[sane-devel] Question about infrared on my LS-4000
mr.mylanman at gmail.com
Fri Aug 17 17:58:36 UTC 2012
I suppose I could be confused, then. I saw mention here:
The backend must not be directly associated with SANE, then I take it?
What I took from that documentation was;
Set --batch-count=2 (and probably --batch, as well I would imagine),
and the --infrared=yes tag and it should work, however no combination
got it working, that I could find.
I guess I'm just a little confused.
On Fri, Aug 17, 2012 at 1:55 PM, m. allan noah <kitno455 at gmail.com> wrote:
> infrared is not supported in the sane protocol. It is possible that
> there is some support in the backend, which could be enabled by
> rebuilding sane-backends from source. However, there is little or no
> support in any of the front-end tools like scanimage to deal with the
> extra data.
> On Fri, Aug 17, 2012 at 1:49 PM, Mylan Connolly <mr.mylanman at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hello everybody,
>> I am attempting to automate some things in my slide scanning, and
>> decided to look into SANE.
>> Essentially I am using the following command with success (wrapped
>> within a script):
>> scanimage --load --format=tiff --resolution=4000
>> --preview-resolution=90 --ae-wb=yes -pd coolscan3:scsi:/dev/sg2 >
>> (the filename is just a placeholder)
>> I tried getting --infrared=yes to work, however no matter what I tried
>> (including setting up --batch-count=2 and other things like that), it
>> would not work. It kept giving me the error:
>> scanimage: attempted to set inactive option infrared
>> I'd appreciate any insight into this. Thank you very much!
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