How does VueScan work?
VueScan does two different things: it scans an image, and then it processes the raw data from the scanner to produce a color-corrected image. These two things are done in steps, and it’s useful to understand each of the steps when scanning and processing.
What scanners does VueScan work with?
- Canon 8800F.
- Fujitsu ScanSnap S1500.
- Epson Perfection V600.
- Nikon CoolScan V ED.
- Epson Perfection V500.
- Canon 4400F.
- Nikon CoolScan 5000 ED.
- Canon LiDE 20.
How do I scan negatives with VueScan for colorperfect?
There are a few other settings that can be used when scanning negatives using film scanners – for example multi sampling or analog gains and those are discussed on our web page on using Vuescan for ColorPerfect. So let’s switch to the output tab. On the output tab make sure that all checkboxes other than RAW file are off.
Which VueScan software is best for creating linear scans?
Also watch our video tutorial on creating linear scans with Vuescan. Hamrick Software’s VueScan Professional is very well suited to create linear scans of slides and negatives since the professional version of VueScan features a special RAW output mode.
How do I increase the level of detail captured in VueScan?
Canceling out these differences by suitable adjustments increases the level of detail captured. In VueScan analog gain values are not specified in terms of EVs but rather as factors. Start by setting Green to 2.5 and Blue to 4.0 for your test scan.
Which channel is the brightest in a color negative scan?
In a typical color negative scan the red color channel is brightest. The green channel usually is more than 1 exposure value (EV) darker and the blue channel is 1 EV darker still. Canceling out these differences by suitable adjustments increases the level of detail captured.