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[filmscanners] RE: dpi - formerly PS sharpening

> >What on earth are you talking about?  Where do you set the DPI
> of the scan?
> I'm not Anthony, but on every piece of scanning software I've owned -
> all three of them!  ;-)   (HP, CanoScan and Vuescan)  Even Vuescan
> calls it dpi.  I'm aware, from reading www.scantips.com that ppi is
> perhaps the correct terminology, but dpi seems to be standard usage.

Hi Ken,

I understand.  The comment was specifically about saving the file...and you
don't save dots, you save pixels.  The file, according to PS, is N pixels in
width, by M pixels in height.

After you scan, what does Viewscan show for units?  How about when you want
to re-size the image?



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