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[filmscanners] RE: scanning for web or preview

Ed Verkaik writes ...

> Can someone tell me what you do for this situation? Let's say you're in
> a pinch to get a submission of jpegs for review to someone. You have no
> masters scanned already. You only need 72dpi, 4x6" for that purpose. Do
> you scan at that size, or go larger and downsize?  Are there any quality
> issues that matter either way, if just for review?  (I don't have time
> to do full masters for this, but still want the images to look decent.)

  For best results pixels 72ppi pixels should be interpolated (created from
surrounding pixels). The only scanning software I am aware of, which
interpolates rather than grabs is Vuescan.  ("grabbing" being scanning at
high speed).

  I would scan at (least) 3x the resolution you really need, and intepolate
to 72ppi.

cheerios ... shAf  :o)
Avalon Peninsula, Newfoundland
www.micro-investigations.com (in progress)

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