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Yes! I can highly recommend NAPS2. It is completely open-source, and is available here: Main page: https://www.naps2.com/ GitHub: https://github.com/cyanfish/naps2 SourceForge: https://sourceforge.net/projects/naps2/ In my experience, NAPS2 works very well. The quality of the output is excellent. The OCR works great too. It works wonderfully with ...


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You can do the job on just about any platform using python and opencv - python should already be installed on your mac. A very nice write up on how to do this is available in the pyimagesearch blog here. The linked example, which includes quite a bit of additional code & comments to show the intermediate steps, uses just 75 lines of python to: Load the ...


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I understand you are trying to create a single UX that would allow for several different barcode symbiologies. I would recommend taking a look at the LEADTOOLS SDK which is a paid for library which provides support for both reading and writing the 1D and 2D barcode symbologies you mentioned above. As a disclaimer I do work for this vender, however I would ...


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The current AVFoundation support PDF417 metadata. Too late to answer but if this is still required, AVFoundation solves the issue. Just add the following code to the scanning session: let metadataOutput = AVCaptureMetadataOutput() metadataOutput.setMetadataObjectsDelegate(self, queue: DispatchQueue.main) metadataOutput.metadataObjectTypes = [.pdf417] ...


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If you want an open-source single-script solution, take a look at the textdeskew script by Fred Weinhaus. If you want to see what the script does: there are a few before-after figures on the page that I've linked to. There are quite a few command line options, for fine-tuning. Find it on Fred's ImageMagick Scripts for more, e.g. texctcleaner, also with ...


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