Another thought - use your "usual procedure" and if the scan comes out right
save the settings (File-Save Options), then reload them for the Raw scan
The procedure Rob is thinking of may be to make your scan, then uncheck the
"Auto mask" box on the Color tab and adjust the "Mask red" you then see
until it's right. You can then save those new settings as well.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Rob Geraghty" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Tuesday, May 15, 2001 6:15 PM
Subject: RE: filmscanners: Batchscanning with vuescan
| Bernhard wrote:
| > I am using Vuescan for scanning negatives and dia slides.
| > Unfortunately the red color on the negatives sometimes
| > gets so bright, that I cannot use the result any more.
| I've mentioned excessively saturated reds with the LS30
| to Ed a couple of times.
| > If I am using the "usual" procedure instead for
| > scanning the negative one by one (not saving the raw
| > data), everything is working real fine.
| I forget the setting but there's a way in Vuescan to
| fix the exposure based on the first preview. Is this
| possibly what is happening?
| What version of Vuescan are you using?
| Try renaming the existing vuescan.ini and allowing the
| program to create a new default one. Then try a
| troublesome strip of film and see if it makes a
| difference. Also, try using a different colour space
| like Adobe RGB not sRGB.
| Rob Geraghty email@example.com