This document provides information about PaperStream IP replacing Kofax VRS in Fujitsu Scanners for Perceptive Content/ImageNow users.
Perceptive KB Article #: 000163485
Last Published Date: 1/21/2015 9:01 AM
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With the release of the Fujitsu FI-7160 scanner, Kofax VRS will no longer be shipped with new Fujitsu scanners. Instead, the scanners will be shipped with a new image processing software package developed by Fujitsu called PaperStream IP. The use of PaperStream IP is supported with the CaptureNow TWAIN license, with ISIS support added in ImageNow Client 6.7 build 3564 and higher.
Will the new Fujitsu scanners be certified to use Kofax VRS?
Yes. The partnership with Kofax is still in place, and support will be continued on Fujitsu devices.
PaperStream IP is image processing software that allows advanced document cleanup, similar to Kofax VRS. It is developed by Fujitsu and only works with Fujitsu scanners.
PaperStream IP is supported with the CaptureNow TWAIN license in ImageNow 6.6, 6.7, and 6.8.
The Rescan function in the ImageNow Document Viewer is only available in ImageNow Client 6.7 build 3564 and higher. These later builds support both the TWAIN driver and the ISIS driver required for this function to work with PaperStream IP. In older versions of ImageNow Client, Rescan is not available since the ISIS driver is not supported.
A CaptureNow TWAIN license is required to be able to use PaperStream IP.
Note: * indicates that although the scanner is compatible with Paperstream IP, it is recommended that CaptureNow Adrenaline and Kofax VRS 5.x (OEM) from Fujitsu be utilized.
Yes. When setting up a TWAIN scanning profile, clear the Display TWAIN property dialog at scan time check box.
The presets cover 99 percent of typical documents, and tools are provided to capture the rest. However, documents such as transcripts may need some adjustment when they are scanned using the settings in the Image Processing Preview area.
Yes. In Kofax, both barcode and patch code detection should be enabled since ImageNow uses those settings for its scanning functionality. In PaperStream IP, the detection should be turned off for both barcodes and patch codes, and enabled only within the scanning profile.
Since ImageNow does not read PaperStream IP settings the same way it does for Kofax, barcode and patch code pages will not be available in ImageNow if detection is enabled within PaperStream IP.