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RE: filmscanners: VueScan 7.1.26 Available
Ed writes ...
> email@example.com writes:
> > I was hoping you had added panoramic functionality in
> > the following way: ...
> Yes, this is how it works. You scan the first frame of the
> panorama, set "Device|Lock exposure", then scan the rest
> of the frames of the panorama. I can't think of any way to
> make this simpler, but I'm open to suggestions.
I suppose my point (question) was ... how does just locking the exposure
make all panoramic frames accurate? That is, won't the "color" settings
also affect accuracy ... specifically the "white balance" control ... for
example, if Wb is set to "auto" and 1%, won't this affect the "brightness"
of all following frames (if they contain differing # of white pixels)???
I ask because I would like to know this: What if I photograph a color
reference card properly, and want Vuescan to scan this 1st frame properly
... One I find the proper white balance, how do I fix the "white balance"
for subsequent frams???