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[filmscanners] Re: VueScan 7.5 beta 8 Available



I'd agree if the additional memory mode for those purposes were a
selectable option. Those of us with scanners that don't need the option
would prefer to leave that one alone.
Hersch (a satisfied LS-30 user)

At 03:01 PM 02/05/2002 +0000, you wrote:
> >[snip stuff about Vuescan automatically ensuring that multiple-pass
> >scans are registered with each other by using some of Ed's clever
> >jiggery pokery].
> >
> >> I agree this is an excellent idea and something I'd really like to see
> >>  in Vuescan. My Dual Scan 2 can not really benefit from multiple passes
> >>  as the images are out of registration - though it's fairly low noise
> >>  I'd always like it to be better.
> >
> >This would be doable, but the problem is that it would require twice
> >as much memory - both passes would have to be buffered in memory
> >before checking the alignment.
>
>I'd personally be happy to trade off memory (even a lot of memory) if
>the multiple-pass function became useful to me. Maybe it could be
>another option?
>
>Lets face it, memory is pretty cheap right now - and nerds like us
>scanner folks probably already have loads of it just so we can scan
>and manipulate images anyway :-)
>
>Steve
>
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