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[filmscanners] RE: dpi - formerly PS sharpening



Hi Ken,

> 2592x3888 pixels, 2720 dpi, 4x6inch, 22.7MB
>
> So it *is* saving a resolution in dpi

I believe it is simply calculating the DPI.  It's certainly easy enough to
do...  What file format are you talking about, BTW?

The numbers you gave above don't seem to "fit"...did you make those numbers
up, or is that from a resized image?  When you read the image back into
Viewscan (I assume you can do this), does it still have the dpi it was
scanned at, even after resizing?  How about images from another scanner?
There are many fields in a lot of the standard file formats that simply go
unused...and most people don't support.

I'll ask Ed about this...he's gotten quite busy these days, so I won't hold
my breath...

Regards,

Austin

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