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Strictly speaking, VueScan is *not* a scanning device. Even if you reduce the camera speed to zero, the scanner will continue to project. Unfortunately, as it is so easy to imagine an object or design, it’s even easier to imagine your own. Even a highly informative magazine, such as a science or technology magazine, can be misleading. The same article published in a different magazine or produced by a different company could give entirely different information, so you have to rely entirely on the accuracy of a particular company to tell you the truth about their products.

Ive submitted a bug to VueScan asking them to enable the “Find current page using OCR” settings in their settings menu. This menu setting used to be called Detecting Page. The option that reads “Find current page using OCR” would simply not work without the setting in the menu. I have not seen any documentation that indicates the option has been removed, but maybe it has. I will have to poke around their site and see.

Typically, this problem would have been cleared up in the first week when I tried it. This is a very strange and persistent problem to me. There is no documentation that I could find for this problem. Even the VueScan forum has only a handful of postings on it. I requested that Acrobat fix the problem in a previous forum post, but no new version of Acrobat was released.

The second thing I can try is a reset of the DLL cache. That is pretty easy to do, although its a little risky. I believe it involves stopping all Download VueScan Crack processing and then deleting its temp files. There is a pretty lengthy FAQ entry on the VueScan website about what to do after the DLL cache reset. Unlike most of the other items on this page, theres no direct link to this FAQ page.

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I am a little surprised that VueScan is using the name Vuescan, because I was under the impression they had changed it to VueScan. I tried looking up old online references to VueScan, but I had no luck and I have been unable to find references to the new name outside the Hamrick Software website. If anyone has any idea of why it was changed, I would appreciate it.

The interface is simple and effective. As with some others I have used, there are few or no function buttons or other controls to change, zoom, or enter settings. But you can move the preview window by selecting where to place it, and there is an extensive palette of color and special effects to choose from. I have not used these features much, but the palette gives a good idea of how Vuescan is supposed to behave, and I would expect others to find them useful.

The first thing you’ll notice when you fire up VueScan is the Spartan nature of the user interface. There’s not much to look at. You have 6 tabs on the left moving from Input on the far left to Output and Prefs on the right. Most of the options in those tabs are fairly intuitive, with sliders for scale, sharpening, color tone, and conversion to DNG. If you’re using the software for the first time, you should be able to set the basic settings with little tweaking. If you’re a pixel artist, then you’ll probably want to go in and experiment with the sharpening settings. If you prefer to work visually, then you can just make adjustments by eyeballing.

If you take a look at the output of VueScan, you’ll notice how it works. If you select the output option, it will resize the frame, giving you options to set the width and height of the output frame. You can also preview the output frame as a DNG. I have not yet had a use for this option in my workflow, but I have seen other people use it to keep their files in the DNG format, while still being able to output it. For my purposes, I simply open DNGs in Photoshop to make some tweaks and then save them as a JPG or TIFF.

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So let’s get started. The first thing I did was look up the settings in each software package for various settings. There’s not much that I need to change, except in VueScan, where I need to adjust the convergence and compress for good results. For both VueScan and Epson, I’ve set my “Scanner Quality” to “Optimal.”

VueScan was last updated in June of 2014. The developer does an excellent job of documenting the version 1.2.0 beta, including a comprehensive table of features and a quick rundown of how they work. Check it out at There is a bit of discussion about the beta version 1.1.5, but not much. I have yet to encounter a problem with it, save for it not showing the box I was aiming for. It’s really the only negative I can think of. Once VueScan is stable enough for you to use on a regular basis, just download the 64-bit version.

Here’s the thing: all of these software packages are capable of yielding good results, but at what cost Epson Scan is free with Epson scanners. There are no film profiles to speak of and not many bells and whistles, but for free software it’s more than capable. The basic Silverfast package that I run with cost $49.99. For that, you get a more graphical interface, film profiles that get pretty close results, and a pretty stable platform. VueScan costs $79.99 and you get an unfriendly interface, lots of film profiles that sometimes work, sharpening that is buggy, and a lot more headaches. Looking at the cost/usefulness ratio, VueScan just doesn’t hold up.

I’m surprised the author dissed Epson Scan for its auto-cropping. I happen to be scanning some older negatives at the moment, and to select custom crop, in the Preview panel select Normal instead of Thumbnail and you’ll see your strips of film scanned with no separations. Then just crop the first frame as you like (presumably showing a bit of frame edge), then click on the copy button and use the copied frame to crop your next frame. Repeat for all your frames. If you have auto-numbering enabled, the first frame you crop will be the first-numbered frame in your scans. Just as you wouldn’t choose auto-exposure for your scan settings, why would you leave cropping to the program
I am using a Vuescan trial, the dust reduction is in no way comparable to the Epson Digital ICE.

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What’s new in VueScan

What's new in VueScan

  • I’ve added support for the Olympus OM-D E-M1 and the Sony A7-A7 III. The data/metadata ( EXIF, IPTC, XMP) for the Olympus OM-D E-M1 is included in the package.
  • Scanners with touch screens, like Canon and Nikon DSLRs can be mounted with vertical orientation, instead of being vertical.
  • The VueScan uIe can open single sheets as well as booklets.
  • The VueScan instruction manual has been updated.

VueScan System Requirements

VueScan System Requirements

  • 1 GHz or faster processor
  • 512 MB RAM or more
  • 512 MB free hard disk space
  • AAX or AU plugins required

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  • HZ495-GYG2G-IUB6E-KG1P5-4LEF8-HV99G

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