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Re: filmscanners: Batchscanning with vuescan
le 15/05/01 18:33, Dr. Bernhard Malle à firstname.lastname@example.org a
> I am using Vuescan for scanning negatives and dia slides. As I am scanning
> many negatives, I have tried to use the batch scanning
> features (scan several rolls of negatives, saving the raw data and later
> make the "real scan" from the data saved ont he disk).
> Unfortunately the red color on the negatives sometimes gets so bright, that
> I cannot use the result any more.
I've got exactly the same problem with an HPS20 and Vuescan 6.xxx
Just try to use Vuescan version 7.019 or newer.
Ed Hamrick discovered a bug in earlier 7.xx versions and things are going
much better for me now.
I was busy and therefore just made a quick test last WE, reds might still
sometimes be too strong but not burnt anymore. A small correction in
photoshop did the job when needed.
BTW Ed wrote yesterday that saved rawfiles are "bugfree".
Let me know your new results.
>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.
Interesting. I always work with saved rawfiles and also noticed that. I
guess it's a problem for Ed: I still think the oversaturated reds we found
in scanning negs came from another earlier Vuescan pb.