As a follow up, I have used Canon's software with multiple slides on my
9XXX flatbed. Worked well, though from memory I don't think there's the
same control or dpi. It did work quickly though.
On 2018-04-09 2:27 PM, Michael R. Collins wrote:
I've been hunting high and low for guidance on scanning slides with my
(not used for a long time) Epson V700, and I don't get any clear
picture from what I've read to date (Vuescan manual, Epson Scan
manual, and Web postings). What I'd *like* to do is put 12 slides in
the holder, launch Vuescan, select a few appropriate settings, click
Preview then (after any tweaking and re-Preview-ing) click Scan, and
see 12 decent TIFFs appear in the scans folder.
My Vuescan manual (copyright 2017) doesn't fully match my software
(9.6.07), so that's the start of my confusion, but I don't think
Hamrick provides any direct support for slide holders. I'm thinking
that I have to measure the dimensions/offsets of the slide positions
in the holder and somehow configure Batch mode to respect these. Or...
just lay the slides side-by-side in an array and make similar
measurements. If so, seems awfully hokey.
Any similar experience, or advice to offer?
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