I'm an extremely novice Photoshop user, so please forgive my simple question. But I heard that with CS2, you can scan in multiple images together, and then CS2 will separate the images for you. If I could scan in 6 pictures at once, instead of 1, that would save ridiculous time. Is this possible?
I'm currently using CS1, but would make the upgrade if that was the case.
If not-are there any good scanning programs for Mac OSX (10.3.9)? I'm producing more slideshows, which means LOTS of scanning.
Thanks for any advice-
PowerMac G4 (Quicksilver)
Dual 1 GHZ
1.5 gig RAM
Final Cut HD
File>Automate>Crop and Straighten is the command.. you can scanmultiple at once that run that command to sepearate them into individual docuemnts
Richard M. Harrington, PMP
Author: Photoshop CS for Nonlinear Editors
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