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Posted on 09 September 2017, 01:43 UTC by:   Fragilecare    PM
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Does anybody know how prevention the Moire when decreasing the resolution?
Posted on 09 September 2017, 02:45 UTC by:   Lowrisk    PM
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T-29 SenJoTeki
http://www.toranoana.jp/mailorder/article/04/0030/56/25/040030562534.html
真夏の夜の総集編2
http://www.toranoana.jp/mailorder/article/04/0030/56/25/040030562551.html

plz.
Posted on 09 September 2017, 03:01 UTC by:   the13thArcana    PM
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FINALLY THE RAW!

BLESS YOU SO MUCH!
Posted on 09 September 2017, 03:19 UTC by:   Anime Janai    PM
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>Fragilecare: Does anybody know how prevention the Moire when decreasing the resolution?
Your scanner should have scanner control software to reduce the moire effect. If you are using one of those cheapie "all in one" scanners that has a combo printer+scanner, then those are usually cheap scanners that have minimal software. Even the so-called DPI scan values on the HP ones are not as good as those on a dedicated scanner. For example, my cheap standalone Canon flatbed scanner at 300dpi clearly and sharply scans the individual process color dots from commercial printing. But my HP office jet PRO with its 300dpi scanner still has them blurry and the not all the dots are even clearly seen (semi-missing). On top of that, the standalone scanner has a setting to eliminate the moire effect which it does excellently. The software with the HP office jet pro scanner does not.

You can also check with the manufacturer's website for your scanner to see if the latest software does have an anti-moire feature. You should also send in a suggestion if it does not. While that doesn't help you, that suggestion, if other people also suggest the same thing, might get the company to add that feature to a future product.
Posted on 09 September 2017, 04:11 UTC by:   namaemoi    PM
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@Anime Janai
It's resizing algorithm itself. Use Lanczos3 method instead of Bicubic for decreasing resolution.
Post-processing filters like auto-noise-reduction do some jobs maybe, but moire effect should not be occurred in the first place.
Posted on 09 September 2017, 06:03 UTC by:   Fragilecare    PM
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@Anime Janai
Thank you for your comment. However my raw file has no Moire and if I resize the resolution, moire occurred.
My scanner is 600dpi scanner so it is not machine you said. Anyway thank you for your recommand:)
Last edited on 09 September 2017, 07:10 UTC.
Posted on 09 September 2017, 20:04 UTC by:   LinCON    PM
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@Fragilecare
As namaemoi said, if your raw is fine then resizing algorithm you chose was the problem. But Lancsoz method also applies sharpen through its process quite heavily, which means the moire effect will still occurred. Same go for Bicubic and B-spline but a bit more softer than Lancsoz.
I'm no expert but I do a lot of resizing manga for my hdd space management. I would suggest trying Mitchell algorithm, it is my standard method for resizing manga file.
This method is very balance output between sharpness and moire effect.

Here, the way how i consider to choose algorithm,

Color, less dot, no/soft sharpen applied >> Lancsoz
Color / B&W, (heavy) sharpen applied >> Mitchell
Color / B&W, no sharpen, blur >> Lancsoz.
Last edited on 09 September 2017, 20:32 UTC.
Posted on 06 December 2017, 07:03 UTC by:   ビンビン    PM
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I came to fap, left learning how to effectively do scans right. Shout out to Anime Janai, namaemoi, and LinCON! (^^p)

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