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[filmscanners] scanning for web or preview

  • To: lexa@lexa.ru
  • Subject: [filmscanners] scanning for web or preview
  • From: "Ed Verkaik" <verkaik@sympatico.ca>
  • Date: Sat, 29 Mar 2003 00:34:27 -0500
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My usual practice when scanning for agencies or archive is to go the
limit - 16bit at maxres. When you downsize these files properly for
screen viewing (by a client) or for web, they look fine.  Now, what if I
wanted to only scan for these purposes directly without first making an
archive m,ster? Is the result noticeable? If any of you need quick scans
to show as lowres proofs (and do not yet have a hires master) then do
you make the master first or just scan it smaller right away?  What
size/resolution? One way takes more time but gets that master done for
future use. The other is much faster but any spotting, etc. is wasted if
you need something bigger later. BTW, do you bother spotting small files
at all if they're just for preview?

Ed Verkaik

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