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Scanin, - Scanin.


Scanin, Version 1.6.3


scanin [options] input.tif recogin.cht valin.cie [diag.tif]

:- inputs 'input.tif' and outputs scanner 'input.ti3', or

scanin -g [options] input.tif recogout.cht [diag.tif]

:- outputs file 'recogout.cht', or

scanin -o [options] input.tif recogin.cht [diag.tif]

:- outputs file 'input.val', or

scanin -c [options] input.tif recogin.cht scanprofile.[icc|mpp] pbase [diag.tif]

:- inputs pbase.ti2 and outputs printer pbase.ti3, or

scanin -r [options] input.tif recogin.cht pbase [diag.tif]

:- inputs pbase.ti2+.ti3 and outputs pbase.ti3
Generate a chart reference (.cht) file
Output patch values in .val file
Use image to measure color to convert printer pbase .ti2 to .ti3
Same as -c, but accumulates more values to pbase .ti3 from subsequent pages
Replace device values in pbase .ti2/.ti3 Default is to create a scanner .ti3 file
Don't auto recognize, locate using four fiducual marks
Compensate for perspective distortion
Recognise chart in normal orientation only (-A fallback as is) Default is to recognise all possible chart angles
Return true mean (default is robust mean)
Approximate gamma encoding of image
-v [n]
Verbosity level 0-9
Generate diagnostic output (try -dipn)
diag - B&W of input image
diag - Horizontal edge/tick detection
diag - Vertical edge/tick detection
diag - Groups detected
diag - Lines detected
diag - All lines detected
diag - lines used to improve fit
diag - lines perspective corrected
diag - lines rotated
diag - diagnostic sample boxes rotated
diag - sample box outlines
diag - sample box names
diag - sample box areas
diag - pixel areas sampled

-O outputfile Override the default output filename & extension.

September 2014 scanin