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Dynamsoft has upgraded the barcode reader add-in for its latest Dynamic .NET TWAIN software development kit (SDK), which now has built-in webcam support. This version 4.3 release will improve its overall barcode reader performance (1D or 2D) from 50 to 300 percent compared to previous versions.

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NOTE: The larger the barcode image is, the more pronounced the improved performance of the barcode reader.

This SDK will allow developers to use zone optical character recognition (OCR) on scanned / captured documents. The Dynamic .NET TWAIN SDK also enables a simpler development path for applications to capture images from most imaging devices.

The SDK supports TWAIN, WIA, and UVC application programming interfaces (API). These features are said to be able to "practically eliminate" worries related to ensuring device compatibility. Extension features include image editing and uploading capabilities to allow post-capture processing in WinForm, WPF, or other .NET applications.

"Barcodes continue to grow in popularity and as this happens it becomes important that developers be able to leverage their advantages," said Amy Gu, vice president of Dynamsoft. "Accurate barcode recognition is critical, regardless of the size of the barcode. Dynamic .NET TWAIN's latest barcode add-in address these performance needs."

Dynamic .NET TWAIN is based on Microsoft's .NET framework and the TWAIN library is optimized for use in C# and Visual Basic .NET. Customizable scanning configurations include ADF; duplex; resolution; pixel type; and more. Multiple support channels are provided for the SDK, including email, live chat, forum, and phone.


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