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Image Outside Recommended Settings Error

When Remark Test Grading Edition detects problems while recognizing a processed image, the Image Outside Recommended Settings window appears. This window lets you know that the software has detected one or more of the following issues:

Resolution Too High or Low: We recommend scanning at a resolution of 200-300 DPI (dots per inch). You set this property on your scanner prior to scanning. If Remark Test Grading Edition detects a resolution outside of these boundaries, the software alerts you. A resolution that is too low will likely yield inaccurate results. A resolution that is too high will slow down processing. You may wish to cancel the current operation and rescan forms at a resolution within the recommended boundaries. If you are scanning within Remark Test Grading Edition, you can show the scanner's interface and initiate a scan to check the settings. If you are scanning outside of Remark Test Grading Edition you will need to check your scanner's documentation to learn how to adjust the resolution.

Resolution Mismatch: The horizontal and vertical resolutions are different. You can set a resolution when scanning, and the same resolution should apply both horizontally and vertically. Check your scanner's settings to ensure the same resolution is being used both horizontally and vertically. If you are scanning within Remark Test Grading Edition, you can show the scanner's interface and initiate a scan to check the settings. If you are scanning outside of Remark Test Grading Edition you will need to check your scanner's documentation to learn how to adjust the resolution.
 
Image Color: We recommend scanning in black and white, as it is fastest and creates a smaller image. If you scan in color or grayscale, processing slows down because Remark Test Grading Edition needs to convert the image to black and white to recognize it. You may wish to cancel the current operation and rescan forms in black and white. If you are scanning within Remark Test Grading Edition, you can show the scanner's interface and initiate a scan to check the settings. If you are scanning outside of Remark Test Grading Edition you will need to check your scanner's documentation to learn how to scan in black and white.

When this message appears, it is a warning only. We strongly recommend that you stop the process and correct the problem before trying to read the set of forms. You have three options:

Continue: Click the CONTINUE button if you want to continue processing
without making any adjustments (not recommended).
Ignore Page: Click the IGNORE PAGE button if you want to skip just the current page being processed and attempt to read the next page. Use this option if you think a single image is problematic but the rest of the batch is within the recommendations.
End Read: Click the END READ button if you think the entire batch of forms is problematic. Determine the issue (as described above) and then rescan the forms with the recommended settings.

Tip: If you want to apply your choice to all subsequent pages that are processed in the read session, mark the checkbox for Remember my decision.

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