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scanning half frame negs
Old 06-03-2009   #1
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scanning half frame negs

Anyone have a good way of automatically scanning half frame negs? I have an epson V500 and I'd like to be able to set the scanner to automatically seperate the frames and produce individual files. Right now the only way I can do that is manually selecting each frame in the preview... otherwise I just scan the strip as one image and crop them out in photoshop afterwards. Gets kinda monotonous after 72 frames
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I'll probably do that with xpro'd rolls, but I mainly shoot B&W and develop at home.. I try to keep the cost down
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Use the "pro" or "advanced" mode of the software and scan manually rather than allowing it to create thumbnail previews.
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