Autobahn DX

This blog has been created to illustrate the effects pre-processing settings can have on a document.  There are a number of pre-processing options available from the GUI which can be used to increase recognition in the OCR process.  The pre-processing settings are only used to better prepare your image before it is passed to the OCR engine in order to achieve the best possible […]

Printer Issue whilst installing Autobahn DX or PDF Junction

The following blog illustrates how to rectify “Printer already exists” issue when attempting to install Autobahn DX or PDF Junction:

Below is a screen shot which is presented to users who are installing Autobahn DX or PDF Junction.

 

 

This issue occurs when the previous version of Autobahn DX or PDF Junction was un-installed but failed to remove the ‘easyPDF SDK 6’ printer.  The failure […]

Microsoft Outlook Setup for Autobahn DX and PDF Junction

This blog illustrates how to make Microsoft Outlook ready for Autobahn DX Server and PDF Junction.

As mentioned in one of the previous blogs, one of the core reason for the failure of the conversion process ‘Convert any document to PDF’ in Autobahn and PDF Junction is caused by pop-up dialogs being displayed from Office products during the PDF conversion.  This blog […]

Worldox with Autobahn DX

Overview :

The Worldox document management system is widely used in the Legal industry but does not come with any in-built OCR capabilities.  This means that any scanned PDF (“image-only PDF”) files or TIFF files will not be searchable via the Worldox text search tool.
Autobahn DX can quickly be configured to act as a “monitor” for Worldox to ensure that all […]

NEW RELEASE – Autobahn DX 3.0 – Highlights

Autobahn DX 3.0 Highlights

Version 3.0 of Autobahn DX is a significant new release that features many customer-requested enhancements:

Stand-Alone Advanced PDF Compression
Outlook Msg & Attachments Conversion

Optional Asian Language Support
 Open Office Support

Optional Extended OCR Module
Upgraded OCR Engine

 

Stand-Alone Advanced PDF Compression
A new step is available that will perform Mixed Raster Content (MRC) and JBIG2 compression on existing image […]

Autobahn DX Implementation Service Package

Did you know that we offer an Autobahn DX Implementation Service Package?
Autobahn DX is designed for ease of use. We have provided a short video tutorial to assist you, go to the following web page for more details: http://www.aquaforest.com/en/autobahn.asp
If, however, you have specific requirements or are perhaps short of time and are not sure of the best configurations and settings to […]

Microsoft Word Setup for Autobahn DX and PDF Junction

This blog illustrates how to make Microsoft Word ready for Autobahn DX Server and PDF Junction.  The other office products can also be configured just the same way.

One of the core reason for the failure of the conversion process ‘Convert any document to PDF’ in Autobahn and PDF Junction is caused by pop-up dialogs being displayed from Office products during the PDF […]

Autobahn DX Windows Service

Autobahn and BCL easyPDF X Loader Windows Services

These are the heart of the product and control the execution of both scheduled jobs and ad-hoc jobs whether submitted via the Autobahn Manager or via the Autobahn Job API. The services analyse the XML Job Definition files on start-up and when new files are created in the Job Definition directory by the Autobahn Manager, […]

In-Place OCR Processing

By “in-place” processing we generally mean processing PDF documents that have already been added to a document repository or system and need to be turned into searchable PDFs in-place. By contrast “workflow” processing where documents pass through Autobahn DX on their way into a document repository via watched folders.

The job shown below will convert PDFs under the tree C:qat\221008\in to […]

Configuring Autobahn DX Jobs – Best Practice

The following blog illustrates how you can process Image files (non-searchable PDFs/TIFF) within their own folder location (in-place processesing) along with retaining the same filename.

The scenario: Joe has 150GB of data on his G drive where users upload documents on a daily basis.  The drive primarily holds image (non-searchable) files of type PDF and TIFF but also has a number of excel spreadsheets and word documents . He […]