[Wine] nikon coolscan V
frapietra at alice.it
Tue Apr 11 12:05:42 CDT 2006
yes, i noticed with thanks your suggestion. i had heard about vuescan but i
had also forgotten. from internet it seems that it supports digital ice,
which i need for my old and scratched films. now i am short of time but as
soon as i resume digitalizing my collection of films i plan to visit vuescan.
incidentally, although i am a unix user, both linux at home and bsd on
institutional mainframe, i have nothing against proprietary software,
especially when there is no need to modify the code, as with drivers. i pay
for them with satisfaction. it is different with computational programs (both
mechanical and quantum mechanical): proprietary software withouth source code
where to intervene does not allow to do the job transparently, resulting in
blind actions and finally a waste of time for users.'
regards from lucca
On Tuesday 11 April 2006 19:29, xyzzy1 at hotpop.com wrote:
> On Tuesday 11 April 2006 08:50, Francesco Pietra wrote:
> > I inherited a nikon coolscan V/usb film scanner that i can not use on
> > debian, and therefore remains unused. was any management of this scanner
> > through wine ever described or unsuccessfully tried?
> Try VueScan ( http://www.hamrick.com/ ), one of the few non-free pieces of
> software that I own (WinXP being another, unfortunately).
> VueScan is cheap and handles all the scanners that are out there including
> my dinosaur LS-2000.
> He (Hamrick) also has a native Linux version.
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