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I wasn’t expecting a bare-bones application with a built-in web server. But I can’t say I was disappointed either; VueScan Full Version is perfect for the task of web posting. It gives me an easy path to running a web server, without which I would have had to install Apache or something else.
Although I had set the crop dialog to be the default dialog, VueScan kept placing it’s own dialog at the bottom of my screen. I was unable to find an easy way to force VueScan to stop displaying the dialog.
I found the ‘auto-advanced settings’ in the Toolbox tab to be very handy. The program managed to download photos from the USB port and store them all at once (you might need a small application to do this, but VueScan did the trick for me). I really like the way that these settings are managed through a program menu. I’m not sure that I would have considered it, but it’s certainly a nice way to go about it.
A big difference between Image Capture and VueScan is that VueScan offers a lot more manual control over the entire process. As you can see, there is some additional learning and interface nuances when working with VueScan than with Image Capture. For instance, you have to either double-click on a files name to open, or on the plus sign to start a new document. In the case of a file named dog.jpg, you have to double-click and open the document, and then click the button with the plus sign to create a new document. You must also be more conscious of the size of the preview window, as the images will expand as you scan. Otherwise, you have to watch the scan to see when its done. On the plus side, when you save a file using the button to the left of the plus sign, VueScan will warn you before you save each scanned document. Its not intuitive, but it shouldnt be a huge problem for anyone with some experience.
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I have to echo the sentiments expressed by the reviewer and other commenters. The UI for VueScan is cryptic at best and, last time I looked, there is no decent training documentation to explain it. Why you wouldn’t design controls in a way that mimics PS so that they could be intuitively understood is beyond me. Hambrick points people to a video training series that is equally if not more expensive than the software itself. That said, VueScan is a capable program and I continue to come back to it for important scans despite having SilverFast and Epson Scan available to me.
Well I disagree with much of the article. I know Vuescan gets a lot of flack online for the interface but I actually think it is quite logically laid out in terms of the tabs going from input through various things to output. But as with any piece of software, Vuescan has a learning curve. It takes a while to understand many of the settings on each Vuescan tab, but it’s not rocket science, though it usually requires a bit of trial and error. I certainly would not call the online helpfile useless, but it does require reading it carefully to understand how various settings relate to each other.
It was necessary to create an account in order to download VueScan on my computer. Just be aware that if you accidentally double-click on a link that takes you to another website, your browser will ask if you want to save the file and follow the link, which could be an all-too-common security hole if you’re using a very old browser.
This is a big enough time saver that if VueScan can’t remember what you’ve done with a certain scan, I’ll start at the beginning and go through each step, knowing I can revisit a frame at any time. I’d also recommend scanning an image at every zoom setting (don’t try to go through your entire sheet all the way in one setting), and determining if this particular scene needs sharpening, if it’s too dark, or if it’s too light.
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The free version of VueScan has features that cost up to $30 with the full version, such as the ability to email the scanned images directly from the program, save them to JPEG files with special codes (dashes and dots, for example), and set the default destination for saved files. The main panels resemble those of most scanning applications we’ve tried, with settings for the scanner device, preferences and controls, preview, and scanner data window. But unlike most scanning software, the VueScan main window automatically opens when you turn on the scanner (just plug it in and it starts scanning), rather than launching a separate application to control it.
After buying the second version of VueScan to accomplish the task I really needed to do (one of the best scanner utilities I’ve ever tried), I discovered a cool project. You can download fonts that are free for personal use and put them on your computer. The fonts are free to use because they are created by volunteers for special projects. You can look at the projects and if you want to give a donation, you can, though we are not required to do so.
Even though I don’t find VueScan easy to use, I’m still impressed with the quality of the scans the app provides. I’m also glad that the developer is working to make scanning easier. This is a work in progress for the user but I’m happy to update this article once the app is launched on iTunes for purchase.
Honestly, as much as I like VueScan, I’m not sure how I feel about how the interface is laid out. It does feel very similar to some of the submenus in Photoshop, but I’m not sure which menus I was thinking of. Even though I often reload an image into the new tab in a new window when I need to preview it, I have a strong feeling that tabbed windows make sense for what VueScan is trying to do. I believe I’m going to give it another month of trial, and then upgrade to the paid version.
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What’s new in VueScan
- New vuéscan-git integration: to update running Vuescan, VueScan-Git integration is now available via the VueScan menu. It’s pretty neat, you can update all your running Vuescan instances via the Git command line (i.e. git push, git pull, etc.) Also, it supports fetching from repositories on public servers such as GitHub, Bitbucket, etc., and pushing updates to these repositories.
VueScan System Requirements
- Win XP SP3 or later;
- Minimum: 500 MHz;
- 512MB RAM;
- DirectX 9 or later;
- Microsoft.NET Framework 4.0 or later
- 1.44 GHz processor or higher;
- Hard Drive: 10.04 GB free space.
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