TWAIN SANE is a free TWAIN datasource for Mac OS X that aquires images using the SANE backend libraries. The SANE backend libraries provide access to a large range of scanners connected through SCSI or USB.
TWAIN SANE works with a HP SCSI scanner, and many people have reported success with a large number of different scanners.
The feedback from users have helped the SANE developers to fix problems with various back-ends, so with each release of the SANE back-ends more and more of the Mac OS X specific problems have been solved.
The TWAIN SANE Interface is provided as a binary package and as source code. To use the interface you only have to install the binary package. Before installing the TWAIN SANE Interface package you should install the libusb and the sane-backends binary packages.
There is also a optional SANE Preference Pane package available, which makes it easier to configure the sane-backends drivers. If you don't install this package you can still configure the sane-backends using a text editor in the Terminal.
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· First version compiled for MacOS X 10.8 Mountain Lion
· Packages compiled using the following SDKs: 10.7, 10.8