What is SilverFast app?
This App is an iOS monitor for keeping track of scanning and image processing jobs performed by main application SilverFast. The App serves as a status monitor for the SilverFast JobManager.
Is SilverFast free with Epson?
SilverFast is included in many Epson scanner’s package of delivery to turn these scanners into professional devices, that deliver high quality scans. If you are going to purchase a new Epson scanner, we recommend to assure SilverFast is included with the device.
What is SilverFast HDR?
SilverFast HDR (High Dynamic Range) is an image processing software that masters all the essential functions of color restoration, image optimization and color management. This makes the SilverFast HDR series a true alternative to Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Lightroom in these areas.
Can you scan with SilverFast HDR?
SilverFast HDR Studio enables a lossless workflow with powerful tools for automatic and manual image optimization. SilverFast HDR Studio is suitable for all already scanned images and for all other digital images except for proprietary RAW data formats. Download free trial software and convince yourself.
Should I scan in black and white or color grayscale?
Scanning in color, even photos that are black and white, gives you a richer scan. Consider this – scanner manufacturers focus on capturing the highest quality of image possible and there is usually a focus towards color. Even black and white documents are recommended to be scanned in color.
What is SilverFast Hdri?
Retouching • Optimizing • Processing SilverFast HDR (High Dynamic Range) uses 64bit / 48bit image data for a high contrast range and thus for more image details. SilverFast HDR Studio handles color restoration and color management at the highest level.
Should I scan photos at 600 or 1200 dpi?
If the original photo is small, scan at 600 dpi or higher. If you scan a 2×3-inch photo at 1200 dpi, for example, it will become a 16×24-inch digital image without losing quality.
What is the best resolution to scan old black and white photos?
Generally, a 600 DPI scan is the best image resolution and pixel count for paper photographs. High resolutions above 600 DPI are better suited for professional archive work due to the longer scan time and larger storage requirements.