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    Help Train a Dust and Scratch Removal Tool

    I'm not sure if you saw my previous post, but I've been contacted by an Adobe engineer who would like to help create a tool that will find and eliminate dust and scratches on film scans. It uses AI and machine learning so it needs to be trained to do this. You can help by submitted before and after images of film scans that have been dusted in PS or whatever software you use. There are detailed instructions in the link.

    Keep in mind this is purely a technical exercise, your images will not be published or shared in any way.

    If you want to be a champ, another way to do this is to make a scan with ICE off, and another with ICE on, and submit the results. But otherwise manual dusting is just fine.

    Thank you all for your help in advance! If we can put a man on the moon, we can train a computer to dust images for us.

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    Peter De Smidt's Avatar
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    Re: Help Train a Dust and Scratch Removal Tool

    That would be terrific! I'll try to help.
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