The scanning application and libkscan library which were formerly included in kdegraphics – KDE/kooka. Kooka has been the scan application of choice for the KDE project and is an official part of the KDE Graphics Package. However, Kooka has been dropped from. Start Kooka from the main menu or enter the command kooka. When started, Kooka opens a three-frame window with a menu bar to the upper left and a toolbar.

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Your results will vary, since OCR depends heavily on clarity of scan, dpi, type of font, font kerning, dictionary used Yast will handle including the needed libraries to run a program.

Kooka does freeze sometimes when a preview should get displayed, after the scan finished already. Is this so, test the scanner as showed to you in Lesson 2.

Digikam, Kooka: Scanning with Epson V?

You are asked in the new opening “Kooka Save Assistent” window, in which format you want to store the image. This is indeed professional software! Kooka is a popular free software program to scan images and documents.

Use of scanners or copiers involves risk of violation of copyright. Please login or register to add a comment. To me it seems pretty clear that printing was never really high priority in either software package, at kookq not in the sense of using a scanner as part of a replacement for a copier.


A New Scanner with XSANE and Kooka

Scanning some more pages with grafik tools in windows was often a work of hours, because of the “one-time-call” of the twain-dialog, saving in specific folder and so on. In any case, do check out SANE before you look for scqn or copiers. Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. Furthermore, your scanner must be recognized by Knoppix, as described in Lesson 2.

A New Scanner with XSANE and Kooka LG #

Introduction Long before my koooa copier a multifunction unit died, I was looking for a long-term, non-combo solution. Recently a scan of less than one printed page from a newspaper produced a JPEG of less than K, quite acceptable for forwarding as an attachment. Is ‘kooka’ an image or a PDF program?

Tabs allow switching between them. I’ve played with them a bit, they’re very functional and do produce good output, and with practice, you can produce almost reliable recognition from scans of documents.

You could always install kooka, try it out Independent of the window display problem I see on my box I have an issue with the gui mode of scna. As far as the occasional “quick copy” is concerned there is a trade-off. This is not heavy-duty hardware, and it is not intended to be out for lots of use every day. But the hardware isn’t as important as the software and the process of obtaining and using it. Uninstall any that don’t.


Digikam, Kooka: Scanning with Epson V200?

Kooka helps you to handle the most important scan parameters, find the correct image file format to save and manage your scanned images. It offers support for different OCR modules. The clutttered GUI you dislike is a bug that I can fix as soon as I have detailled information how that happens.

Definetely a good feature request, which will be implemented in future releases. Click in the sub menu that opened at the entry “Graphics”. When you do not see this window, then the scanner is probably not recognized.

This is where the actual scanning parameters are set. After much researching of product reviews and a bit of ping-pong with http: Adjust the Resolution in DPI too per inch. Kooka has a print button, and XSANE allows access to Gimp with which one can print at least in theory; this is something I haven’t yet pursued.