[sane-devel] Bleedthrough (was brightness/contrast/gamma LUT
m. allan noah
anoah at pfeiffer.edu
Tue Jul 11 13:58:34 UTC 2006
On Tue, 11 Jul 2006, Jim McQuillan wrote:
>>> i've found that documents printed on 20lb paper are getting some
>>> "bleed through". That is, the scan of the front is actually showing
>>> some of the stuff that is on the back of the page.
>>> I'm thinking that if I could reduce the brightness of the light, it
>>> may not bleed through so badly.
>> Maybe, but I think you will get better results by using a black
>> backing. It's a puzzle to me why so many scanners use white backing.
> Sorry, but I don't understand what you mean by 'black backing'. Could you
> please explain?
background color, behind the page. some flatbeds have a black sheet you
can put in the lid, your very expensive fujitsu adf has a servo operated
shutter or mirror that moves in response to a scsi command. this is
supported in the most recent cvs versions of the backend.
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