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[filmscanners] Re: VueScan IR cleaning



Howard, I don't know about the post-processing query, but as for the
regular VS Clean mode, yes you need to go with 64 bit RGBI. Ed says its
effectiveness requires the best data it can get, and it does seem to work
at least as well as ICE. You don't have to save the huge file after the
scan is done, you can archive in a less bulky mode, so no great harm done.
It just takes a little longer to scan, but lots less than cloning out the mess.
Hersch

At 07:02 AM 03/11/2002 -0500, you wrote:
>I have a bit of uncertainty regarding using the Canon FS4000 IR cleaning
>(FARE) with VueScan.  Do you need to scan in the 64RGBI mode and then choose
>IR Cleaning from the 'Filter' page, or can the scan be done at any bit depth
>ie 24 or 48 bit RGB?  Also, I assume that you can decide to apply the IR
>cleaning or not by changing the setting on the 'Filter' page even after the
>scan is done, to see if one likes the effect or not, is that correct?
>Thanks.
>
>Howard
>HMSDOC@aol.com
>
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