I never claimed their examples had any aesthetic quality, but I do think the
software appears to be pretty impressive.
Save image 25 or 26 and see if you can get anywhere near the processed
example they show you.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Winsor Crosby" <email@example.com>
Sent: Tuesday, August 28, 2001 8:23 PM
Subject: Re: filmscanners: New auto adjust software on it's way
> >The software automatically enhances digital images.
> >Samples of what it can do here:
> >8,10,25,26 are little short of amazing. Some of the others are less
> >impressive (22 in particular looks wrong) hopefully there are still some
> >user controls.
> >This is presumably the software they used to spy on us from sattelites
> >hence is a pure digital system so it probably does nothing for dust,
> >scratches and grain :-(
> >P.S. It's probably a bit slow on Pentium Pro 200's
> That is one bunch of ugly photos, before and after.
> Winsor Crosby
> Long Beach, California