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This scanner can scan eight pages at a time and offers automatic feeder and light scanning modes. It has a scan area of 23.7 x 15.1 inches and has a resolution of 300dpi. Using this scanner is easy. You don’t need to follow any complicated steps. You can scan multiple documents at once and you can send them to your email address or save them on your PC. After scanning, VueScan will set your documents and save them on your PC.
It’s a COTS tool to help you process images taken with your digital camera. VueScan is intended to be used as a standalone tool, and it works reasonably well that way. That being said, some photographers have used it to help process their photos before switching to KwikKam Pro, which is better. VueScan is a very basic application and it is more oriented toward a line-of-sight camera than a web-camera.
VueScan is a comprehensive imaging scanning application that offers web-based and offline (WAN) scanning tools to allow quick and easy scanning, combining smart tools with smart scanning. VueScan is the only scanning solution that supports both 16 and 18 Megapixel Canon and Nikon DSLR cameras. VueScan is an accessible, inexpensive imaging solution that has been built for quick, quality scanning of paper documents. VueScan Pro retains all of the simplicity and reliability of the base product and adds additional features like Export to a USB stick and a password protected online library for archiving.
VueScan is the ultimate diagnostic tool for the radiologist and surgeon. It is a full featured, open source software solution designed to meet the needs of busy physicians for imaging radiological exams and surgical instruments.
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After a few minutes of scanning, our scan looked good. We opened it up in Patched VueScan Version and scrolled through the properties, inspecting each one. We got the exposure and white balance right on the preview image. In the scan itself, we found that the output settings were very accurate, and we could go on to the other tabs of Vuescan to explore other settings and options.
In addition to the user-friendliness issues we noted previously, VueScan also has a few minor drawbacks. First, you need to have a recent version of Windows, so at least Windows 7, to use it. We’re on Windows 7, and we’ve run into some connectivity problems and also had a few functions not working properly. It’s really not surprising, given that we’re scanning film and this is all done using the scanner’s built-in software. Second, VueScan can be a bit finicky if you’re not scanning in a fashion it likes. For example, when scanning your negatives, VueScan forces you to scan them in order. If you weren’t, it might start scanning them out of order, which can really screw things up. That’s the only reason we opted to use VueScan for our test. Third, although VueScan’s output mode is only for Windows, Mac, and iOS, it does have full editing functions for Mac, which will probably sell more units. Finally, it doesn’t support everything Hamrick supports in terms of options. However, VueScan at least supports loading images to a memory card and capturing at either B/W or color.
Back to the trial version. After initial installation, you’ll get a free download with a watermark, but if you want to keep your image files (many times a better choice, especially if you want to edit your images after scanning), you can purchase the full version for a discount. That’s not only a consideration, but a major one because the watermark is really annoying, especially if you’re having users scan things for you (we actually liked this functionality, so it was a little disappointing not to see it in the trial version). If you’re using Windows 7, you’ll need at least SP1 or you won’t be able to download the trial version. We ran into some issues trying to find a compatible version of VueScan on the Mac and were eventually successful, but we’ve had issues with activation too. VueScan can be downloaded from the Hamrick website here. You can see an example of the trial version, which looks a lot like VueScan, in the below picture:
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In addition to the loss of some features and user-friendliness, there are times where the interface is too sensitive to button presses and can be expected to malfunction. For example, I couldn’t press down on a button when the distance knob was set to +20 and it didn’t respond to clicking my mouse. And when you add in the fact that there’s no way of minimizing the app to the Dock (unlike in Photoshop), you can see that, as the scanning software, VueScan is more of a sandbox and, as a result, I have to work harder to get to what I’m really after. So far, this is the most useful scanner app that I’ve purchased.
Most of the settings and tools in VueScan are easy to find, and most function as expected, even if they aren’t intuitive. If you’re a PhotoScan user, however, you’ll notice immediately how significantly and unexpectedly different the interface is, with a multitude of controls grouped together in a cumbersome and unhelpful way. There’s a certain danger in making a user interface too easy to figure out, in that you might make mistakes. There are often better ways to accomplish tasks by placing several tools together in one panel and enabling users to perform multiple functions at once, but VueScan doesn’t provide this.
There are a few niggles with VueScan that are worth mentioning. The most annoying (for me) is that you can’t just load several scans into the application, but have to stitch them together into one single.pdf file. This proved to be a big hangup for me, because I’d like to share all of my scans online, but the stitching doesn’t always work as I’d expect. There’s also a seemingly unnecessary two-step process for defining quality levels. To save a new file, VueScan asks you to choose a quality level and save your file in the name of that level. This saves time at the outset, but makes it difficult to save more than one version of a file without having to go back to the quality level before saving. It also doesn’t allow for any extensions, so you have to save the file to the custom folder you used and not the one provided by Epson Scan, but this at least eliminates the need to leave two versions of the same file in the same folder. This can be a minor annoyance, especially if you tend to save scans to a single folder and want to save different versions in different folders.
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What’s new in VueScan
- Scanned Documents. Scan multiple documents and print them all with the new Scanned Documents feature. (This might be a new OS X feature; I haven’t tested this yet.)
- Scan to PDF. Create PDFs from multiple document scans right from the interface.
- Simple image processing. Now you can edit an image’s gamma and other settings on the fly and then immediately export them to a PDF file.
- Selective trimming. Select an area of an image, then adjust the trim box size and crop it.
- Vignette correction. Adjust the luminance and saturation of an image to create a more attractive image. (This might be a new OS X feature; I haven’t tested this yet.)
- Symmetry adjustment. Align images to any orientation or flip them horizontally or vertically.
- Red eye removal. Removes red-eye from your pictures.
VueScan System Requirements
- Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista/7
- 2GHz or higher processor
- 2GB or more RAM
- DirectX 9.0c-compatible video card or compatible 3D video card.
- Video capture device (VueScan runs with out-of-the-box performance on most hardware)
- Color printers→ Without a color printhead, the scanner can produce grayscale images.
- Standard monitor (1280×800 or greater)
- Standard mouse
- DVI (or VGA) port on the video capture device or computer
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