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Problems with batch scans and with filing using a non-Nikon code system

If I scan a batch (trip of slides) with my Coolscan 5000 ED (using a Macintosh) the first slide is scanned according to the settings I chose, but the following scans are scanned differently. I notice this by checking the scans: for the first scan the Digital ICE has worked, but not on the subsequent slides.
Another issue I encounter is that the machine asks me if I want to safe using a non-Nikon code system: in the settings I indicated that I want to use the Adobe Photoshop system, but when I start the scan, the scanner doesn't ask me where I want to save the scan, and the scan shows in the Nikon software, asks me where I want to put it and when I put it in my photo files, I can not open it with Adobe Photoshop.
Who has answers? Thank you in advance for your help.
Rob Overtoom, Cambodia

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  • Anonymous Feb 24, 2009

    i need the code you use to pick up the channels on my new scanner.

  • adamwelz Apr 11, 2009

    I have exactly the same issue -- when batch-scanning using the SA-30 rollfilm adaptor it applies digital ICE to the first fram and then not to the subsequent frames.

    Have you had any joy with a solution?

    Adam Welz, Cape Town


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Did you try saving your choice of settings as user settings ? That way, they will serve as defaults for all subsequent scans.

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