That is my understanding - consecutively numbered files only.
The work-around would be to (temporarily) rename them so that all 3 sets are
consecutively numbered - a program such as CKRename (freeware) at
will do this on a PC, and when you finish you can rename them back to what you
----- Original Message -----
From: "Mike Bloor" <email@example.com>
Sent: Thursday, November 01, 2001 3:14 PM
Subject: Re: filmscanners: Bulk scanning with Vuescan
| Maris V. Lidaka, Sr. wrote:
| >"You can later batch-process these raw files by changing the "Device|Scan
| >from" option to "Disk", and set the "Device|Frame numbers" option to
| >1-N. For instance, if you produce raw files named scan0001.tif,
| >scan0002.tif, ..., scan098.tif, you can re-scan all these files without
| >needing to insert the film again by setting the frame numbers to 1-98 and
| >then using the "Scan" button."
| I am doing this at the moment, but as I understand it, this will only let
| me handle consecutively numbered files. If I have, say, three films -
| 1024-01.TIF to 1024-36.TIF
| 1025-01.TIF to 1025-36.TIF
| 1026-01.TIF to 1026-36.TIF
| I have to initiate three separate Vuescan jobs. I would like to leave a
| PC running overnight to process up to 200 frames at a time, without having
| to rename all the scans to do it.
| Mike Bloor