|Latest Version:||5.8.2 LATEST|
|Requirements:||Windows XP / Vista / Windows 7 / Windows 8 / Windows 10|
|Old Versions:||5.8.1 / 5.8.0|
Naps2 is a convenient program for scanning and recognition of documents with the ability to save them in PDF format or as graphic images (bmp, gif, tif, jpg, png). The application allows you to create and use multiple profiles settings, depending on the quality and type of scan.
The advantage of Naps2 is support for batch scanning, which allows you to process a large amount of data in a short time.
The program has a wide range of settings. You can set the following options:
* Title and author
* Subject and keywords
* Set encryption on the document
* Access Control (editable, printable, and copied)
The program fully supports OCR (optical text recognition), so with the help of this tool you can recognize text from almost any document. Also this application provides a wide range of options to customize the output file (crop, brightness, contrast, reflection, rotation and so on). Despite the serious possibilities offered by this program, it is completely free.
How do I scan with Naps2?
Download, install and run this application. To scan a file, click on the “Scan” button, then select the scanner and press the “OK” button. To view the scan result and configure it, double-click on the scan thumbnail. With this tool palette, you can flip the file, adjust the color scheme, and cut off unwanted fragments.
NAPS2 is one of the best free tools for scanning files and documents. It offers convenient functionality and demonstrates high-quality results when working with various scanning devices. The program interface provides a button to send documents by mail using Microsoft Outlook. In the output settings of the PDF file, you can control access to the document and use encryption (password).
In order to start scanning, you must have the scanner device installed and connected to your PC. If this is done, this Manager will make the scanning process simple, convenient and enjoyable.
Scan with a single click
Easily scan with your chosen settings, or set up multiple profiles for different devices and configurations. Once you've finished scanning, you can save, email, or print with only a couple clicks. Save to PDF, TIFF, JPEG, PNG, or other file types
Compatible with both WIA and TWAIN
Choose the driver that works best with your scanner, as well as settings like DPI, page size, and bit depth. Scan from a glass flatbed or an automatic document feeder (ADF), including duplex support.
Rotate, crop, and rearrange scanned images
Order your pages however you like, including tools to interleave duplexed pages. Easily rotate your pages at right angles, or straighten them at any angle you like. Use image editing tools to crop or change brightness and contrast.
Identify text using OCR
Search through text included in your PDFs by using optical character recognition (OCR), in any of over 100 languages.
Use NAPS2 in your native language
Choose from over 40 different languages. If your language isn't available yet, help translate!
Tools for power users and businesses
Optional command-line interface (CLI) for automation and scripting MSI installer and application-level configuration available for group policy (GPO) deployment Portable archives available (doesn't require installation)
What's new in this version:
- Save to PDF Save to image formats (bmp, gif, tif, jpg, png). Recognize text in all known languages of the world. Support for more than 3000 scanners. Wide opportunities for setting up scans.
Fixed a bug with PDF/A support
PDF/A support -- PDF/A1-b, PDF/A2-b, PDF/A3-b, and PDF/A3-u support -- In the "Save PDF" menu, click "PDF Settings", and select it under "Compatibility" -- Use --pdfcompat in NAPS2.Console. See www.naps2.com/doc-command-line.html#pdf-options -- Use ForcePdfCompat in appsettings.xml. See www.naps2.com/doc-org-use.html#force-pdf-compat TIFF changes -- Better compression for black and white TIFF files by default -- Added a "Compression" option under Image Settings -- Added a "Single page files" option under Image Settings that prevents saving multi-page TIFF files -- Use --tiffcomp and --split in NAPS2.Console. See www.naps2.com/doc-command-line.html#image-options Donate button -- The About window now has a Donate button -- An unobtrusive donation prompt is shown after a month of use -- Use HideDonateButton in appsettings.xml to disable both. See www.naps2.com/doc-org-use.html#hide-donate-button -- The prompt is disabled by default in the MSI distribution Added multi-language support to the EXE installation wizard
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