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The latest version of VueScan even introduces a feature that I use frequently in Photoshop–animated previews. Press a button and the preview magically changes to what you want it to be like. Use the CTRL key to have it change from last time, either left, right, or both. Thus, if you try for the first time on a new print to resize to a high margin/landscape ratio to fit a client? Instant preview. Press CTRL, the best change ever! Anyone who scans for a living should be using VueScan. It’s that rock solid.
Extra bonus–in the Photoshop version, you can import a document to preview in the automated way to generate an optimized version. This is in the Pro version, and is not available in the Web browser version. I use this all the time–it can save you a lot of time in the process. I would hope that Hamrick would keep this feature in the Web browser version of VueScan.
While the ability to be able to scan several pages of a document at once is a big plus for some users, I am limited by my imagination and my space. Nothing has come out in the way of updating and extending multi page scanning since VueScan came out. In other words, this is not the reason to upgrade.
Full color scanning is something VueScan does well. It runs smoothly and fast, and the color scans are near perfect. The issue is simply that of budget. VueScan, again like many other programs, costs nearly $300 for the pro version, which includes lifetime support and updates. It may be that some users will be willing to pay this price, but for the cost of the program, its cheaper to buy scanners.
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This is probably the most user-unfriendly program I have used. It has basic features, but they do not convey how to operate it or what the final image will look like. It has a number of settings, but I have to remember what each setting is, then find a page to read all the settings on, then try each of them until the results look right. For example, with some of the raw scans I take, the black ink is too bright. VueScan has a setting to determine if a scan is light or dark. However, the direction of this setting is not obvious. I have to click through several pages of the manual to figure this out. It took me an entire day to figure this out.
It is easy to get to know the menus and functions of VueScan. When I started I spent lots of time trying to figure out how things work. With the VueScan Expert version I spent about a week getting the most out of this program, then there was a week where it seemed like I was at the bottom of a hole and could not get out. I felt like I was grasping at straws for days. When I got to that point I put the program away.
VueScan is easy to use. After learning how to use the main menus, you can use this program to scan and edit photos. Buttons are easy to find and work the same way as any other program. The program sometimes takes hours to scan a photo.
VueScan certainly has its uses, but it is overpriced for a program with fewer features than alternatives that will work on a variety of models from different manufacturers. If VueScan were available for a one-time purchase, rather than a yearly license, I would feel more comfortable in recommending it.
What is VueScan good for?
I had never used any of these programs before and was doing my best to figure out which one to use. I switched to Vuescan, gave it a try and I’ll never go back to anything else! It’s simple, flexible, fast and it allows me to save time in getting the job done.
VueScan Pro uses the free VueScan application ( http://www.vuescan.org/ ) for its final output, and you can expect the results to be more or less comparable. It’s a tad slower than SilverFast and Vuescan, but it’s much easier to use. Vuescan Pro, meanwhile, uses a small player to play back jpgs if you don’t want to use VueScan as your final output. There are other software-only alternatives to VueScan, but they cost a lot more. I’d rather not pay for SilverFast SE Plus, and not surprisingly, the best Epson Scan software turns out to be Epson Scan Basic.
VueScan’s minimal UI appears to be a frugal direct competitor to SilverFast’s sparse interface, with many of the same features and some expansions, and naturally it’s free. (The two are mutually compatible in this respect, since the VueScan player can export to most formats SilverFast supports.) Cracked VueScan Pro, not surprisingly, is more powerful and more flexible, but it’s not clear that it’s easier to use.
All three applications have a “process” mode and a batch mode. If you want to scan every file in your folder (or some other folder), you can select a (sub)folder and process it in batch mode. The process mode is far better for batch processing, and you can’t see that what you are selecting for processing is up to date. Both these functions are available with VueScan as well, so it’s not much of an advantage.
- Scan Profiles: Scanner Profiles are used for adjustments, enhancements, color corrections, and output
- Internal HDR for optimal sharpening
- Aseprite is used for working on images, export, and validation
- XMP metadata support for color settings, custom white balance, and lossless compression
- GCL library for viewing GCL raw files
- JPEG, JPEG 2000, and TIFF support
- Scan Documents – Letter, legal, and A4 sizes and more
- Preview images – Preview images are flattened and extracted during processing
- Support for NDI Printer profiles
- Supports image analysis
- Connectivity – Can scan to FTP/SFTP/FTPS servers and export to ZIP or TAR archives
- File Explorer – View image/file metadata
VueScan System Requirements
- VueScan is a light weight scanning software that requires minimum 512MB of RAM, 1GHz processor.
- VueScan supports most Windows operating systems.
- VueScan installs in less than 5 minutes.
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