like to take a pdf file and convert it to an mp3 and be able to choose a nice voice for the final result. Am I able to do this with Omni?
When I open Omnipage Professional 18 I get an Internet Explorer Script Error on Line 27, Character 2, URL: http://www.nuance.com/assets/js/functions.js. My internet explorer comes up twice saying that it can't display the webpage. What would cause this? Does Omnipage automatically try to open a browser window when you start the application? The message asks if I want to continue running scripts on this page? If I answer yes or no (doesn't seem to matter which) I get an error message: HTML Parsing Error: Unable to modify the parent container element before the child element is closed (KB927917). I am running Internet Explorer 8 and my operation system is Windows XP Professional Version 2002 Service Pack 3. Any ideas to fix this?
I was loading the files to Omnipage. The “Workflow results” message box appeared showing a list of files (a type of an error and a path of the file on the hard drive) that couldn’t be loaded because of the errors.
I want to have a list of files that cannot be loaded (over a thousand files with an error). I want to copy the list from this Workflow results window, paste it to excel or word and extract the files’ names.
How can I do that, because I cannot even select anything (to try ctrl+c) in this Workflow results window.
When I try to OCR an PDF document in Omnipage Ultimate 19, I get a Workflow Result error message: "Catastrophic failure ('0x8000FFFF')"
I'm on Win 8.1 Pro with latest MS updates.
Can you help, please?