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[filmscanners] Re: VS 7.5 grain removal (was Vuescan 7.5.b15: problemwith batchprocessing.)

Bob Shomler wrote:
> >Yep, I also still have the 7.1.24 and 7.2.7, the last version
> >before the exposure locks were introduced
> >...
> >Vuescan's grain removal in 7.5 has improved indeed.
> >... This grain removal
> >improvement in Vuescan is thus a very valuable improvement but it
> >comes at a price which is not acceptable. Nikon's hardware
> >implementation in the roll film adapter SA-30 ejects the film after
> >some undocumented amount of minutes.  A scan at 4000dpi, size
> >reduction 5 and medium grain removal takes now 11-12 minutes on a
> >333Mhz Pentium with 384Mbytes and the film gets ejected after every
> >single scan...
> For those frames where you wish to apply 7.5's improved grain removal
> process you might scan them with the older vuescan release, saving the
> raw files, then scan those raw files from disk on 7.5.

This is a good idea. I was not thinking about the saving of raw files
and processing them using a later version Vuescan.



> --
> Bob Shomler
> http://www.shomler.com/

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