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RE: filmscanners: SS40000 and pixilatted edges

Look at an image scanned at 4000DPI and see if you see the effect. If the
image looks good bring it into Photoshop and use bicubic interpolation to
reduce the image. It may be the data decimation used in the scanner is
causing the problem. If so the version of Insight that will be available
shortly has a bicubic option.

 -----Original Message-----
From:   Andy Darlow [mailto:andy@andydarlow.com] 
Sent:   Thursday, November 01, 2001 11:29 AM
To:     filmscanners@halftone.co.uk
Subject:        filmscanners: SS40000 and pixilatted edges

I'm curious why scans of very sharp transparencies are exhibiting 
somewhat pixilated edges when scanning at almost any resolution with 
my SS4000, Mac 9.1OS, Pismo powerbook and Polacolor Insight 5.0.3.

Has anyone else seen this?

Also, what is that low/high quality box doing under the scan tab near 
the ppi choice?


Andy Darlow


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