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Re: filmscanners: VueScan 7.1.26 Available



In a message dated 10/31/2001 12:41:16 PM EST, rarewolf@roadrunner.nf.net 
writes:

> When you originally removed this "feature" you put it into a context of
>  "having problems with it causing problems with color neutrality".
>  
>  (1)  Did you fix this? and ...

Yes.

>  (2)  How does Vuescan deal with color neutrality in general?

>    Presumably, these operations could be independently be applied to all
>  three channels if primarily applied(for example) to 'L' in "Lab" space, or
>  'L' in "HSL" space(?)  You have never mentioned using intermediate color
>  spaces ... without exposing Vuescan secrets, can you enlighten us?

VueScan does everything in RGB space, and simply applies a
power function to each channel (after transforming the color space
in linear color values to the output color space).

Regards,
Ed Hamrick




 




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