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[filmscanners] Re: Ice cubed



Since dICE, the scratch and dust part of the process, requires an IR
channel be used, the simple answer is it can't be used in scanners
without one. Also, ASF has indicated it is a pretty hands on process to
get everything working, as the characteristics of the firmware and
software need to be fine tuned to the scanner's IR channel.

However, don't lower your expectations on the Polaroid products by any
means, the Polaroid "elves" are busy whipping up some new tricks which
just might make the cost of dICE less attractive (both in terms of cost
of money and time) and what they have in mind will not require you to
upgrade your hardware.

ROC and GEM are all done is software, so they can be made to work with
any scanner, and in fact, as you likely know, Ed Hamrick has his own
versions of color return and grain suppression software written into
Vuescan.

Art

tsmithers@cix.co.uk wrote:

 > Anyone know if ASF are likely to be releasing a stand alone version of
 > ICE, ROC & GEM in the near future....or better still an integrated
version
 > for the Polaroid SS120
 >
 > Trevor S
 >
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