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[filmscanners] RE: Minolta Multi Pro, ICE and Vuescan rawfiles



I use a Minolta Dimage 5400 and I don't think the IR channel information can be 
saved so you cannot use IR when 'scanning' 
from file.

I think the time to do this is at first scan anyway so that the raw file you 
save is as good as it can be.

Peter



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Original Message

Hi all

I use a  two steps workflow inside Vuescan (MMP/MacOSX) :

1) scan my color negs and save  rawfiles
2) "scan" these rawfiles later and save 48bits Tiffs

I'd like to save the infraredchannel in step1 (64bit file) and then
choose in step2 the right IR filter options for each picture
(None/light/medium/heavy)

I must have misunderstood something, as it doesn't work for me.

Ed's manual (an old one?) tells the IR filter is calculated in the
first step when you choose to save the Rawfile.
Sounds strange to me ( no more reason to save a 64bit Raw in this case).

Can somebody help?
(I hope some of you remain online in summertime ;-))

Thanks and best regards.

Didier

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