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C# TWAIN - TWAIN Scanning in C# Overview
C#.NET TWAIN Scanning Overview, Basic Classes and Related C# Guides
TWAIN is a widely-used industry standard that helps you scan image using a physical scanner and directly send the scanned image to the application where you can view, convert, process, annotate and edit the source image file. To put it in another way, TWAIN regulates the communication between application and digital imaging devices, like scanners and digital camera. Nowadays, when you buy a scanner, you will find there is TWAIN in the software package. In some popular image manipulation programs, like Photoshop, TWAIN may exist as an integrated part.
RasterEdge .NET TWAIN Scanning Control Add-on for C#.NET is a software development kit (SDK) that is designed to provide various advanced and mature TWAIN scanning techniques for C#.NET imaging applications. Here we briefly list the main features of this C#.NET TWAIN scanning control add-on.
Professional .NET TWAIN Scanning Add-on, providing standard and advanced image acquisition capabilities for C#.NET application
Allow C#.NET developers to customize TWAIN image scanning process with robust classes
Offer methods for C#.NET developers to query what capabilities are supported by target device
Able to capture and acquire raw images from input devices using Visual C#.NET programming code
Easy to save scanned image to PC local file in the form of desired image file, like JPEG, PNG, GIF and BMP
Support scanning many Pages into a single file in C#.NET project, like PDF and TIFF
C#.NET TWAIN Scanning Online Guides
With RasterEdge.Imaging.Twain assembly, C#.NET programmers can acquire raw images from input devices like scanner and camera, query the capacities supported by TWAIN device, and set or alter scanning properties, if supported, for image acquisition process. Please see detailed online C# guides for using .NET TWAIN Scanning Add-on.