If you are looking for Imaging, you have come to the right place. We explain what Imaging is and point you to the official download.
What is Imaging?
Imaging, better known as Desktop Imaging, is a software program from ei Solutions, Inc. d/b/a Eastman Software that functions as a document conversion utility. More specifically, the program provides tools that allow the user to scan, view and save paper documents in digital format.
The software consists of a number of components: Imaging Application, Imaging Preview and Imaging Flow. Imaging Application is the main feature of the software. This is used to perform the main functions of the program which, as previously mentioned are to scan, view and save documents in a digital format. If the software is the Professional version, it also allows the user with a tool for Optical Character Recognition (OCR).
Imaging Preview on the other hand, is an application that functions as a document viewer and works in conjunction with the Imaging Application in that it allows the user to load a document onto the Application window for editing. This utility is provided in the Desktop Imaging 98 version and Professional version only.
For Imaging Flow, the user is provided with tools that will allow the user to capture the documents from a compatible device, manipulate these in terms of editing and annotating, and then rendering these in digital outputs.
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File types supported by Imaging
About file types supported by Imaging
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Last updated: : March 9, 2013