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| p.1 #5 · Curious - anyone use this? |
I've only done a quick run through to make sure it was working. Here's my first impressions:
It has potential, but default settings on just about everything are too strong. That's OK because you can adjust to taste. I work hard to remove dust and scratches when scanning in my film negatives, I can't imagine using the dust and scratch filter. To me it seems silly. I also use software to remove clicks and pops when digitizing my 78s and LPs. I can't imagine taking a digital source, like a CD, whose big advantage is noise free playback, and artificially introducing noise.
I was interested because I've been thinking about buying Replichrome because I like the look. I thought Analog would give me a similar look. It sort of does, but the settings are not nearly as robust. I'll probably get Replichrome after all.
It's a great free upgrade, but I doubt I would have gotten it if I had to pay.