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Scans slides in a random order. How can I get scanner to scan in the sequence i place the 35mm slides. Al Nelson 314-422-6001

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  • nelson3 Apr 27, 2010

    Hello and thank you. Yes I place them in sequence, left to right, down one line and the same left to right. It scans in a random order. Need to know details how to fix. I am not an expert. Thank you. Al Nelson

  • nelson3 Apr 27, 2010

    my 750 scans 35mm slides in a random manner. What can I do to receive scanned slides in the order I place them in the 35mm slide holder?

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You Cannot Scan Film or Slides

  • Make sure the scanner cover is securely connected to the scanner’s OPTION port. See Removing the Document Mat for instructions.
  • Make sure the Document Type setting (Home Mode) or Document Type and Film Type settings (Professional Mode) are set correctly for your film/slide type. See Selecting Basic Settings for instructions.
Scans slides in a random order. How can I get - link_top.gifTop You Cannot Scan Film in Full Auto Mode or Using the Thumbnail Preview EPSON Scan may not be able to detect film images, or may crop or group the images unexpectedly. This may happen if your images are like the following:
  • images with a dark background.
  • images with a very bright background.
  • Color negative film with extremely light or dark base color (background).
  • Panorama and regular size images being scanned at the same time.
Try one or more of the following solutions.
  • In Full Auto Mode, you can scan only 35 mm color film strips or slides. To scan other types of film, use Home or Professional Mode.
  • Make sure the film is placed in the film holder correctly and the film holder is properly positioned on the document table. See Placing Film in the Holder for instructions.
  • Make sure the white stickers on the back of the film holder and the areas around them are not scratched, dusty, or covered in any way. If the areas are obscured, the scanner may have trouble recognizing your film or slides in Full Auto Mode. If the problem persists, try scanning in Home or Professional Mode.
  • In the Configuration window, adjust the thumbnail cropping area using the Thumbnail Cropping Area slider. See EPSON Scan Help for details.
  • Make sure the Document Type setting (Home Mode) or Document Type and Film Type settings (Professional Mode) are set correctly for your film/slide type. See Selecting Basic Settings for instructions.
link_top.gifTop Negative Film Preview images Look Strange
  • Make sure the Document Type setting (Home Mode) or Document Type and Film Type settings (Professional Mode) are set correctly for your film. See Selecting Basic Settings for instructions.
  • In Normal preview, the dark area around the film and the frame of the film holder is perceived as white. This alters the exposure and causes images to appear darker. Create marquees on the image area you want to scan as described in Previewing and Adjusting the Scan Area. Then click the Zoom button to preview the area.
link_top.gifTop Striped Rings Appear in Your Scanned Image A Newton ring is a ring-shaped pattern of stripes that appears on scanned images of transparent materials. It may occur if the film is curled.
Place the film with the base side facing up Scans slides in a random order. How can I get - ver515.gifw using Thumbnail preview. Then flip the previewed image by clicking the ver515.gif (mirroring) icon in the Preview window. See Previewing and Adjusting the Scans slides in a random order. How can I get - link_top.gif> for instructions.
link_top.gifTop A Line Appears in the Previewed Image The document table or transparency unit window may be dusty or scratched. Clean the document table and transparency unit window as described in Cleaning the Scanner. If you still have the problem, contact your dealer.

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After it scans you will find the actual scanning in the scanner manager ..and there you can arrange them as you want...(in case you have it connected to a computer ) ..practically you find them in thumbnail view and you can arrange them ...
why is it scanning them in this way ..I cannot tell you ....am I to understand that you place 35 mm film and you want the exact order that they were taken ...but it retrieves them as it pleases....?? in this case I can not think at other way ..but if either arrange them by consecutive number ...or so ...it actually have to have such a preset ...in the menu..and if you reset it ...probably this is the default way to scan..

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    Catalin Turcu Apr 27, 2010

    Im not sure why ..if they came from different shootings sessions ...I guess it scans them by the position number or by date ...from the film ...cause there is no other explaining ...that's why I suggested to use a manager ...if you do not use a computer attached to the scanner and it do not have a preview screen ..you can not do much ...but if it has at least a preview ...or a display where you can see them...change the order by select and move up and down...
    when it is connected to the computer things became easy ..cause all scans appear in the program you scanned with ..and you can just drag them in a different order...or if it arrange them by name ..you can jus rename them and they will arrange by itself..


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    Catalin Turcu Apr 27, 2010

    the bottom line is that no matter how it scans them ...you should be able to manage them in the memory ..or into computer ..if you use a memory card in the scanner or so ...just scan them like they are ...and insert the memory into the computer and make the changes you need..if nothing else will work ..

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