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RE: filmscanners: Scanner resolution &File Sizes

Rafe wrote:

>35 mm images are about 60 Mbytes (24 bit color.)
>645 images are about 160-170 Mbytes (24 bit color.)

That stands to reason, given the larger size. I'm wondering if there is a 
program that would save both a TIFF and a much smaller JPEG file to HD, and 
index them according film strip, date scanned and frame#. Then one could 
select the best TIFFs and dump the weak ones, but still have good references 
for future work.

If there isn't, it's just an idea and I don't believe too thoroughly in 
"Intellectual Property"--so feel free to run with it, anyone. If I were a 
better programmer, I'd start on it tomorrow, and wouldn't have mentioned it 
today. (I might not believe in IP, but I'm not stupid, either! ;-) )

Best regards--LRA
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