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[filmscanners] RE: VS vs. NS Cleaning



Thanks for the GIMP tip, Erik. I've tried using GIMP (WinXP), but I guess
I'm addicted to PS. In my hands the filters you mention in either one don't
reduce those fine residual dust&scratches artifacts left after IR cleaning
without unacceptable softening.

I posted my results with VS7.3.9 to this group because it seemed to have
cured the IR cleaning problem it had with previous versions. In fact I
thought VS did an excellent job with the Kodachrome in my example, as did
NS's 'normal' ICE, but that NS was a little better, without significant
softening. NS's 'fine' ICE cleans beautifully, but does soften
significantly, though.

Happy New Year!
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-szt
Stephen Z. Turney

From: filmscanners_owner@halftone.co.uk
[mailto:filmscanners_owner@halftone.co.uk]On Behalf Of
erik.kaffehr@swipnet.se
Subject: [filmscanners] VS vs. NS Cleaning

Hi!

I think that both Vuescan and Digital ICE don't work very well with
Kodachrome slides, which has also been stated many times. As far as I know
Digital ICE softens the image, while Vuescan does not. So I'd suggest that
applying som additional filter (dust and scratches) in Photoshop may help. I
use GIMP (under Linux) mostly, which has a Despeckle filter which, according
to my experince, is much superior to 'dust and scratches' in PhotoShop.

Best regards

Erik

fredagen den 28 december 2001 21.46 skrev du:
> ok, here's the comparison of VS v NS using the LS4000ED, with positive and
> negative examples:
>       http://members.home.net/szturn/
> It seems to me that VueScan wins hands down for color fidelity and overall
> image quality, but NikonScan is ever so slightly better than VS for IR
> cleaning, especially for (positive) slides. Personally I'm staying with VS
> for everything unless a slide is very dirty, in which case I'll use NS and
> spend the time trying to match VS's color fidelity in PS.

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