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How to size an Image using EZTW32.DLL

Post icon  Posted 30 April 2009 - 03:09 AM

:D Does any one know how to set up the Image size using the EZTW32.DLL.
Iam able the scan and save the scan. but the size of the image save is > then 1M.
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Re: How to size an Image using EZTW32.DLL

Posted 30 April 2009 - 09:25 AM

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Re: How to size an Image using EZTW32.DLL

Posted 30 April 2009 - 09:42 AM

Thanks for the reponse, actualy I dont have any errors or any problems with my code. The reason I ask was because I Would like to now if it posible to limit the Size of an image using the EZW32.DLL, and ,if is posible how is it done?.
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Re: How to size an Image using EZTW32.DLL

Posted 02 May 2009 - 11:22 AM

Not familiar with the dll but you can limit the size of something scanned in via a scanner by limiting the pixels per inch. Scanners of late can compact thousands of pixels per inch and of course the more pixels per inch the more information, and the more information means a larger file size. So take the resolution of the scanner down to 96 pixels per inch for images, 200 for tiffs to be OCR'ed, and if you are going to be scanning a small picture that you want to blow up just increate the pixels per inch to that of a tiff or higher as needed.

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