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It is possible to perform Advanced TIFF Editor commands from the command line.

Command line string:

advtiffeditor.exe inputfilename /page=pagenumber /list=fileslist /twain-parameter=value /acquire /view /savefolder=folder /settings=your-settings /merge

- full name to input file (e.g "c:\example.tif")

- page number to load.

/list -
allows to load the list of files
- list of files (e.g. "c:\myfiles.txt")

/settings - allows to load the program settings (Settings | Export Settings)
- file with settings (e.g. "c:\mysettings.ini")

/merge - allows to merge files from the files list (/list parameters) and save as new file (/output parameter)
(e.g. /merge /list="c:\myfiles.txt" /output="c:\mynewfile.tif"

TWAIN parameters.

is the type of pixel data that a scanner is capable of acquiring.

Valid values are:
0 : Black & white (1 bit)
1 : Gray scale (8 bit)
2 : full RGB (24 bit)

(e.g. /twain-pixel-type=0 /acquire)


is the DPI (Dots per Inch) in the X-axis and Y-axis.

(e.g. /twain-dpi=200 /acquire)


If TwainDuplex
is 1, the scanner scans both sides of a paper; otherwise (0), the scanner will scan only one side.


If AutoFeed
is 1, the scanner will automatically feed the next page from the document feeder.


enables and 0 disables the Source's Auto-brightness function (if any).


value. Allowed range is -1000 to +1000.


value. Allowed range is -1000 to +1000.


is the gamma value of your scanner.

- is the left-top point of the rectangle to acquire measured in inches.
- is the right-bottom point of the rectangle to acquire measured in inches.

(e.g. /twain-size=(1;1;4.2;6.0) /acquire)

Name of a file received from the scanner.

( e.g. /twain-file-name="MyFile1.tif" )

/acquire - start the Acquire function at program starting

/print - this parameter allows to print selected file

/view - this parameter allows to disable all editing functions in the program.

- default folder for "Save" and "Export" commands

( e.g. /savefolder="c:\temp2\" )

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