VueScan is a replacement for the software that came with your scanner. Over 10 million people have downloaded VueScan since it was first released in 1998. Whether you are looking for more advanced features that your scanner vendor doesn’t provide, or your scanner vendor no longer supports your scanner, VueScan 9 helps you get the most out of your scanner.
- Compatible with over 1850 Scanners
- VueScan 9 is compatible with over 1850 different scanners so chances are it will work with yours too. You can also check this list of supported scanners to make sure, or download the trial and see for yourself.
- VueScan Mobile for iPad and iPhone
- If you have an iPad or iPhone, you can use VueScan Mobile Free for scanning. This is a completely free program that’s available in the app store.
- Works on Windows, Mac, and Linux
- VueScan 9 works on Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux. Many scanner vendors will stop supporting a scanner and it will stop working on a new operating system. VueScan 9 solves that problem and lets you use your old scanner again.
- Outputs scans in a variety of formats
- VueScan 9 can output scanned documents, photos, and film in PDF, JPEG, TIFF formats. It can also recognize text using OCR. It can also create multi-page pdfs using both flatbed scanners and scanners with automatic document feeders
- Great for Beginner and Pro Users
- We built VueScan so that two completely different types of users can use it. Guide Me mode guides you step by step through the scanner process. The Advanced mode lets you unlock powerful features to have complete control over your scan
- Constantly Updated
- We update VueScan every few weeks and with the Standard Edition you get free upgrades for a year. If you purchase the Professional Edition you get free upgrades for life. We are constantly adding new features and adding support for new scanners.
- Increased number of bits in TIFF and Raw files with multi-sampling and size reduction
- Fixed problem with hangs after some Windows installs
- Fixed problem with ‘Overview’ and ‘Cropped area’ not both updating when ‘Input | Media’ changed