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DIAM OND VIEW DV1248ST Professional Desktop Scanne r User’s Man u al for Microsof t Win dows .
Contents IMPORTANT SAFETY INS TRUCTIONS .......................................................1 1. SETTING UP YOUR SCANNER ...................................................................5 C HECK THE P AC KA GE C ON T ENTS ...............
Pr ev iew Butt on ............................................................................................. 32 Sca n But ton .................................................................................................. 32 Exit But ton ..
H OW T O U SE C OPIER ........................................................................................69 6. F IN ERE AD ER SP RIN T O CR ......................................................................71 G ETTIN G S TA R TE D ..
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8. Do not allow anything to rest on the power co rd. Do not locate the scanner wher e perso ns may w alk on t he cor d. 9. If an extension cord is use d with this product, ma ke sure that the total ampere rating of the equi pment plugged into the ex tension cor d does not excee d the extension cord ampere rating.
FC C IN FORM ATION The F ederal Co mmunicat ion Commis sion Radio Frequency Interferen ce Stat ement include s the foll owing pa ragra ph: Thi s equipmen t has been tes ted and fo und to comply with the li mits for a Class B Digit al Device, purs uant to Part 15 o f the F CC Ru les.
Diamond View Scann er Driver Scr een Menu Bar Combo Boxes Tool Bar Job List and Command Buttons Preview Ar ea Status Area .
1. SETTING UP YOUR SCAN NER Check t he Pa ckag e Conten ts Chec k that you ha ve all the foll owing it ems in the packa ge: • DV12 48ST flat bed sc anner • SCSI interface c ard • SCSI cable • SCSI terminator • T ransp ar ency p osi tion ing f rame • Mo unted sl ide ho lder • 35mm film-strip hold er • Film holde r • Power cord • Scanner softwa re – 4 CD -ROM d iscs • T ransp ar ency p osi tion ing f rame • User's Manual In stallin g th e SC SI In terfa ce Ca rd Power off your computer a nd disconnect the computer power from the power outlet.
Un lock the P rotect ion Switch es The scan ner has t wo pr otecti on swi tches: o ne located at th e inner side of the transparenc y unit (figure 1-2) and the other at the bottom of the scanner itself (f igur e 1-3) . To Unlock the transparency unit protection switch, turn the knob to the unlocked posi tion with a co i n.
Instal l the Tr ans pare ncy Unit If the transpare ncy unit has bee n removed, locate the installation holes at the ba ck of the scanner. Lif t the tra nsparency unit and insert the metal poles on the transparenc y unit into the h oles (figure 1 -4).
Figure 1-6 Plug the SCSI term inator into the 2 5 pin connector of the scanne r’s rear pa nel. Plug the power cord into the po wer rece ptacle of the sca nner’s rea r panel a nd the other end into a power outlet. Tighten the screws on all co nnectors.
Driver & Appli cat ion I nsta llation To i nstal l the Diamo nd View scanner dr iv er s: 1. After you power on your c omputer and Windows sta rts, the "New hardware found" message box will appe ar on the sc reen, then the "Update Devi ce Dri ver Wizard" dialogue box will pop up .
5. You can choose to in stall other soft w are a pplications from the me nu. Please follow the inst ructions of eac h software installer t o comple te installa tion. 6. You will need to restart the computer to complete the installation of the scann er and S CSI ad apto r dr iver s.
2. INTRODUCTION TO SCANNING Dia mond Vie w is the powerfu l and ve rsatile driver p rogram for yo ur scanne r. I t is TWAIN compli ant and designed to be user-fr iendly. With its i c on based user- int erface and logi cal tas k-f low des ign, y ou can comp lete a sat isfact ory scann ing job with on ly a few m ouse c licks.
Diam ond View M ain Scre en You ca n invoke the Diamond V iew driver us ing your ima ge editing or OCR (opt ical charac ter recognition) software . Depe nding on the software you use, you may ne ed to sele ct the scanner (image source) before you can use the sc anner and se lect Diamo nd Vi ew to scan and impo rt i mage.
Main Scree n Feature Used to … Menu Bar Adjust scan settings and displa y info rmation about the driv er. Combo Boxes Specify different scan settings and apply to the scanne d imag e, according to the or iginal you want to scan. Prev iew Area Previe w the orig ina l ima g e in ord er to ob ta in a g ene ra l under stand ing o f w hat th e image w ill look l ik e and adjust the scan are a.
Diamond View in your applica tion softwa re (You only ne ed to d o this once, unless you re-insta ll your applica tion soft ware). Ple ase note that the method of selecting the TWAIN source may differ according to the software you use. For deta ils, plea se refer to the documents tha t come with your a pplica tion s oftware .
Scann in g transp arent o rigin als Step 1. Place yo ur fi lm in an appropr iate f ilm frame, t hen place i t on t he glass plate of th e scan ner. When do ing so , make su re that t he cali bratio n area is fac ing the right direction, towards the front panel o f the scanner.
Scan ning Fil m Stri ps Film str ip holder Insert the film strip into the h older Scan ning Po si t ive Films positive f ilm hold er Place the po sit ive f ilm i n the hol der Step 2 . Ope n your applic ation s oftware. Step 3. If this is your first scan, you may have to select the TW AIN source by choosin g Select sou rce from the File menu, then sele cting D i amond View in y our ap plic ation s oftware ( you onl y nee d to d o this once , unless you re- install y our applica tion softwa re).
are using. For details, plea se refer to the documents that come with your app lication soft ware. Step 4. Cho ose Acquire from your applic ation soft ware. This will br ing up the Diamo n d View mai n screen . Step 5. F rom t he Diamon d View mai n scr een, select Tra nsparen t (if you a re scanning a positive film) or Negative F ilm (if you are sc anning a nega tive film) in the Original co mbo box .
3. UNDER STANDING D IAMOND VIE W’S FUNCTIONS This section descri bes all the features provided by the Diamond View dr iver. By ful ly uti lising t hese feat ures, y ou can scan images more ef fici ently and qui ckly. Menu Bar Ther e ar e th ree s electa ble menu items i n the Menu Bar .
Set tings Sub- menu You can adj ust several ge neral sca n s ettings in this submenu. Scan Siz e… Whe n you choose t his ite m, t he foll owing d ialog box wi ll appe ar: In this dialog box, you can set the sizes of the areas to be sc anned. First, choose the job number (the numbers of the sca n areas listed in the Job Lis t ) from the jo b number list bo x, then set the size of the sca n area.
Monitor Gamma In general, a monitor cannot display the full col our range of an imag e. In order to have the monitor a ppro xim ate the Co lours as cl o sely as poss ible, you usua lly need to adjust the monitor gamma . Adjustment of the monitor gamm a can make the monitor approximate the Col ours of the original ima ge more closely.
Film Typ e Whe n choosing this i tem , the follo wing dia log b ox will ap pear: When you want to scan a negative film, c h o o s e y o u r t y p e o f f i l m h e r e i n a d v a n c e . T h e scanning result wi l l be optimised f or the film type you select.
Combo Boxe s Combo Boxes provide severa l options to adjust the scan se ttings before you scan an image. In order to ach ieve t he best scan result yo u may need to adjust the settings a ccording to the inten ded pur pose of th e scanned image an d the type of original you wish to scan.
Imag e T ype Bo x The Image Type box is used to se lec t a p art icula r da ta type for your sca nning. For best results, y ou w ill nee d to select the ima ge type that matches the original. For example , if you are scanning a text document, choose Line Art instead of Colo ur to maximise sca nning qualit y and minim ise fi le size.
Scan M ode Bo x The Scan M ode bo x pro vides three scan modes: High Speed and High Q uali ty 24 bi t modes and High Quality 48 bit colour enha ncement mode. T he mor e bits used to repr oduce th e image col our , the mor e accura tely the scanne r represents the colours of the original.
The best way to select the sc an resolution is to matc h it to the purpose of your scan j ob. This is beca use the higher re solution you use for sca nning, the large r the scanne d image file size will bec ome. W hen re solution is incre ased above a certa in value, it will only e nlarge the file siz e of the scanned im age wit hout impro ving the imag e qua lity.
Sca ling Box The scaling c ombo box all ows you t o spe cify th e hor izon t al and v erti cal s c ale of the i mage to be scan ned. Not e that the max imum and mi nimum s caling i s determined by the resolutio n. The scaling uni t is a percentage (%).
From this dia log bo x, you can ad just the sharpness a ccurately. Dragging the scroll bar to the left will b lur the imag e, a nd dragging the scrol l bar to right will sharpen the i mage. You can also di rectl y enter the desired valu e into the Amount ent ry box to change the sha rpness.
Descre en Bo x If you are scanning ima ges from maga zines, newspapers o r other pri nted materials, you may find that t he scan ned imag e appears t o be co vere d by ti ny screen pattern s. To elimi nate thi s screen pattern , you can use the options in the D escreen box.
Col o ur Wizard Box The Co lour Wizard box offe rs tw o quick and convenie nt to ols f or y ou t o adj ust t he ove ra ll qua lity of t he scanned i mage: Auto Densi ty Selec t Auto De ns ity to optimise the density of the ima ge automatically.
Color Matchi ng The Color M atching function a llows you to mainta in the consistency of Col our reproduction between the sc anner and other output devices. Note: 1. This f unction item only appears when you choose “ Refle ctive” in th e Original box.
Job Li s t and Command Buttons The Job L ist and Command Buttons ar e used to control the scan job flow while you sc an ima ges. Job Lis t The Job List pr ovides informati on on all scan j obs in process. The file size is also displaye d in the list .
When y ou hav e created mu l tipl e scan jo bs (see bel ow f or how to creat e a n ew scan job) in the list, you can che ck or uncheck the box in front of the job name to decide whether to proceed scanning that spec ific job(s). By sele cting each sc an job in the list, you can ad just different scanning se ttings for eac h scan job respe ctively.
Previ ew Area The Preview Are a is use d to previe w image in rough quality. You c an use the c ursor to p oint to a pixel to read its va lue. You ca n also set the scann ing ar ea and v iew an inst ant previ ew of the ef fects caus ed by param eter chang es from the Image f uncti ons.
size of the scanned image file, it is b etter to sele ct and scan only the nece ssary part of the imag e with sele ction are a. To adjust the selection a rea: 1. Mov e th e selectio n area by poin ting t he mous e cursor to t he select ion area.
Level Bu tto n By clic king on the Level button, the Level d ialog box w ill app ear. The Lev el dialo g box incl udes several useful tools for you to che ck the Colour le vel in format ion of the imag e and adju st th e imag e quality . A descriptio n of each component in the dialog box and how they wor k to affe ct the image follows.
In addi tio n, if we tak e a look at the t wo imag es belo w: We can se e that in Imag e 1, there i s a high er con trast between t he brigh ter and darker part of the image. Bright and dark pixels o ccupy a larger po rtio n of the total image.
Now that we can unde rstand th e informati on in t he h istogra m, the next step will b e to adjust the ima ge with histogram tools. B elow the Hist ogra m, there ar e th ree tiny triangles: By dragging these triangle s, you can adjust the brightness and contrast of an image preci sely .
Input Le vel bo x The Input Lev el box di splays the val ue of Shad ow Thresh old , Midton e and H igh light T hresh old respe ctively. You can also inpu t eac h value he re directly . Output Le vel box The Output Leve l box is used t o expan d the ou tput level of the image C olour .
Curve Bu t t o n The Cur ve tool is use d to adj ust th e brig htnes s prope rties of midt one pixels in a n imag e. O nce you c lick on t he Curve bu tton, the following dialog box will a ppea r: An intro ducti on to each component in t he dialog box and a description of how to use the Curve tool to adj ust an image follows.
You can also click the curve to add new poi nts and further change the shape of the curv e: Input/Outp ut S tatus Are a You can read the pr ecise in put/o utput v alue her e. When you have finis hed with adj ustments, you can click OK t o a p p l y , o r c l i c k Reset to restore the default settings.
Col o ur Balan ce Butt o n Click th e Colour Bala nce butto n to open the Colour Balance dia log box: In thi s dialog box, you can change the mixt ure o f colo urs o f an imag e and emphasise or diminish certain col ours. A description of Col our Balance compo nents f ollows.
Colour A d jus tme nt button Click th e Colour Adjustment button, and th e Colour Adjustment dialog box will a ppea r: Col our Adjust ment is anothe r convenient tool that y ou can use to adj ust and calib rate the Colours in an imag e.
When you have finis hed with adj ustments, click the OK button to confirm you r settings and close the dialog box. If you are not satis fied with the adjustme nts, you can cli ck th e Reset button and the settings will return t o th e de fa ult.
Thre s hold butt o n Thresh old function is very useful when y ou scan line a rt images or scan do cuments for OCR (o ptical character recogn iti on) use. You may use this func tion to ad just the quality of line art ima ges or elimina te unwanted dots in the document to impr ove the accurac y of recogn ition.
Ima ge 1 is the original sca nned im age, while in Im age 2 the thre shold value is chan ged into 5 6. This me ans that pixe ls in the image with brightness level below 56 will all b e c ut into b lac k, and those w ith b rightne ss leve l a bove 5 6 a re all t urned int o white.
Rotate button You can rotate the se lection area ea sily with thi s button. For example, if the orig ina l sca n is not a l igne d c orrectly, y ou ca n use th is function to corr ect the ti lt. After you preview t he photo, adju st the s electio n area to approx imatel y encompass the photo.
A uto bu tto n After you preview an imag e, you can press this button t o o pen the Auto dialogue bo x: Auto Crop Click this butt on and the Diamond View driv er will crop the scan ar ea autom atica lly an d selec t only the necessa ry size for scanning the ima ge.
Stat us Ar ea The Stat us Area prov ides i nfor matio n of the i mage yo u are working on: Pix el D isp lay Box This box d isplays the col our of t he p ixel that the mo use cursor is cur rently pointing to. Pix el I nfor m at ion Ar ea The lo cation of t he pixel express ed in (X,Y) coordinates and the RGB values of the pixel are als o di splay ed her e.
4. PHOTO E XPR ESS In this c hapte r you will be introd uced to the fanta stic world o f Ph oto Express. Lea rn more about this bundled software and make yo ur scanned photographs and other imag es more inte resting a nd colourfu l! Note: Refe r to Photo Expr ess elec tronic Use r’s M anual on the sof twa re CD for more deta ils about how t o use its featu r es and f unctions .
Getting Started To run Ph oto E xpre ss, d ouble c lick the Phot o Exp ress icon on your W indo ws desktop or open from Windows Start Menu. When you run Ph oto Express, ma ke sur e t hat the Win dow s disp lay is set for a reso lu tion of 800 x 600 o r 1 024 x 7 68 pixels and using H i Colour (15/16 bit) o r True Colour (24 bit) mode.
Mode T ab: The Mo de tabs switch P hoto Exp re ss between Pho to mo de and Pro ject mode. Pho to mo de is wh ere the majo rity of your wo rk is don e, while th e Project mo de lets y ou mak e greeting cards, name c ards, and other fun thi ngs based on templates.
Getting Images The first thing you want to d o w hen y ou start Photo Express is to get the photos you want to work with into the a ctual program. The place you start is with Album. From here, you can do alm ost anything in P hoto Express. All other ways of getting photos can w ork independently of Album, but they are also set up to let you capture o r op en images di r ectly to it .
To add new image s t o an al bum: 1. Sel ect an alb u m. 2. Click the File i con an d brow se for t he folder wher e the images ar e sto red. 3. When they appear in the Options panel, click the Select All butto n (or select imag es individu ally b y holding down the Ctrl ke y as you c lick t hem).
Work i ng with Images Adjust i ng I mages Aft er yo u hav e acquir ed an imag e fro m a scann er or digi tal camera, i t may need some adjustments. Photo Express provides you with the perfect to ol for adjusting your ph otos: the T ra nsform t ool.
To tr im y our p hoto: 1. Clic k the Trim button in the Edit : Adjust cat egory. The Trim opti ons wi ll open in t he Options panel. 2. Select a Tri m sh ape and then set the amount of Soft edge you want to soften the edges of the tr i mmed photo w ith.
Shari ng I mag e s Printing Ima ges Once you have put the fi nishing touches o nto your photos, it is time to pr int them out. Photo Express contains nume rous print ing options, letting you output posters and name cards in addition to its regular printing duties.
Savin g I mag es Afte r work on your ph oto is c omplete , you m ay want to s ave it . In P hoto Expre ss, you can sa ve a photo in a varie ty of dif fere nt imag e file form ats. Ea ch file forma t has its own unique properties and charac teristics.
Expres s Yourse lf Creat e Cal end ar s One of the easi est task s to accompli sh in Photo Expres s is mak ing cal endars , either for y our Windows desk top or for your real desktop. They are gr eat gift for your friends and lo ved ones, in addition to bein g a convenient way t o keep trac k of important dates in sty le.
Morphin g Ph otos One of Photo Express ’ more novel effect s extr as is that of image mor phin g. Morphing transforms an imag e over time to create interesting and unique “warps” of th e o riginal photo. Image morp hs are o utput as either image sequ ences or anim ated GIF files.
Working in Pr oject Mode The Pr oject mode gi ves y ou a focu sed envi ron ment in whi ch to create cu stom greet ing cards, calend ars, invita tions, birthday a nd anniversa ry cards, name c ards, and planne rs. The Project m ode is useful for getting through a “project” as quickly and eff icient ly as possi ble.
Worki ng w ith T emplates Photo Expr ess’ uniqu e templates can be edi ted and cu stomi sed to suit your ow n need s. Templates consist of multiple compone nts, usua lly a c ombination o f text and pho tos w ith a decor atio n o r two p erhaps throw n in.
A dding De cora tion One cate gory o f tools on the Edit menu in Pr oject mode is unique to that tab: Decor ation . Thes e are speci al, o bject-b ased eff ects such as Frames, Edges and Props you can use to enhance photo objects in a project.
Printing T em plates As with Phot o mode , Project mode lets you print your wo rk when you’ re f inishe d with it. The same option s availab le in Phot o mode app ly in Pr ojec t mode as well. For more on p rinting, see 4-8 Pr inti ng Ima g es and the on-line help.
Shar ing T em pla tes Sharing templates works exactly the same way as sharing phot os in Ph oto m ode. You can print, e-mail, fax, or output them to web pages. For more o n these to o ls, see the o n-l ine hel p and related do cuments. To e-mai l a templ ate: 1.
5. DIAM O ND V IEW COP IER Copier is a software applic ation that combines y our scanne r and printer into a copyi ng machine, making it easy to copy images and documents. You can use Copier to: ! Scale ima ges or doc uments u p and down The scan ned image can be dimi nished o r enl arged wi thin t he size o f the paper.
Copier Pa ram eters The table belo w is a li st of Copier parameters. Befo re you start to copy, adjust the para meters a s required. Ico ns Icon Parame ter Descrip tion Scann er dri ver To selec t you r scanner drive r, clic k this ic on until your scanner drive r appears in the I nformation Window.
Infor matio n Wi ndo w The Information Wind ow shows the curre nt settings fo r the Sca nner Driver, P rinter, Image Ty pe, Copy Quali ty and number o f copies . Bri g ht ness and Cont r ast The s lider s are us ed to adjust the image contrast and brightness.
Buttons Start C opying button. Press this button to start copying the image to the printer or a file. The button cha nges to while the scanner is copy ing and you can press i t to st op copy ing. Mini mise button. Press this button to minimise the Copier panel.
How t o Us e Copi er Fo llow these s teps to co py a do cument: 1. Open Co pier. 2. Place the docume nt yo u want to copy facing down o n the scanner glass pla te. Set the Copier param eters properly. 3. Click on t he button to start copying.
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6. FINER EADE R SPRINT OCR Fi neReader i s an o mnif ont OC R (Optical Charact er Recogni tio n) syst em. This means that , wit hout prel imin ary trai nin g, it can deal w ith t ext of practi cally any qua lity, pri nted wi th any fon t.
To select you r scanner a s the imag e source: 1. Click Scan&Read on the Menu bar , the n click Sel e ct S canner…. 2. The fo llowing dialo g box will pop up. Sel ect Dia mond Vi ew Vx.xx and c lick OK . Note: Bef ore y ou s elect the s canner, mak e sure th e Diamon d View dr iver progr am has been i nstal led prop erly .
Step 1: Pu sh th e Sca n&Rea d bu tton Cli ck the Scan&Read butt on o n the Scan &Read to ol bar . The Diamo nd View main scree n will pop up. Se t the sca nning para meters a s follows: Origina l : Reflect ive (F latbed) Image type: Lin e Ar t Resolutio n: 300dpi Ste p 2 : Scan Previ ew the documen t.
Step 3: Recog niz e the s can ned imag e Whe n sca nning is comple ted, c lose Dia mond View. Fine Rea der will start to recogn ize th e scaned imag e. Step 4: Save the re s ult After th e recogn ition proc ess is comp leted , the re sult will b e displa yed in the Main window.
Tips fo r Improvi ng Reco gnition Quali t y If you have a text docume nt with many unrecognise d characte rs, the rea son may be tha t the source image is of a poor qua lity. You should set the correct bright ness, and resolution and use the Diam ond View scanne r’s Thre shold function the n resca n the image.
7. SCAN BUTTON The Scan Button is a convenient tool for sc anning and import ing image s direct ly into applic ation s oftware that you use most freque ntly. With Scan B utton, you no longer have to ope n the applica tion sof t ware first and dash thro ugh menu and submen us to acquire and impo rt im ages.
Hel p: choose this item to read the on-line inst ruction f or Scan B utton. About Scan Bu tton…: choose this ite m to displa y the vers ion number a nd other related information about Sca n Button. Settin gs…: enter the Se tting wi ndow and change Sca n Button settings.
Quick S ca n Here you can spe cify the action of Scan Button w hen you double-clic k the ic on on Windo ws Taskbar . For ex ample, if yo u choos e Scan to Pr inter , the next time you double-click the Scan Button tray icon, Sca n Button will be ac tivated and start to scan and print the scanned image to the printer y ou designated.
Using Scan Button Sca n to File Click th e Scan to File button, and th e scanne r will start to sc an the or iginal auto matical ly. Wh en the s can has fin ished , a Save a s dialo gue box wi ll pop up asking where you want to save the sc anned imag e: You ca n specify a loca tion and name for the scanne d image and then clic k OK to save the imag e.
Scan t o Appli catio n De pending on the software applic ations that you have installed and se lecte d for Scan Button, differe nt buttons repre senting the applica tions will a lso app ear on the Scan Button toolbar. You can click the butt on to scan and import the scanned imag e into the a pplica tion dire ctly.
8. TROUB LES HOOTI NG AND FAQ FAQ 1. Why do es Dia mond Vi ew di splay t he me ssage “S canner is war ming up” wh enever I sca n or prev iew afte r I change t he Origina l type or Sca n Mode se tting? Answer: When yo u change th e Origi nal t ype o r Scan Mo de, the s canner n eeds to switch the lam p used for scanning s o a warm up time is needed .
2 The Auto Crop f unction some times f ails. Diamond View performs the Auto Crop function by first estimating the outline of the imag e. If the outline of the image is unclea r or can not b e easily re cognise d, the driver will not be ab le to dec ide the correct sha pe to c rop.
9. SERVIC E AND SU PPO RT INF ORM A TION If problems persist after you check this manua l, you can contac t your dealer or consult the tec hnical service below: For driver and hardware questio ns, please send an e-mail (Containi ng deta iled descriptions of the proble m you come upon, the hardware and software envi ron men t of your system) to the fol lowin g address: suppo rt@meaus t.
Retu rnin g Your S can ner f or Serv ice In the ev ent th at yo u need to retu rn you r scann er for s ervice, pleas e ensu re that yo u enclo se: 1. Your name and dayti me telephone number i ncluding area code 2. A copy of your rece ipt or other proo f of purcha se if y ou are ma king a warra nty claim.
APPENDIX. DIA MOND VIEW MAIN SCREEN GUIDE (See next page) .
Diamond View Main Driver Screen Guide (continued) .
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