I’m using the Epson software as it is just about scanning.
I once paid paid for the Vuescan (life?) subscription but I’m not using it (too
complex for me …)
The exec might still be hidden somewhere in my system though ...
But Bran has just given me a working clue, so problem mainly solved.
> Le 2 mai 2020 à 17:12, Jez Cunningham <jez@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> a écrit :
> What scanning s/w? I found a problem with Vuescan that it reset the
> file-naming sequential number back to <date>-0000 (or -0001?) every
> session. If I did a bunch in the morning and another in the afternoon then
> LR wouldn’t “see” them on import as they appeared to be suspected
> Good luck
> On Sat, 2 May 2020 at 15:48, Philippe <photo.philippe.amard@xxxxxxxxx>
>> This is a call for help from the technies on board.
>> I’m scanning old slides using an ageing 3170 photo epson scanner on the
>> I scan them in the highest res (officially 6400) and then import them in
>> This works more or less (see below) when I select TIFF, but the files are
>> massive …
>> So I tried JPEG. So far so good. I can see them in Preview.
>> BUT LR doesn’t see them when I want to import them.
>> Most surprisingly, PS does. If I open one such JPEG in PS, and save it as
>> a JPEG, LR then sees it and accepts to import it ...
>> Any clue as to why, contrary to PS of the same generation (subscription
>> and automatically updated) LR is blind to these JPEGs?
>> And is there any (simple) cure?
>> OTHER: the TIFF files also MAY be unreadable on import but at least LR
>> tells me they exist and can’t be read out. This happens randomly. In a
>> batch of 4 slides I may get a 25% to 50% error rate …
>> Thanks in anticipation for any help from insiders :-)
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