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[filmscanners] Re: Ice cubed

> >  >About a year ago, I saw a NASA website which was showing some filter or
> >>plug-in they had written that seemed to pull amazing information from
> >>images that seems almost obscured by smoke, lack of light, over or under
> >>exposure, etc.  They were over sharpened, from my perspective, but the
> >>coding for the contrast balancing and ability to lift detail out of
> >>something that looked like a nearly meaningless image was truly amazing.
> >>
> >>I don't know if this technology is anything like what ASF came up with,
> >>but if it is, its pretty mind-blowing stuff.
> >>
> >>Art
> >
> >
> >I don't suppose this latest software offering from ASF is that
> >sophisticated, though it does seem to work after a fashion, perhaps better
> >in some situations than others. I'll play around it some more before making
> >a decision on whether to buy or not.
> >
> >Tris
> >
>It should be very good at $50 a pop for a single plug in.
>Winsor Crosby

Agreed, the price is steep. I also notice ASF refuses to mention by name
other software that accepts their product line, such as Paint Shop Pro. I
wonder if Adobe owns a piece of the ASF action or has given money to ASF or
otherwise granted that company certain rights in exchange for this mum policy.

Anyway, I doubt I'll pop. Just wanted to give what feedback I could for
anyone wondering if the demo was even worth downloading.


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