That's great news, glad it works.
djvubind will determine the resolution of the images on its own and give it to the encoder. If you also specify a resolution in an encoder option in the config file, it will end up running a command like "cjb2 -dpi 300 -lossy -dpi 400 image.tif". I have no idea what happens when you pass along two resolutions; it may take the second one and use that, or it may crash and complain. Hence, the config file recommends you don't specify a resolution.
So if the images themselves have the correct resolution, there's no need to set it in djvubind. If they have an incorrect resolution, you can take your chances and see what happens, or you can fix the images with ImageMagick (-density
, I believe)
Images coming from scantailor should have the correct resolution.