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Re: filmscanners: Vuescan: "device RGB"



From: "shAf" <michael@shaffer.net> To: "Filmscanners"
<Filmscanners@halftone.co.uk> Sent: Tuesday, March 27, 2001 10:22 PM



> Has anyone figured out how to use this color space option??  VS's
> help file implies the resulting color space will be that of the
> "device", BUT the profile is not embedded.  How would you convert to a
> Photoshop editing work space if the 'from' device space is not known
> or embedded??
> I was hoping this option would have allowed me to select an actual
> ICM which came with the scanner, or had been empirically created.  It
> would seem to be the best color space for archiving the original scan.
> Actually, the Vuescan 'raw' scan is always the best choice for
> archiving ... but not necessarily for everyone.  The use of this
> option is a mystery.

I think it is a nice option. Because you are able to use the scannerprofiles
(neg. and trans.) that came with your scannersoftware when you bought the
scanner. In my case Minolta Dual ll. Maybe it is not better than what VS
can, but at least you can try it and for some it is better.

Don't make it a mystery :)

Regards, Mark






 




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