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Theme: SilverFast DC-VLT
Q:

Getting familiar with the VLT interface, what is the VLT, the Album, the overview, etc.?

A:

the SilverFast VLT screen includes:
- the album palette (left)
- the tool- and control bar (top)
- the VLT overview (thumbnails in upper part)
- the VLT album (thumbnails in lower part)
- the magnifier (buttom left)
- image size info (between album palette and magnifier)

the button with the SilverFast eye (tool- and control bar far right) brings you to the usual SilverFast interface, with all the conventional image optimization tools.

A full SilverFast DC manual can be downloaded from our download website.
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Q:

How do I find/load my images into the VLT?

A:

On the top left of the VLT Window go to the "Browser- and navigation" area
By means of the browser, the entire directory as well as all external storage medium may quickly and easily searched for images.
Depending on the camera, the images can also directly be accessed from the device.
The upper popup menu shows the directory. It is possible to jump into any folder.
Select your folder by double-clicking the contents are loaded into the VLT overview.


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Q:

Does SilverFast DC-VLT support the IPTC standard?

A:

Almost, the current SilverFast DC-VLT 6.0.2 can only read - and display - existing IPTC data (which is embedded in a camera image file).


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Q:

Can SilverFast DC-VLT load ONLY JPEG files or also other formats?

A:

SilverFast DC-VLT can load TIFF, JPEG and PSD files.


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Q:

Is it possible to batch-rename/batch-number various image files?

A:

Yes, the Renaming Tool allows to batch rename, move and copy automatically in an easy way.


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Q:

It happens that some of my images dragged from the overview into the Album simply do not show as thumbnails in the Album, why this?

A:

This is a fault that currently happens only on Windows Me systems. LaserSoft Imaging will fix this issue soon.
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Q:

Can SilverFast DC-VLT read /import images directly out of my digital camera?

A:

SilverFast DC-VLT will NOT directly access a (connected) camera. However, if the camera memory is mounted (as a new volume) in the operating system, SilverFast is indeed able to access the data on this "volume" - which is in fact the memory card of the connected camera.

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