DjVu Conversion Services
LizardTech's DjVuTm is a technology that uses a combination of
pattern recognition and advanced compression techniques to produce
electronic documents from scanned images.
After a full evaluation of this technology,
we have come to the following conclusion:
DjVu will replace PDF as the dominant technology for delivery of scanned documents over the web!
The reasons for this are:
- Greatly reduced file size.
- Greatly reduced conversion costs for color or grayscale documents.
- Higher OCR accuracy.
- Better rendering quality for most images.
- Free plug-in for Netscape and Internet Explorer.
- Integrates better with web browsers than PDF.
We were the first major service bureau to offer DjVu services!
Visit our DjVu sample page.
Is DjVu right for your project? See our guide.
To request a DjVu sample for your project, contact us.
- LizardTech.com - LizardTech's Home Page.
- DjVu Zone - Useful DjVu information/hints/links.
- DjVuLibre - open source DjVu software by the original developers.
- The 1911 Century Dictionary CD-ROM* 10,000 pages. Now on CD! New!
- The 1902 Sears Catalog* on CD-ROM New!
- The 1880 Knight's American Mechanical Dictionary*Free!
- The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America*
- 12 CD set of journals from 1929 thru 2001.
- Aero Products 2004 Catalog*
- Aeronautical Accessories catalog in DjVu and PDF.
- Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems*
- The American Society of Mechanical Engineers*
- Commemorative brochures of ASME landmarks.
- Archive.NewYorker.Com - the complete archives of the New Yorker in DjVu on DVD, exactly as it appeared in print in full color. Search and browse headlines, art work, ads, and cartoons, or zoom in on a single page, for closer viewing.
- Art.Com - the leading website for art and framing sales.
- The Century Dictionary Online* - Massive! - Colossal! - don't try this in PDF!
- The Communication Institute for Online Scholarship*
- The Condor* - Journal of the Cooper Ornithological Society 1899 - 2000
- Corporate Reports* - an online provider of annual reports for the UK.
- Heritage Microfilm's Newspaper Archive - free, 355,869 pages of historic newspapers.
- DjVu Editions - free, Illustrated E-books of the World's Greatest Classics
- The Internet Archive - building an 'Internet Library'.
- Rutgers University Spectator Project* - Image Archive of Eighteenth-Century Periodicals.
- UMI's Early English Books Online
- Western Electric's 1916 Catalog & Yearbook*Free!
- Windjview - an open source stand-alone DjVu viewer.
Sites marked with * are Princeton Imaging Projects