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Mark Separator is a utility that is designed to be used with a copier or a scanner with a document feeder. The program monitors a file folder(s) for multi-page Tiff images. When one is found with a mark in a specified location the file is split, with the output being a new tiff or PDF. Numerous folders can be monitored making it ideal for a work group.
(Mark Separator separates scanned files when a Mark is found on a page.
Mark Separator has been designed to give multiple users the ability to separate a scanned document by placing a mark on it in a given location. The mark can be anything such as a stamp, a check mark an X etc.
The program works by monitoring file folders and when a file arrives the program looks in a specified location and counts the black and white pixels. If the black pixels are above a specific percentage the file is split. Each input folder has rules assigned to it to allow multiple users to use the same or different location for mark placement and output.
Mark Separator can be started via a command line so that it can be loaded like a service. It is not a true service, however it can be loaded at startup with no user logged on.
All input files must be G4 (black and white) tiff images. The output can be tiff images or PDFs.
Page Separator, Page Separation, Mark Separation, File Separation