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[filmscanners] Re: What can you advise?



1) Are you using the PS plug in or the stand alone (they have different
features)

2) did you read the read me file which gives some basics on setting the
stand alone variables?

3) In the stand alone, most of the tools are very simple forms of PS
style tools.

4)  If you think its a bit confusing now, you should have seen the first
beta versions.  I tried to get a much more logical "human interface" put
on it, but financial resources ran low at that time so it was released
in a somewhat rawer state than I'd liked to have seen....

If you can use the PS plug in, it work for most situations, with few
adjustments.  The stand alone is more of a manual approach, but has more
features.

Art



Preston Earle wrote:

> "Bernie Kubiak" <bkubiak@attbi.com> commented:
> "The Polaroid dust and scratch removal software is about as easy to use
> as you can get.
> -------------------------
>
> Can you give me some guidance on the Polaroid DSR filter settings. I've
> tried it a couple of times and can't make much sense from it. ("Help" is
> probably very clear once a guy understands how to work the program.)
>
> Preston Earle
> PEarle@triad.rr.com
>
>
>
>


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