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RE: filmscanners: AcerScanwit



That is total time to scan FOUR images, not just one. So it is about 56
seconds extra for Digital ICE per image. If you've done any touchup with an
image editor, you'll probably agree, it is a small price to pay. Plus, when
you are talking about finger prints or film defects (yes, brand new film
that has been painstakingly processed usually has defects), Digital ICE
removes defects you might not even see to remove with an editor. Many times
images look better after Digital ICE even though you can't identify specific
defects.

Jack Phipps
Applied Science Fiction

-----Original Message-----
From: Collin Ong [mailto:collin@pcocd2.intel.com]
Sent: Wednesday, April 04, 2001 11:45 AM
To: 'filmscanners@halftone.co.uk'
Subject: RE: filmscanners: AcerScanwit


On Wed, 4 Apr 2001, Jack Phipps wrote:

> total times to scan the four images.  Images were gathered using a 600MHz
> Pentium III computer with 512MB RAM.
> 
>                                       w/o ICE w/ICE      ICE time factor
> 
> Auto Preview                  73 sec. 138 sec.        1.89 X  
> Scan 300 dpi (High Speed)     102 sec.        225 sec.        2.21 X  
> Scan 2700 dpi (High Speed)    155 sec.        350 sec.        2.26 X  
> Scan 2700 dpi (High Quality)  155 sec.        369 sec.        2.38 X  

Jack, thanks for following up with the data.  I'm shocked at the 6 min, 9
sec scan time with ICE at high quality.  I'm wondering how this compares
to other ICE-enabled scanners, because that scan time would be intolerable
for me at least.

Collin




 




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