|| Kooka is a raster image scan program|
for KDE 3
In KDE SC 4.x it is replaced by a built-in scanning utility and by Skanlite. A KDE SC 4 version of Kooka is still being developed.
Kooka is an intuitive, easy to use open source GNU/Linux scan program.
It is the scan application of choice for the KDE platform and thus it is official part of the KDE Graphics Package.
Gallery mode viewing a scan
- Scanner support using the SANE library.
- Handling of the important scanner options like resolution, mode, threshold etc. in a user friendly dialog.
- Preview- and final scanning
- Interactive and automatic scan area selection on a preview pane.
- Image Storage
- The save assistant helps you to find the correct image format for your purpose and creates a filename for you automatically.
- Images are stored in the gallery - no need to find a folder to save for every test scan.
- The Image Gallery
- A treeview organised place where your images are stored.
- Create and remove folders to organise your image collections.
- Intelligent zooming for best viewing comfort.
- Basic image manipulation functions like rotating, cropping and more.
- Image printing in original and custom size.
- Correct handling of picky tiff images like multipage tiffs.
- Drag and drop with other KDE applications.
- Kooka supports GOCR, an open source ocr project.
- Kooka works with KADMOS, a commercial OCR/ICR toolbox.
- Kooka interfaces Ocrad, a Free Software OCR program.
- KDE Scan Service
- The libkscan provides a user friendly scan service to all other KDE applications which want to use it.
- Currently the KOffice Application and KView support it.
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