[sane-devel] Fwd: verticle stripes in high res scans
Wed, 17 Mar 2004 07:59:54 -0800 (PST)
Well, I took your advice and did a CVS checkout of the sane-backends. I compiled, installed,
scanned, and the results were ...
beautiful. I can't believe how good it looks. I scanned a small photo (two by three inch) at 600
dpi and it looks perfect.
Thanks to everyone working on the sane project!
I scanned the same photo I had done before. If anyone is interested in seeing the before and
after and requests it, I will post the new one on the web as well.
--- Gerhard Jaeger <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Monday 15 March 2004 21:11, Christopher Marshall wrote:
> > > I'd be very surprised if that was true. The Canon Lide 80 uses the
> > > Genesys GL841 chips as far as I know. It's not supported by SANE.
> > I am sorry, I keep making that mistake. I am using the CanoScan LiDE 30
> > with the plustek backend.
> That's what I expected ;-)
> > > Please show us the output of "sane-find-scanner -v -v",
> > > "scanimage --version" and "scanimage -L".
> > "scanimage --version" reports:
> > scanimage (sane-backends) 1.0.11; backend version 1.0.11
> hmmm, too old. Please use the latest CVS version - the stripe-problem should
> be solved. Probably also 1.0.13 will solve the problem, although it contains a
> bug in the calibration, which affects some LiDE20/30 devices...
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