strider1551 wrote:The benefit for you, of course, is that with a pure white background you can leave the image layer of your pdf visible and still see the musical notation. I expect the file size will also drop.
Well, actually, the plain white background is acquired only by hiding the image layer (which is the layer the background is on). Then, though, when the image layer is hidden, so goes the musical notes - since they are rendered on the image layer as well. The work around so far is to process separately in Scan Tailor the pages with the musical notation, blocking off the red text with the picture tool. This gives the white background through Scan Tailor, while maintaining the colored text. Then is required re-insertion of those pages (and there aren't that many) into the original document...not a problem, really, just a little more time consuming.
Quite impressed with your rendition so far. I believe Clear Scan gives it that extra sharpness. Would be good if you could code something like that to give your image that extra boost. Also, pretty soon I'll be scanning the funeral rite, also containing colored text; if your interested in those images as well. Let me know.