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[filmscanners] Re: Mac Version of Polaroid's Dust and ScratchRemoval

On 06/01/03 19:00, "Winsor Crosby" <wincros@earthlink.net> wrote:

> On Monday, January 6, 2003, at 09:12  AM, Simon Lamb wrote:
>> It is there, just go down the page from the Windows version, it is
>> underneath.
>> Simon
> It is there, but it is corrupted. I get a corrupted file icon on it on
> each of two separate downloads. When StuffIt Expander operates on it
> stacks some my desktop icons and throws some of them off the screen. I
> had to go to the file system to see the lost files on the desktop, move
> them to the trash and then drag them out to get them back. The
> installer which was recovered this way seemed to work just fine.  We
> will see what happens when I try to use what was installed.

Not sure what the problem is there - it downloaded, unstuffed to the VISE
file and installed fine on my machine.  Only problem I encountered was when
it asked me to select the plug-ins folder for the PS7plug-in, it did not
show the Photoshop folder.  I had to install it elsewhere and copy it across
the PS 7.

It work pretty well on black and white and colour images, although it does
tend to diminish some highlights with the dust and scratch removal.  I tried
using a duplicate layer, applying it to that layer, and then using the
eraser tool to reconstitute from the layer below highlights that were lost.
That worked much better.  I didn't notice any appreciable amount of
softening of the image which was good.

Need to play with it some more but for a quick fix  for fine dust and
scratches it looks OK.  Bigger marks will still need the healing brush


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