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There is web scanning application http://www.scanworkssoftware.com/cloudscan.aspx which works on Android, iPhone, iPad, Mac etc
To share your TWAIN compliant scanner over network you need to install small tool SharedScanner (now for Windows only). After that visit from your device http://www.cloudscanapp.com and enter IP address of computer where scanner is connected to and scan to PDF directly on device.
I would propose following for problem analysing and resolving
1) Try to scan in Buffered mode especially with compression and check if there is performance improvement
2) As a rule there is no difference between gray scanning and color but there is significant different between binary and gray/color scanning so try to scan page with binary color format
3) And I don’t think you will see different scanning with 200 DPI and 300 DPI, try to scan with 100 and 600 to see different.
4) Try to scan with virtual twain driver like TWAIN Importer ( http://www.scanworkssoftware.com/twainimporter.aspx ).
Do following steps:
– Enable logging in TWAIN Importer, it will allow you to see time of transferring and time for other operations
– Try to scan with your software
– Try to scan with other popular software, any evaluation version will be fine
– Compare results to determine if the reason of slowness is in your software or in TWAIN driver for 1220
Good luck :),
does anybody know why there are still no utility which would test TWAIN driver automatically and says if this driver follows TWAIN specification. I suppose it would resolve most lacks of TWAIN drivers. Especially if this tool would be free 🙂
there is twain importer at http://scanworkssoftware.com/twnimporter.html
it has a free license for twain developers 🙂September 29, 2009 at 1:09 am in reply to: Kodak Scanner Emulation – Problems with images from disk #25026