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Color correction coefficients
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Located in backend/epson.c:3075
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Bay
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Located in backend/epson.c:3473 backend/epson2.c:1431
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Select bay to scan
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Located in backend/epson.c:3474 backend/epson2.c:1432
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Disable interpolation
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Located in backend/genesys.c:5860
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When using gray or lineart this option selects the used color.
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Located in backend/genesys.c:5875
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Coarse calibration is only done for the first scan. Works with most scanners and can save scanning time. If the image brightness is different with each scan, disable this option. For testing only.
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Located in backend/gt68xx.c:621
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Backtrack lines
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Located in backend/gt68xx.c:654
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Number of lines the scan slider moves back when backtracking occurs. That happens when the scanner scans faster than the computer can receive the data. Low values cause faster scans but increase the risk of omitting lines.
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Located in backend/gt68xx.c:656
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Negative
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Translated and reviewed by Shushi Kurose on 2012-06-02
In upstream:
ネガ
Suggested by Hiroshi Miura on 2010-06-17
Located in include/sane/saneopts.h:206 backend/hp3900_sane.c:428 backend/hp3900_sane.c:1021 backend/hp3900_sane.c:1421 backend/hp-option.c:3235 backend/mustek_usb2.c:121 backend/plustek.c:236 backend/plustek_pp.c:205 backend/u12.c:157
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A longer exposure time lets the scanner collect more light. Suggested use is 175% for prints, 150% for normal slides and "Negative" for negative film. For dark (underexposed) images you can increase this value.
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Located in backend/hp-option.h:111
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