Twain: Abbreviation for "Technology without an interesting name ": "Technology without an interesting one Names ". TWAIN refers to an interface that enables the transmission of Scans or digital camera images in Image editing programs enabled. TWAIN is a 1992 standard for the exchange of Aldus, Eastman-Kodak, Hewlett-Packard and Logitech Data between image input devices (Scanners, digital cameras, ...) and Programs for Microsoft Windows and Apple Macintosh. This standard allows that an image processing program Data from any image input device accept and on the other hand an image input device can work with all image processing programs as long as everyone adhere to the TWAIN standard. isimSoftware Ism.Scan.Client-Twain offers two options for controlling the scanner: Use of the scanner software from the scanner manufacturer. Twain 1.9 protocol and own template management. Integrated viewer. All scanned images are shown as an overview and as Represents single image. The overall view can be freely in their representation are scaled. After scanning fine adjustments can be made to the images here.
WIA: WIA 1.0 and 2.0 are supported. Windows Image Acquisition WIA is a software interface integrated in newer Microsoft operating system versions for controlling cameras and scanners at operating system level.