In order to correct for distortion caused by imperfections in camera lenses, it is necessary to calibrate PixScan™ with the camera you’re using. This is not necessary for scanned images.
Printing the Calibration Image
Photographing the Calibration Image
When photographing the calibration image, please ensure that:
The following is a sample image showing an actual sucessful PixScan calibration image:
Setting up a Calibration Profile
Each different camera or camera phone used may have its own calibration profile that can be selected to use once it has been created (as directed above). Once a calibration image is ready, a new profile can be created as follows:
That's it. Once you have the image loaded, the software will detect the camera name or allow you to give the Calibration profile a name. As the Calibration profile is then created, it can be selected whenever that particular camera is used to take PixScan™ images.