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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Redish/Pinks color to scans.
You need to reset your scanner's color management settings to default..
Which utilty software r u using?Arcsoft Photostudio?If yes go to Edit ->preferences
Set RGB settings to the same level(adjust the slider next to red)
If it doesnt work or u r not using arcsoft..post back..
Posted on Nov 06, 2007
If you set Automatic brightness/Contrast this happens. Try manual setting. Adjust different settings and select the best suited for a particular type of drawing. The scanner takes couple of milliseconds to judge the best lighting, by then the paper has moved little. This area appears black. This is easily solvable.
S. Mohan, Chennai, India
Posted on Dec 10, 2007
SOURCE: Grayblue Background on scans
A color scan will give real output as it is. If the background is grey, the output will also be grey. If you select 256 Color output, there may be small change in color, as compared to the original. If you select grey output, all colors will be converted to Grey. If these files are converted to PDF, it will be same, except in ODF format.
If you select B&W you can save the file in TIFF format. Unlike grey or color, each pixel can be either black or white only. To scan in black and white you must select right brightness. By doing os you can eliminate background (technically noise) and capture foreground(data)
Posted on Mar 18, 2008
You might have to calibrate the scanner from time to time. The software included should have some type of calibration options. Without calibration, the scanner's "scanning capabilities" deteriorate over time.
Posted on Mar 02, 2011
Interesting question. I don't think there is a solution from CP3. It is logical to assume that front and back sides are of the same size and hence there is no provision in the software. One option is to scan once for say top side(left margin) and change the settings (select reverse scanning, i.e, bottom side only) and alter the margin as required, nevertheless you will have to scan twice. You can also crop after the images are generated separately, but it is difficult to separate odd and even images, assuming there is a large number.
S. Mohan, Chennai, India
Posted on Aug 18, 2011
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