Detects multiple cover sheets in a multipage TIFF & PDF document.
Trapeze groups and names output files based on information printed on inserted cover sheets, and offers users the following features:
- Automatic cover sheet detection
- Files named according to cover sheet information
- Invariance to scanning resolution
- Supports color, greyscale, and bitonal files
- Converts multipage TIFF & PDF with cover separators to distinct TIFF or PDF files
- Watched folder support
Here’s how Trapeze works: Pages coming off a scanning or digital copier device, or converted to TIFF from electronic formats, are automatically grouped into files based on the delimiting cover page. These files can also be alphanumerically named based on information from the cover page. Trapeze is robust to a moderate amount of imaging noise and skew. The cover page can be specified using an XML based file.
As part of a document processing workflow users can interface with Trapeze via watched folder, command line, or API control. The processed files can also be:
- Web-optimized for fast Internet viewing
- OCRed for text-searchability
- Compressed to reduce transmission time and storage costs
- Encrypted for view, edit, and print protection
- Other PDF functionality in Trapeze includes resampling, colorspace reduction, deskew, despeckle, auto-smoothing, auto-cropping, Bates stamping, date stamping and watermarking.
“Trapeze offers another way to simplify electronic file recognition and organization,” said CVISION’s Eitan Agai. “It was created from the expressed needs of some of our customers. They were looking for an automated way to organize and index their electronic files and Trapeze exactly fulfills that need.”