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Re: filmscanners: VueScan Question



On Tue, 5 Jun 2001 05:11:56 EDT, you wrote:

>The exact same CCD and A/D converter is used to scan the
>image in infrared and visible light.  The only difference between
>the two scan passes is which lamp is turned on.

I've just purchased an LS-2000 and am clambering up the learning
curve.   My workflow currently is
1. Make index file, turning on raw scans as well, filter off.
2. Select negs to scan, preview from Disk, 
3. crop then scan from Disk.

I noticed a deep scratch in one of my negs, so I turned on Light Clean
in the Filter tab and scanned from Disk again.

The scratch disappeared.

So I suppose my question is: if Clean is None on the Filter tab, is
there any IR channel information in the raw scan? or did Vuescan
remove the scratch via its internal algorithims?

Yuri.




 




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