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Table Of Contents

Preface
Using this book
VueScan – Look and Feel
1.1 Field of application
CMOS scanners
1.2 Compatibility and license issues
Flexible licensing regulations
Standard vs. Professional Edition
Try before you buy
1.3 VueScan GUI
Guide me – Beginner’s mode
Advanced/Less – Extended mode
Advanced/More – Full display of all options
1.4 Dependencies – Automatic GUI changes
Dependencies are the key factor
Frequent GUI changes
1.5 Saving and restoring options
Reset to default values
Initial Setup
2.1 Download and setup
2.2 Color management in a nutshell
Before and after profling
2.6 Printer profling for true color output
Film profling for color negatives
Embedding existing ICC profles
Resolution and Scanning
3.1 Talking about resolution: SPI, DPI, PPI, and absolute pixels
3.2 SPI: Adjusting sampling quality
SPI is the correct denomination
Determining the original size
Selecting scanning resolution
Avoid interpolated resolution
3.3 DPI: Output size in print
3.4 PPI: Output size on screen
Index fle – All images in overview
4.2 TIFF – Lossless but capacious
Output ▶ TIFF multi page
Output ▶ TIFF size reduction
Output ▶ TIFF compression
4.3 JPEG – Compressing images
High compression results in visible quality decline
Good choice for economical scanning
JPEG 2000
4.4 PDF – Versatile document format
Facsimile vs. archival scanning
The perfect electronic document
5.1 Transmissive media – Color slide (E6)
5.2 Transmissive media – Kodachrome slide (K14)
5.3 Transmissive media – Color negative (C41)
5.4 Transmissive media – Black-and-white negative
5.5 Refective media – Paper documents
Skipping color information for smaller fles
5.6 Refective media – Scanning paper prints
Rasterization in books, magazines and newspaper scans
5.7 The originals: To dump or not to dump?
About the value of analog originals
Special Scanning Techniques
6.1 Multiscanning
6.2 Multi-exposure
HDR for scanners
2x multiscan automatically included
6.3 Scanner exposure
6.4 Descreening
Scanning Workfows
7.1 General workfow suggestions
Input tab
Crop tab
Filter tab
Color tab
Output tab
7.2 Clever use of output size reduction
Image editing: VueScan vs. Photoshop
7.3 Generic RAW scanning workfow
Archiving in RAW
Mandatory confguration steps before scanning RAW
7.7 Photo prints – Scanning printed images
7.8 Color slides – Scanning E6 and K14 transparencies
7.10 Black-and-white negatives – Classic and chromogenic flm
7.9 Color negatives – Scanning C41 negatives
8Reference – Input Tab
9Reference – Crop Tab
10Reference – Filter Tab
11Reference – Color Tab
12Reference – Output Tab
13Reference – Prefs Tab
14.1 File menu
14.2 Edit menu
14.3 Scanner menu
14.4 Profle menu
14.5 Image menu
14.6 Page menu
14.7 Help menu
14.8 Troubleshooting
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The VueScan Bible: Everything You Need to Know for Perfect Scanning

The VueScan Bible: Everything You Need to Know for Perfect Scanning

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VueScan is the world's most widely used software interface for digitizing film and prints on flatbed and film scanners. This powerful yet affordable program supports over 1500 scanners and 321 digital camera RAW file types, and is available for Mac OS X, Windows, and Linux.

Much more than a simple scanner program, VueScan allows you to perform functions such as color restoration, adding sharpening filters, adjusting white balance, rotating images, and batch scanning multiple images. It also provides output to a variety of formats including TIFF, JPEG, and searchable PDF files (even all three simultaneously). The Pro version outputs to the RAW format and provides options for color adjustments, and more.

Despite its popularity, the documentation for VueScan does not provide enough information to use the full power of the system and makes it difficult to get started. The VueScan Bible is the missing manual for new, experienced, and prospective users of VueScan.

VueScan is the world's most widely used software interface for digitizing film and prints on flatbed and film scanners. This powerful yet affordable program supports over 1500 scanners and 321 digital camera RAW file types, and is available for Mac OS X, Windows, and Linux.

Much more than a simple scanner program, VueScan allows you to perform functions such as color restoration, adding sharpening filters, adjusting white balance, rotating images, and batch scanning multiple images. It also provides output to a variety of formats including TIFF, JPEG, and searchable PDF files (even all three simultaneously). The Pro version outputs to the RAW format and provides options for color adjustments, and more.

Despite its popularity, the documentation for VueScan does not provide enough information to use the full power of the system and makes it difficult to get started. The VueScan Bible is the missing manual for new, experienced, and prospective users of VueScan.

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Publish date: Jun 15, 2011
Added to Scribd: Aug 16, 2011
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