is an established scan software for digitising, post processing and electronic publishing of all kinds of bound and printed materials.
Overhead-, flatbed-, document- and microfilm scanners, copiers as well as digital cameras can be controlled via a uniform user interface. The results of scan processes can be transferred seamlessly to the workflow management system MyBib eDoc® or the presentation system MyBib eL®.
Since 2015 there are NEW BCS-2® scan software versions with BCS-2® Express and BCS-2® Professional, these are perfectly tailored for the respective applications and will gradually replace the classic variant.
Example of a BCS-2® Classic user interface
<a href=”#Application_areas”>Application areas </a>
creating digitised data
scanning in self-service areas of libraries, archives and public institutions via touchscreen
publishing on the Internet/Intranet
connection to e-mail systems
connection to CMS, DMS, archive and workflow management systems
<a href=”#Advantages”>Advantages </a>
uniform user interface for controlling a multitude of scanners and cameras
order-based management and processing of scan jobs
<a href=”#Features_and_functions”>Features and functions</a>
user defined scan formats
batch scanning of document batches, chapters or books
black border removal and deskew
automatic rotation after scanning
zooming, rotating, inverting
adoption of cut-outs or all images in other Windows applications
thumbnails to display all scans of a scan order in a small format
format adaptation of different original sizes to a target format
flexible cropping, masking and page splitting
MAPI interface for emailing and faxing of scanned documents directly from BCS-2®
multi scan module for the connection of multiple scanners
format converter for GIF, PNG, JPEG, TIFF
scan profiles for different types printed material
single print or print of entire jobs as well as print parallel to scan
allocation of individual watermarks
Original image: In the original image the original is set very oblique. The ImageSuite calculates the book fold and outline of the submittal (dotted line). The image is then cropped based on these lines.
Result: Result of the operation are two individually cropped images.