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[filmscanners] Re: Memory requirement for PC with scanner

That's how I normally scan. The scanner is on an underpowered machine and
saves the scans across the network to my editing machine.  Slower to scan,
but editing while scanning is much, much faster.  I think 128MB would be too
low, even to scan, but 256Mb would be OK.  For that matter, memory is so
cheap, I'd add more even to that machine.



If a pc is used just for scanning (using some bundled software, eg.
silverscan) would it scan as well if it has limited memory eg. 128 or 256Mb?

Final image manipulation would be done on a different box with as much
as necessary.


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