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How To Scan 110mm Slides on Epson 4490

To continue on with how to scan 127mm slides we now are discussing how to scan 110mm slides. Open the Epson Scan Utility and select Professional Mode for the Mode. For Document type select Film and for Film Type select Positive Film. The next settings are at your preference, but if you want good prints then select at least 2400 dpi for the resolution. Click Preview to scan the slides. Now since the 110... read more

How To Scan 127mm Slides on Epson 4490

Administrators have to have fun to and restoring negatives and slides is fun to do once in awhile. In this post we will cover how to scan 127mm slides using the Epson Scan Utility on the Epson Perfection Photo 4490 scanner. Open the Epson Scan Utility and select Professional Mode for the Mode. For Document type select Film and for Film Type select Positive Film. The next settings are at your preference,... read more

Scanning Kodak PMC 6059 Film with Epson Perfection 4490 Photo

There are many different formats of negatives that have been used over the years. One that I recently ran across to scan was Kodak PMC 6059. Kodak PMC 6059 negatives are unusual for the Epson Photo 4490 because of the size. Kodak PMC 6059 is considered 120 medium format which contains a range of frame sizes; 6×4.5cm, 6x6cm, 6x7cm, 6x8cm, and 6x9cm. The most common being the 6x6cm size. This actually... read more

How to Scan multiple Documents into a Single PDF with Scan2PDF

As administrators we always needs to have many ways to handle many situations. One of them involves scanning documents or some special requests for one offs, like to say a PDF file or let’s say multiple docs to a single PDF. Well there is such a tool that exists that’s easy to use and free. It is called Scan2PDF and it runs on Win 98/2000/XP/Vista/7. It can be downloaded from... read more

Epson Perfection 4490 Photo scanner on Fedora 17

The Epson Perfection 4490 Photo scanner is not supported in Fedora 17 by sane. In a previous post I describe how to install this scanner on Ubuntu. The process is similar except for the package names and commands. To get the scanner to work in Fedora you must download and install third party software. This how to describes how I was able to install it on Fedora 17 64-bit. Make sure sane and xsane are... read more

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