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Re: VMs: f58v to f65r transition
At 13:19 30/06/2004 -0500, Ken W wrote:
I'm not sure which artifacts you are referring to.
Really, just gamma/brightness/contrast: if (like these two) you're
comparing pages with different types of content (text vs herbal), you may
get different kinds of scans being output. BTW, have you looked at these in
the noip scans as well?
So far, through 68 folios (I'm dying for MrSIDs of the 68rs!), there
have only been two which needed any correction (just a tweak in
brightness). No gamma corrections needed so far. Most of what I've been
doing is scale, rotation and alignment so that each folio is precisely
Primarily I'm using the GC Binding Alignment Technique (c) to align the
recto to the verso with the Pelling Stain Alignment Method (c) for double
accuracy. ;-) The following verso is registered via a tedious Flickering
Transparency/Pelling Stain hybrid.
Be careful - it's not yet 100% established that all the bleed-across
instances register with the current binding. For example, I wouldn't be at
all surprised if the f2v bleed-across (which seems to be from the original
line drawing) registers with the original binding, and not with the
rebinding which we (perhaps) see now. There's also mention of a possible
later (Jesuit) rebinding - yet another spanner in the works to contend
Cheers, .....Nick Pelling.....
PS: as for being "Stain Master"... well, I guess I have been called worse
in anger... :-)
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