What is TWAIN?

TWAIN is a protocol and Application Programming Interface (API) that standardizes communication between an application and image acquisition devices such as scanners and digital cameras. This standard allows a developer to make standard calls to any image acquisition device that supports TWAIN. Thus the application would not have to be rewritten to support every device. TWAIN has been in existence since 1992 and is governed by the TWAIN Working Group.

The following Dynamsoft image acquisition SDKs are all based on TWAIN protocol.

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