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Skanlite

Skanlite
Developer(s) Kåre Särs
Operating system Cross-platform
Platform KDE Platform
Available in Multilingual
License GPL v2
Website /skanlite/graphics/applications.org.kdewww

Skanlite is a simple image scanning application that does nothing more than scan and save images, based on the KSane backend.[1] Skanlite can open a save dialog for every image scanned or save the images immediately in a specified directory with auto-generated names and format. The user can also choose to show the scanned image before saving. Skanlite replaced Kooka in KDE 4.[2]

Skanlite is based on libksane, an interface provided by KDE for SANE libraries to control flat scanners.[3] It also works with networked scanners.[4]

Images formats

Skanlite can save images in the following formats:[4]

  • jpeg, jpg, png, bmp, ppm, xbm, xpm.

See also

References

  1. ^ Skanlite, Kde.org, retrieved 2012-08-23 
  2. ^ Kooka, Userbase.kde.org, 2012-06-10, retrieved 2012-08-23 
  3. ^ Skanlite handbook, Docs.kde.org, 2011-11-29, retrieved 2012-08-23 
  4. ^ a b Skanlite, Docs.kde.org, 2011-11-29, retrieved 2012-08-23 


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