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CyberView X5
User’s Manual
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FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION
(FCC) STATEMENT
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This Equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a class B
digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential
installation. This equipment generates uses and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may
cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this
equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception,
which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is
encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following
measures:
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Re-orient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from which
the receiver is connected to.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Warning :
Use only shielded signal cables to connect I/O devices to this equipment.
You are cautioned that changes or modifications not expressly approved by the
party responsible for compliance could void your authority to operate the
equipment.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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User Interface
Menu Commands
Scan
Preview
Image Adjustm
Window
Help
Function Bar Diagram / Toolbar Diagram
Active Frame Setting Area
Technical Support
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Getting Started
Quick Installation Guide (QIG)
Installing Software and Driver
Installing Hardware
Loading 120 Films into the Holder
Loading 120 Film Holder into the Scanner
Loading 135 Film into the Holder
Loading 135 Mounted Slides into the Holder
Loading 135 Film and Slide Holder into Scanner
How to Scan
STEP 1 - Powering On the Scanner
STEP 2 - Select Film Type
STEP 3 - Optional Prescan
STEP 4 - Set Scan Settings
STEP 5 - Set Scan Preferences
STEP 6 - Scan
STEP 7 - Exit
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GETTING STARTED
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Check the package content before getting started.
For Quick Installation please refer to Quick Installation Guide. (Pg. 9).
Important! Save the original box, receipt and packing material for future
shipping needs or to return for warranty issues.
Package Contents
• Scanner unit.
• Medium format film holder for one or two frames (6 x 4.5 cm, 6 x 6 cm),
one frame (6 x 7 cm, 6 x 8 cm, 6 x 9 cm, 6 x 12 cm).
• 135 film holder.
• 135 slide holder.
• Power Adapter.
Warning! Using any other power adapter may severely damage the scanner and will void the product warranty.
• USB 2.0 Cable.
• CyberView Driver.
• Application software CD for scan editing.
• Printed User’s Manual.
NOTE:
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Application software means the imaging software such as Adobe®
Photoshop® Elements, this is subject to change without notice.
GENERAL GUIDANCE:
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Only use the supplied USB-cable. Connect the scanner to the computer
directly using the USB 2.0 cable.
Do not use a Hub or extension cable. Only use the USB ports on the back
of desktop computers.
If there are any other devices (multifunction device, printers, scanners,
webcam) connected to the computer through USB disconnect them.
A minimum of 1GB RAM (PC/Mac) is required.
Operating Ambient Temperature Range
50º to 104ºF (10º to 40ºC)
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Note: Do not turn on the scanner unless it is within this range. If the
scanner has been stored or transported outside of this range,
allow it to return
to within this range before turning it on.
Operating Ambient Humidity Range 15% to 76% relative
humidity (non-condensing)
Note: If the scanner is stored or to be transported in cold temperature
and then brought into a warm / humid environment
condensation may occur.
This device is designed solely for private use and is not intended for commercial
use. The warranty is reduced from 2 years to 1 year if errors or defects arising from
inappropriate use, improper operation or stress occur. The guarantee period of the
device for private use is 2 years or 20,000 scans.
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QUICK INSTALLATION GUIDE (QIG)
Scanner - front view
Power button
Scan button
Opening for 135 film & slide holder
Opening for 120 film
LED light
Scanner - rear view
USB 2.0 port
Opening for 135 film & slide holder
DC power
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INSTALLING SOFTWARE AND DRIVER
for PC (Windows) User
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WINDOWS SYSTEMS INSTALLATION: DURING DRIVER INSTALLATION A WARNING
DIALOGUE BOX MAY APPEAR, IF THIS IS THE CASE PLEASE SELECT “INSTALL THIS
DRIVER ANYWAY”.
Be sure to install the Application Software (ex: Adobe® Photoshop®
Elements) BEFORE installing the CyberView scanner driver software.
You may install the scanner driver directly if you have already installed TWAIN
compliant application software on your computer (i.e. photo editing
software). Mac users can use iPhoto for editing.
1. Place the application software DVD into the DVD drive. If you have CD
autoplay disabled, right click and select “Explore”. Select “AutoPlay.exe”
and follow the on-screen instructions to complete the installation.
2. Place the CyberView CD into the drive. If you have CD/DVD autoplay
disabled, right click and select “Explore” (ex.: D:\Install\Drivers\Package\CVX.exe), double click the file “CVX.EXE” and follow the on-screen
instructions to complete the installation.
3. Restart your computer.
4. Once the drivers have been installed, connect the scanner. Verify that
the scanner is switched OFF (light on the front is not lit) and connect
the scanner to a power source. Then connect the scanner to a live USB
port. When using desktop PC, connect the scanner to rear ports only,
hub extensions and long USB cables are not supported.
5. Switch on the power. The scanner is now ready to work.
Windows operating system should state “New hardware detected“, and should
begin installing or request to select an option - select “Locate and install driver
software”.
NOTE: Not all PC’s will display the found new hardware window, some will install
in the background.
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INSTALLING SOFTWARE AND DRIVER
for Mac (OSX) User
Before Installing the scanner driver...
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If you choose to use the provided application for image editing, install the
application software (ex: Adobe® Photoshop® Elements) by inserting the
application CD into the computer’s CD/DVD drive. Follow the instructions that
will be displayed in a window that opens automatically. If you have the iPhoto
application (or other photo editing software) installed on your Mac, you can skip
this step.
Installing Scanner Driver
a. Insert driver CD into the computer CD/DVD drive and look at the contents
with “Finder”.
b. Double click the ”CyberView ” icon to begin the installation process.
Follow the onscreen prompts to complete the installation process.
NOTE: Make sure the scanner is NOT connected to the computer during the
CyberView driver installation.
c. Restart the computer once the installation process is complete.
INSTALLING HARDWARE
for PC (Windows) and Mac (OSX) Users
Connect the scanner to a power source:
1. Plug the AC adapter into an AC power source FIRST before plugging it
into the scanner.
2. Attach the USB cable to the computer using the standard USB adapter
end. Attach the USB adapter end of the cable to back panel of the
scanner.
3. Switch on the power on the front side of the scanner.
For instructions on loading film into holders continue on p. 11.
If you are familiar with loading film into film holders skip to p. 18.
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TWAIN scanner plug-in Installation Guide for Adobe Photoshop Elements 9
and newer versions
Important: Do not move plug-ins from previous versions of Photoshop Elements
into the Photoshop Elements 9 > Plug-Ins folder, or set the Photoshop Elements
8 (or earlier) > Plug-In folder as the Additional Plug-Ins Folder in Preferences.
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The TWAIN scanner plug-in is no longer installed with Photoshop Elements 9.
In order to be able to import scanner device through Adobe Photoshop elements, please follow below instructions after installing Adobe Photoshop
Elements 9 to find where and how to install the TWAIN component which was
previously installed with the application for versions earlier than Photoshop
Elements 9.
Find complete information at official Adobe website:
http://kb2.adobe.com/cps/849/cpsid_84933.html
Macintosh
To install the legacy TWAIN plug-in for Macintosh, copy TWAIN.plugin folder
from: //Applications/Adobe Photoshop Elements 9/Optional Plug-Ins/ImportModules/
Into: //Applications/Adobe Photoshop Elements 9/Locales/<locale>/Plug-Ins/
Windows
To install the legacy TWAIN plug-in for Windows, copy twain_32.8ba from:
C:\Program Files\Adobe\Photoshop Elements 9\Optional Plug-Ins\ImportExport\
Into: C:\Program Files\Adobe\Photoshop Elements 9\Locales\<locale>\Plug-Ins\
Import-Export\
64-bit Windows
Photoshop Elements 9 is a 32-bit application. When installed on a 64-bit version
of Windows the path is slightly modified.
To install the legacy TWAIN plug-in for Windows, copy twain_32.8ba from:
C:\Program Files (x86)\Adobe\Photoshop Elements 9\Optional Plug-Ins\ImportExport\
Into: C:\Program Files (x86)\Adobe\Photoshop Elements 9\Locales\<locale>\
Plug-Ins\Import-Export\
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Tabs
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Lock
Lower Magnetic
Film Guide
Tabs
Upper Magnetic
Film Guide
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Loading 120 film into the holder
120 film holder
Loading 120 film into the holder (continued)
Tabs
Upper Magnetic
Film Guide
Lock
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Tabs
Lower Magnetic
Film Guide
1. As illustrated above, turn the holder with the embossed arrow
facing towards the left, so that the lock on the holder is at the bottom.
Opened
guide
Closed
guide
2. Open the two magnetic film holder guides on the sides of the holder
by pulling on the tabs of the guides upwards.
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Unlocked
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3. To scan a 3rd frame in the strip you will need to remove the strip
and rotate it 180 degrees so the writing on the edges is now
inverted
4. Orient the film as illustrated the text on the film edges will read ABC.
Align the film with the triangle mark in the upper left corner. Close
the upper film guide first.
NOTE: Make sure that the film is as flat as possible between the film guide
holders (see below).
ABC
ex.: flattened film CORRECT
ex.: curved film INCORRECT
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Loading 120 film into the holder (contin-
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ABC
ex.: correctly positioned film, lower left corner at the triangle
mark
ABC
ex.: incorrectly positioned film, not aligned with triangle mark
Loading 120 film holder into scanner
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Insert the holder into the front of the scanner, pushing it in as far as it will
go.
To release the holder, gently pull it out.
Note: Orientation of scanner in the diagrams is from the front of the unit. Take
note of the curved edge of the 120 film holder also facing towards the front of
the scanner for correct orientation when loading the scanner.
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Loading 135 film into the holder
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135 film holder
cba
a. Orient film strip based on
the example graphic “abc”
on the holder.
cba
b. Open the film holder by pulling down on the tab
from the bottom center of the holder. Lift the front
part of the holder. The top side of the holder
is marked with white arrows.
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Pull
down
Lift
open
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White arrows
Loading 135 film into the holder (continued)
Dividers
Horizontal
guides
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c. lnsert the orientated film negative into the holder between the
horizontal guides. Carefully line up the dividers on the film negative with
the dividers on the holder.
d. Close the holder and push the tab to the closed position.
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Push to closed
position
e. Insert the film holder into the scanner from the left or right side into the
small opening. Push the holder inside until you feel it hit a stop, then scan.
After the scan is done, push the holder farther into the scanner until it hits
another stop, and scan again. Repeat until the end of the holder.
Make sure that the orientation of white arrows on the holder correspond
with the triangle mark on the scanner.
Insert the film holder
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Loading 135 mounted slides into the holder
135 slide holder
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cba
cba
a. Orient slides based on the example graphic “abc” on the holder.
b. Insert mounted slides into the holder.
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Loading 135 film and slide holder into the scanner
Insert the film holder into the scanner from the left or right side into the small
opening. Push the holder inside until you feel it hit a stop, then scan. After the
scan is done, push the holder farther into the scanner until it hits another stop,
and scan again. Repeat until the end of the holder.
Make sure that the orientation of white arrows on the holder correspond with
the triangle mark on the scanner. (see previous page for illustration).
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HOW TO SCAN
STEP 1 – Powering on the scanner
Status LED
Scanner Status
Power on Cycle
Unit will take approx. 40-50 sec. to callibrate. The power
LED will be solid blue (not blinking) to indicate that
the scanner is ready to use.
LED Status
Flashing indicates the scanner is busy, do not insert/remove film holders
Flashes several times,
then a pause,
then flashes again
Scanner is malfunctioning. Turn the unit off, close the
software, power on the scanner, wait for calibration, then
re-open CyberView.
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Scanning process step-by-step:
Powering on the scanner > Select film type > Optional Prescan >
> Set scan settings > Scan
STEP 2 – Select film type
a. Open the CyberView scanning interface.
b. Select the film type to be scanned - Positive, Negative or B&W (Black and
White).
c. Once you have selected a film type you will have the option to select
the frame sizes for the various 120 format films, after you have inserted
the film holder into the unit.
NOTE: The 135 film will be auto-detected, a frame selection is not necessary.
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STEP 3 – Optional Prescan
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Pre-Scanning should be used to manually adjust color/edit settings before doing
a final scan.
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In the CyberView interface click on the “Prescan” menu bar icon.
The scanner will initialize the prescanning process.
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Once the prescan is complete, the image will appear in the CyberView
interface:
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When the image appears on the screen, select the “Final scan icon“ to scan
the file into a folder on the hard drive.
3a. Editing of the prescanned image before saving can also be done
by clicking on the “Image Adjustment“ icon,
(for more see “Advanced scanning options“ Page 23).
STEP 4 – Set Scan Settings
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After clicking on the “Scan“ from the menu, then click on Prefernce select
the film type “Scan setting“ setup dialog box will appear:
Set Scan Settings (Continued)
a. Resolution
The default scanning resolution is 1000dpi, additional resolution options are
listed below.
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Notice: Higher scanning resolutions result in greater scanning time and hardisk space
requirements.
b. Color Depth
Choose between 8 and 16 bit. A higher color depth setting will result in
a larger range of colors in the final scanned image.
Scan Mode – Normal mode produces a scan in jpeg format while Quality produces a non-compressed, “loss-less” TIFF image.
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The Film Scanner color depth is 48 bit true color
The scanning software has the capability of selecting 8 bit color mode or 16 bit
color mode when scanning, This will produce 24 or 48 bit color images, 8 bits or 16
bits per Red, Green and Blue color channels
Example:
8 bit mode = 8 Red, 8 Green, and 8 Blue for a total of 24 bit color
16 bit mode = 16 Red, 16 Green, and 16 Blue for a total of 48 bit color
c. Note: Color image file size of different resolutions and color depths:
Default Scanning
Resolution
Color Depth
per RGB channel
Color Mode
(24-bit/48-bit)
Film Size
(mm)
Approx.
File Size*
1000dpi
8 bit
24-bit
35
3.93 MB
1000dpi
8 bit
24-bit
60 x 45
11.97 MB
1000dpi
8 bit
24-bit
60 x 60
15.96 MB
1000dpi
8 bit
24-bit
60 x 70
18.63 MB
1000dpi
8 bit
24-bit
60 x 90
23.94 MB
1000dpi
8 bit
24-bit
60 x 120
31.92 MB
1000dpi
16 bit
48-bit
35
7.87 MB
1000dpi
16 bit
48-bit
60 x 45
23.95 MB
1000dpi
16 bit
48-bit
60 x 60
31.92 MB
1000dpi
16 bit
48-bit
60 x 70
37.21 MB
1000dpi
16 bit
48-bit
60 x 90
47.89 MB
1000dpi
16 bit
48-bit
60 x 120
63.85 MB
* for TIFF = uncompressed format, higher resolution will create larger file sizes.
NOTE:
Make sure there is enough space available on the computer when changing
the Scanning Resolution. A high scanning resolution results in large files that
may prove difficult to save.
STEP 5 – Set Scan Preferences
Select Scan - Preference - Film Type - Scan Setting
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“Prescan Resolution“ - Default pre-scan resolution.
“Color Depth“ – Default color depth while scanning.
“Scan Mode“ – Default scan mode while scanning.
Configuring Scan settings
1.
Select Browse and choose the designated folder to save the scanned
image to
2.
Enter the file name.
3.
Trailing Index after Base File Name Digits: Defines the length of the file
name and numbering sequence up to 6 digits Example image1 or image000001.
4. Options - Use Film Index: Use the number assigned to the slide based on it’s
position in the cartridge.
User Defined Start Number: Enter a specific start number
5. Choose the file type , “TIF” or “JPG”. (TIF uncompressed or JPG CompressedChoose image quality for JPEG. (20-100) 100 offers the least amount of compression
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Advanced Setting
”Auto Exposure” - Attempts to find the correct exposure to get the widest range of whites and blacks while putting the middle grays at around
the middle of the data range.
”Auto Balance” - Using the image histogram to balance RGB channels. It
estimates images’ color cast and adjust the images accordingly
“Auto Contrast” - The scanner software analyzes the data and automatically adjusts the Setting for the White and Black Points.
”Digital Noise Reduction” – Applies a filter, Reducing the film grain.
Default Scanning Area
Adjust the scanning size as well as adjust the “Scan Offset” setting to move
the image position of slide.
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Magic Touch / Auto Color
Enable / disable Magic Touch and Auto Color adjustment to scans.
Scanning with Magic Touch requires longer scanning times, the feature is turned
off by default.
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Magic Touch is a powerful dust and scratch removal technology that does away
with the hassle of learning complex and tedious software techniques. Being
hardware-based, it works seamlessly with the scanning process to ensure the
best possible results when bringing images into the computer. Dust, scratches
and other flaws are intelligently detected and eliminated, restoring the image to
its original beauty.
Auto Color takes the guesswork out of the scanning process to streamline the
workflow and achieve the best results. Proprietary color enhancement
technology is applied to scanned images to provide the most accurate color
adjustment, resulting in vibrant images with optimal brightness, contrast and
saturation.
STEP 6 – Scan
Scan - Scan- Scan Current Frame
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Scan (Continued...)
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This begins the scan to file process
All scaned images will be saved to the directory location set previously,
the factory default locations are:
Windows: C:\Users\[YOUR NAME\Documents;
MAC: Mac HD\Users\[YOUR NAME]\Pictures\Cyberview Images),
STEP 7 – Exit
Select “Scan > Exit” to close the driver. Scanned image files can be open/edited with
any image editing software.
NOTE: If using the supplied image editor, for help with this application see the users Help from
within the application or browse the supplied DVD for the help documentation.
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USER INTERFACE
I. Menu Commands [Overview + Full]
II. Function Bar Diagram / Toolbar Diagram
III. Active Frame Settings Area
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There are three major parts of the CyberView user interface:
I. Menu Commands [Overview]
Menu Commands - Scan (overview)
a. Prescan
b. Scan
c. Revert
d. Preference
e. Exit / Quit
Menu Commands - Preview (overview)
Zoom, Rotate & Flip features.
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There
are three major
parts of the
CyberView user interface:
Menu
Commands
- Window
(overview)
Settings for the CyberView window and Exposure adjustment for the scanner.
I. Menu Commands [Overview + Full]
II. Function Bar Diagram / Toolbar Diagram
III. Active
Frame Settings
Default
“Exposure
Setting” isArea
100% for all 3 color channels.
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Increase the exposure of the scanning light source if images are too
dark. Decrease exposure if images are too bright.
I. Menu Commands [Overview]
Menu Commands - Scan (overview)
a. Prescan
b. Scan
Menu Commands
- Scan
c. Revert
a. Prescan
d. Preference
Prescan the existing film.
e. Exit / Quit
b. Scan
Menu
Commands
- Preview
(overview)
1. Scan
Selected to File…
> Scan the
selected film to a specified path.
Zoom, Rotate & Flip features.
Preference - See Scan Setting (See Page 13)
c. Revert
Discards all modifications and restores the image back to the original
state.
Exit
Closes the CyberView X5 user interface.
There is a message pop-up “Quit the application prompts to save documents?“ click “Yes“ to save , “No“ to discard the current
settings or “Cancel“ to return to Cyber View X.
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There
are three
major parts- of
the CyberView
user interface:
Menu
Commands
Window
(overview)
Increase the exposure of the scanning light source if images are too
dark. Decrease exposure if images are too bright.
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Settings for the CyberView window and Exposure adjustment for the scanner.
I. Menu Commands [Overview + Full]
II. Function Bar Diagram / Toolbar Diagram
III. Active
Frame
SettingsSetting”
Area is 100% for all 3 color channels.
Default
“Exposure
I. Menu Commands [Overview]
Menu Commands - Scan (overview)
a. Prescan
b. Scan
Menu
Commands - Scan
c. Revert
Prescan
d. a.
Preference
Prescan the existing film.
e. Exit / Quit
b. Scan
Menu Commands
- Preview
1. Scan Selected
to File…(overview)
> Scan the selected film to a specified path.
Zoom, Rotate & Flip features.
Preference - See Scan Setting (See Page 13)
c. Revert
Discards all modifications and restores the image back to the original
state.
Exit
Closes the CyberView X5 user interface.
There is a message pop-up “Quit the application prompts to save documents?“ click “Yes“ to save , “No“ to discard the current
settings or “Cancel“ to return to Cyber View X.
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Menu
Commands
Window (overview)
II. Function
Bar-Diagram
In orderfor
tothe
optimize
scanned
image
quality,
please
select your
lm type
and
Settings
CyberView
window
and
Exposure
adjustment
forfithe
scanner.
brand from the toolbar:
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Default “Exposure Setting” is 100% for all 3 color channels.
Increase the exposure of the scanning light source if images are too
dark. Decrease exposure if images are too bright.
Prescan: Pre-scan the current film.
Scan: Scan film.
Image Adjustment: Press drop down button for more options.
Auto Calibrate:
Calibrates the Scanner
Menu Commands
- Scan
a. Prescan
Prescan the existing film.
b. Scan Diagram
Toolbar
1. Scan Selected to File… > Scan the selected film to a specified path.
1. Un/Lock scanning area.
2. Zoom In: Magnify image.
Preference - See Scan Setting (See Page 13)
3. Zoom Out: Reduce image.
c. Revert
4. Rotate
90 Left:
Turnand
therestores
image 90°
clockwise.
Discards
all modifi
cations
thecounter
image back
to the original
state.5. Rotate 90 Right: Turn the image 90° clockwise.
6. Flip Horizontal: Flip the image horizontally.
Exit
7. Flip Vertical: Flip the image vertically.
Closes the CyberView X5 user interface.
8. isRevert:
Discard
all modifi
and restore
the image.
There
a message
pop-up
“Quitcations
the application
prompts
to save documents?“ click “Yes“ to save , “No“ to discard the current
settings or “Cancel“ to return to Cyber View X.
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There are three major parts of the CyberView user interface:
Menu Commands - Image Adjustment
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I. Menu Commands [Overview + Full]
II.a. Function
Bar Diagram / Toolbar Diagram
Image Adjustment
III. Active Frame Settings Area
1. Variations: Generates different views of image with options to make
changes to highlights, midtones, etc.
I. Menu Commands [Overview]
Menu Commands - Scan (overview)
a. Prescan
b. Scan
c. Revert
d. Preference
e. Exit / Quit
Menu Commands - Preview (overview)
Zoom, Rotate & Flip features.
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Menu
Commands - Window (overview)
2. Color Balance
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Menu Commands - Scan
a. Prescan
Prescan the existing film.
b. Scan
1. Scan Selected to File… > Scan the selected film to a specified path.
Preference - See Scan Setting (See Page 13)
c. Revert
Discards all modifications and restores the image back to the original
state.
Example: If a previewed image appears too dark, use the “Brightness” slider in the “Color
Balance” window
Exit to adjust the image by selecting the slider in the center and moving it to
the right. The image’s
“After”
view becomes
Select “OK” to accept the changes which
Closes
the CyberView
X5lighter.
user interface.
will be sent to the
scanning
hardware.pop-up
This can “Quit
also bethe
used
to adjust each
of the functions
There
is a message
application
prompts
to save docuin “Color Balance” by contrast, saturation and specific color ranges of cyan, magenta and
ments?“ click “Yes“ to save , “No“ to discard the current
yellow.
settings or “Cancel“ to return to Cyber View X.
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Settings for the CyberView window and Exposure adjustment for the scanner.
To adjust the brightness, contrast, saturation, and color (CMY or RGB)
of the image. Comparisons between before and after adjusted images
Defaultfor
“Exposure
Setting” is 100% for all 3 color channels.
are shown
reference.
Increase the exposure of the scanning light source if images are too
dark. Decrease exposure if images are too bright.
There are three major parts of the CyberView user interface:
3. Curves and Levels
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I. Menu Commands [Overview + Full]
Adjust
settings
by moving
Curve and Levels settings.
II. Function
Bar image
Diagram
/ Toolbar
Diagram
between
III. ActiveComparison
Frame Settings
Area before and after adjustment is displayed for
reference.
I. Menu Commands [Overview]
Menu Commands - Scan (overview)
a. Prescan
b. Scan
c. Revert
d. Preference
e. Exit / Quit
Menu Commands - Preview (overview)
Zoom, Rotate & Flip features.
Example: When the previewed image appears to be too dark, adjustments with the Input
slider in the Curves and Levels window can be made to correct the image. Selecting the Gray
slider in the center and moving it to the left will result in changes in the “After” view resulting
in a lighter image. Once the adjusted image is acceptble select “OK” to send changes to
the scanning hardware. The same method can also be used to adjust each color channel
independently, using the channel drop down menu “RGB = All colors” R = Red, G = Green,
and B = Blue.
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Settings for the CyberView window and Exposure adjustment for the scanner.
Exposure Setting: To adjust the exposure time (R, G, B) press ”Reset” to restore
to the default setting.
Default “Exposure Setting” is 100% for all 3 color channels.
Increase the exposure of the scanning light source if images are too
dark. Decrease exposure if images are too bright.
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Menu
Commands
- Window (overview)
Menu
Commands
- Windows
Menu Commands - Scan
a. Prescan
Prescan the existing film.
b. Scan
1. Scan Selected to File… > Scan the selected film to a specified path.
Menu Commands - Help
• Update Firmware:
the fiPage
rmware
Preference
- See ScanUpgrade
Setting (See
13)version, select the path where
the file of firmware has been saved. (These files may be downloaded from
c. Revert
our website)
Discards all modifications and restores the image back to the original
state.
• About: Display system information (including operation system, CPU),
product information (including product name, model name, hardware
version,
firmware version, software version, device information including
Exit
interface
resolution).
information is helpful to provide
Closesand
the optical
CyberView
X5 user This
interface.
when
requesting
technical
support.
There
is a message
pop-up
“Quit the application prompts to save documents?“ click “Yes“ to save , “No“ to discard the current
settings or “Cancel“ to return to Cyber View X.
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There are three major parts of the CyberView user interface:
Preview Window
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I. Menu Commands [Overview + Full]
Preview
the pre-scan
image by/ selecting
the measurement unit “in“- inches,
II. Function
Bar Diagram
Toolbar Diagram
“cm““px“
- pixelsArea
by clicking the upper-left corner.
III.centimeters,
Active Frame
Settings
I. Menu Commands [Overview]
Menu Commands - Scan (overview)
a. Prescan
b. Scan
c. Revert
d. Preference
e. Exit / Quit
Menu Commands - Preview (overview)
Status Line
In the lower left hand corner, the color
level
(RGB:&red,
blue) and
Zoom,
Rotate
Flipgreen,
features.
coordinates of the location [ex: I] are displayed. The zoom scale, the current slide
magazine location and how many areas selected to scan (2 or or higher indicates:
Multiple scan areas on one slide [ex: II].
I.
II.
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Settings for the CyberView window and Exposure adjustment for the scanner.
A comprehensive advanced mode is available to allow for more user defined
adjustments.
Default “Exposure Setting” is 100% for all 3 color channels.
NormalIncrease
mode [ex:
to input the
basic
parameter
scan (including
scan
theI]exposure
of the
scanning
lighttosource
if images are
too
resolution,
size, color
depth).
dark. Decrease
exposurefiiflmimages
are too
bright.
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III.Menu
ActiveCommands
Frame Setting
Area (overview)
Advanced mode [ex: II]to input the parameter of scan and output (including
scan resolution, size, color depth and output resolution,
size, scan mode).
The “Active Frame Setting” only applies to the current preview image, click
“Apply to All” to set parameters in all previewed images. This will not apply
to direct scanning to file.
Menu Commands - Scan
a. Prescan
Prescan the existing film.
b. Scan
1. Scan Selected to File… > Scan the selected film to a specified path.
Preference - See Scan Setting (See Page 13)
c. Revert
Discards all modifications and restores the image back to the original
state.
Exit
Closes the CyberView X5 user interface.
There is a message pop-up “Quit the application prompts to save documents?“ click “Yes“ to save , “No“ to discard the current
settings or “Cancel“ to return to Cyber View X.
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There are
three major parts
of the CyberView user interface:
II. Function
Bar Diagram
In order to optimize scanned image quality, please select your film type and
I. brand
Menufrom
Commands
[Overview + Full]
the toolbar:
II. Function Bar Diagram / Toolbar Diagram
III. Active Frame Settings Area
Prescan: Pre-scan the current film.
Scan: Scan
film. (overview)
Menu Commands
- Scan
a. Prescan
Image Adjustment: Press drop down button for more options.
b. Scan
c. Revert Auto Calibrate: Calibrates the Scanner
d. Preference
e. Exit / Quit
Toolbar Diagram
Menu Commands - Preview (overview)
1. Un/Lock scanning area.
2. Zoom In: MagnifyZoom,
image.Rotate & Flip features.
3. Zoom Out: Reduce image.
4. Rotate 90 Left: Turn the image 90° counter clockwise.
5. Rotate 90 Right: Turn the image 90° clockwise.
6. Flip Horizontal: Flip the image horizontally.
7. Flip Vertical: Flip the image vertically.
8. Revert: Discard all modifications and restore the image.
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I. Menu Commands [Overview]
Menu Commands - Window (overview)
Settings for the CyberView window and Exposure adjustment for the scanner.
TECHNICAL
SUPPORT
Default “Exposure Setting” is 100% for all 3 color channels.
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CyberView
Increase the exposure of the scanning light source if images are too
For information
regardingexposure
the film if
scanner
dark. Decrease
imagesand
are CyberView
too bright. driver, please visit
www.reflecta.de
Bundled application software
For questions regarding bundled application software, you can refer to the HELP
function on the application menu bar or visit the software company’s website.
**This user manual has also been archived in the packaged CD.
Menu Commands - Scan
a. Prescan
Prescan the existing film.
b. Scan
1. Scan Selected to File… > Scan the selected film to a specified path.
Preference - See Scan Setting (See Page 13)
c. Revert
Discards all modifications and restores the image back to the original
state.
Exit
Closes the CyberView X5 user interface.
There is a message pop-up “Quit the application prompts to save documents?“ click “Yes“ to save , “No“ to discard the current
settings or “Cancel“ to return to Cyber View X.
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