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    PhotoShop plugin for division.

    Please advise a Photoshop plugin for image separation in a scan. Say, I am scanning A6 pictures to A3 - is there a plugin to automatically separate the images?

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    If this action need once in a way you can use "slice tool" - select few fragments (manually, unfortunately) - then "save for web". Each frame will be saved as a separate file. Unnecessary files (for example, white area) - easy to remove in the any viewer (sorry for my language - english is not my native)

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    Thanks a lot, dandy.
    So, there are not special plagin for it. Unfortunately.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gnedoy View Post
    Thanks a lot, dandy.
    So, there are not special plagin for it. Unfortunately.
    Photoshop Elements, but it not a plugin

    Can I scan several pictures at once?
    of the coolest new features in Elements 3 is its ability to scan
    several pictures at once on a flatbed scanner, and then
    automatically divide the scanned image into separate photo files.
    For best results, the photos need to have a clear separation
    between them. For images with white areas near an edge this
    command will work best if you place a piece of colored paper
    behind the photos.
    To do this technique; simply scan a group of photos at
    once and then in the Editor, choose Image > Divide Scanned
    Photos. Elements will automatically divide the scan and create a
    separate file for each.

    http://www.west.asu.edu/achristie/546/elementsFAQ.pdf

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    o.... very simlpe

    Photoshop has an option File -> Automate -> Crop & Straighten Photos which will isolate the photos in your scan, and put each photo in a separate file.
    Last edited by dendy_d; 01-09-2013 at 03:59 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dendy_d View Post
    o.... very simlpe

    Photoshop has an option File -> Automate -> Crop & Straighten Photos which will isolate the photos in your scan, and put each photo in a separate file.
    I was try it. May be low contrast, but Crop & Straighten Photos make the copy of file, and thats all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gnedoy View Post
    I was try it. May be low contrast, but Crop & Straighten Photos make the copy of file, and thats all.
    I try it before posting - 1 scan file with 3 photo. After use this command: 4 files( original and 3 separate files (1 photo in each file).

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    Quote Originally Posted by dendy_d View Post
    I try it before posting - 1 scan file with 3 photo. After use this command: 4 files( original and 3 separate files (1 photo in each file).
    I understund. On my scans images are too close to . I think so. I'll try to rescan. with more big margines.

    Thank you, dendy!

    And sorry for all for my english.

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    thank you

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