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Re: filmscanners: Scratch the Gear Teeth Theory

This is a wild-ass guess, but maybe memory at the byte level isn't being
accessed or allocated or released properly, and what appears as a band is
the result of regular 'overflows'.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Austin Franklin" <darkroom@ix.netcom.com>

> > I've found something out.  Thanks to Howard Slavitt who suggested
> > to me that
> > the issue might actually be with the profile conversion I tried
> > some various
> > settings.  Heres what I have discovered.  If I make individual
> > to the RGB channels in Nikonscan the banding appears.  If I make no
> > adjustments, no banding.
> Now that's interesting.  How can adjusting a scanner profile have anything
> to do with banding?  Anyone got an good explanation for that?

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