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I was wondering if there was any software available that can read barcodes using the macs camera.

This is probably a weird thing to look for. Basically i want to be able to download the information from the Japanese barcodes as they usually do with their camera phones.

If anyone knows of such crazy software, please post here

a link as well would be appreciated.

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Easy Barcode Reader - USB barcode scanner for Mac and PC

How about a USB one?
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Delicious Library 2 reads barcodes and stores the info in a library format.

Go here for a much better explanation!

Delicious Library 2
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Delicious Library 2 reads barcodes and stores the info in a library format.

Go here for a much better explanation!

Delicious Library 2
Really cool, thats pretty much what I'm after. I just wish there was a freeware version
Delicious Library 2 is only $40, thats not bad, definitely getting it

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