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I have a some tif files where I placed multiple photos on a scanner. Is there any program that can automatically extract them?

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Noam Osband
I have a some tif files where I placed multiple photos on a scanner. Is there any program that can automatically extract them?
on Oct 17, 2016 at 6:49:47 pm

I had to scan lots of photos for a project. I placed multiple ones on the bed to go quicker. Is there any program for a Mac that will automatically extract them individually?


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Al Bergstein
Re: I have a some tif files where I placed multiple photos on a scanner. Is there any program that can automatically extract them?
on Oct 18, 2016 at 5:02:47 pm

You might try Silverfast 8. It's the best scanning package I've found. Totally pro. It has a feature for my Epson flatbed scanner, that allows me to load up many slides in the frame, and it will break them into individual images after the scan. Not sure it will do exactly what you want, but I think it can do what you describe. There is a demo full featured version if I remember right. I don't have any financial interest in the product.

Al


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Noam Osband
Re: I have a some tif files where I placed multiple photos on a scanner. Is there any program that can automatically extract them?
on Oct 20, 2016 at 12:03:33 am

Problem is I already scanned them. Is there anything that can do this after the fact?


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