Scanning a book is easy only if you are familiar with the current techniques. If you do not have enough experience in scanning then using a bookscanner could turn out to be a disaster. Book scanning is,of course, completely different from the process of document scanning. If you want to scan a book properly then you have to understand thoroughly the main differences between ordinary scanning and book scanning.
The eight differences includes book thickness, curved pages, see through image, text boxes and captions, pictures and graphics, spell checking, page number and headers, title, sub titles and keywords.You can simply place the document on scanner and press the scan button and save the scanned page as a file to your computer system directly.
But this is completely different story with Non-destructive way of book scanning. Whenever you are scanning you are taking an electronic picture of the page. This can be done by using a dedicated book scanner and can then turn your decade old books into an electronic document and preserve it for any number of years.
Scanned books also can be turned into e-books and you can read while on the move or share with your friend easily. You can also safe guard your old books from accidental fire or flood.
Book Scanners will convert your physical books into digital form. All words on every single page will be transformed into a digital book. The books will appear in several formats. However, there are other formats in which you can convert the books such as JPG, TIFF (Tagged Image File Format) BMP, etc.
When the process of scanning is completed using a ScanPro 2000 the digital book or document still requires several processes.
After scanning the OCR technique is needed. OCR is an abbreviation of Optical Character Recognition which will convert the image into the text.
Technology truly makes the life more efficient and easier. The proof may be seen from benefits which can be obtained from scanning your books using a bookscanner.