With StarOCR, indexing and classifying documents scanned under formats such as BMP, TIFF, GIF, JPEG, as well as PDF type documents is rapid and straightforward. StarOCR automatically loads the index database used by StarFind, and functioning as a client/server, manages data entry pooling and simultaneous index updating.
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Images are analyzed and automatically classified using ADR (automatic document recognition) techniques.
Each folder owns its own control template which is used to define both index fields and storage location.
simultaneously. Multiple data entry is also enabled by pooling data entry.
- Graphical, Windows based interface
- Multipost architecture
- BMP, GIF, JPEG and TIFF formats fully supported
- Supports PDF format files
- Automatic or manual feed for image acquisition
- Image handling tools such as zoom, rotate etc.
- Recognition for up to 96 languages
- Ability to define the language of any document
- Possibility of composing a set of characters to keep full control over indexes
- Archives managed hierarchically
- Management of rejects
- Index fields can be numeric, alphanumeric or date formats
- Index structure can be automatically determined from StarFind archives
- Geographical management over the location of index fields (recognition mode)
- Limitation of freedom of the indexing field area
- Definable indexing template for each document type
- Selection of an index area within an image using a mouse
- Index identification by OCR
- Batch processing
- Production of index values file in CSV format for archiving
- Forms an automatic interface with StarFind (SQL-Server or Oracle)
- Interfaces with many other archival systems
- Fully automatic archival when using StarFind
- Generates a file with statistical information on the information processed
Works on Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows 2003 and Windows 2008
Minimum requirement 128K RAM – 256K recommended
Minimum image definition: 300 x 300 dpi
SQL-Server or Oracle required for interfacing to StarSafe
Available in English and French (program and reference manuals)