Whether you need to scan a single page or a hundred page book, VueScan has the tools to help you.
Do you have boxes full of photos in a drawer? Use VueScan to get them on your computer, and off your to-do list.
Scan with Flatbed and Automatic Document Feeders (ADF)
Scan to JPEG or TIFF
Preset photo sizes
Scan multiple photos on the flatbed
Automatic file naming
VueScan is the ultimate tool for all your film and slide scanning needs.
Works with almost all film/slide scanners
Scan to JPEG/TIFF/RAW
Infrared Dust Removal
There are two main ways that you can scan on Linux. The first is to use a scanner that is supported by the SANE project. SANE supports many scanners (to varying degrees) and you may be able to scan perfectly fine just with this. SANE has a command line version and also many graphical front ends.
If you aren’t able to get your scanner working with SANE - you might try downloading VueScan. VueScan includes over 6000 scanner drivers, many of which are not supported by the SANE project.
Yes! Linux has many scanner software options. The most commercial option is VueScan - scanner software used by over 900,000 users around the world. It supports many scanners that aren’t supported by the SANE project.
Now it's your turn to bring your scanner back to life - and keep it out of the landfillDownload VueScan