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[filmscanners] Re: Vuescan processing/ saving times



Hi!

I have taken a reading on 57.5 MByte slide and total scanning time was ca. 70
second. Just saving the image takes 19s.

Without filtering               19 s
With grain reduction    52 s

"Saving" includes a lot of filtering and color space corrections I think....


My computer is Athlon 900 MHz
512 MByte ram PC 133
OS Mandrake Linux 8.1

Vuescan vesion (for test) VS 7.5.11

Scanner Minolta Dimage Scan Multi (original version)
Slide Fujichrome Sensia 135
2820 PPI 16 bit/channel

Scanner does not support IR cleaning.

Best regards

Erik Kaffehr




onsdag 10 april 2002 05:40 skrev du:
> I am finding that the time required to save a 54meg 16bit image is getting
> overlong at about 2mins 40sec. This is the time after the scanner has
> stopped when Vuescan says processing crop x. My computer is a PII 266 with
> 256MB with a ATA66 drive which is well tuned and defragged. Finally my
> question - what sort of saving times are you guys achieving with your 1GHZ+
> machines with Vuescan - so I can make a decision on its replacement.
> Obviously 36x 2m 40s on top of the pre scanning prep is a long time wasted
> while Vuescan refuses to do the next scan until it has finished the
> previous.
>
> Regards
>
> Philip Elkin
>
>
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