CRUSE offers powerful tools for image processing. Nevertheless, it is important to us that our scanners initially deliver completely unprocessed and raw scans that have not been optimized or otherwise digitally modified. This is because, with any application of filters or algorithms that change the scan data, there is always the danger of irreversibly distorting important details in the image. With this approach, we let the customer decide how and when digital filters should be used.
An example is digital sharpening. Although digital filters often provide a good result, there is no algorithm that perfectly guarantees a good result on all resolutions and lighting variants in combination with each template type.
As a core functionality, the Design Studio provides clear management and archiving of the collected data and is the starting point for all further processing steps. Design Studio guides users through defined workflows (CRUSE workflows) to achieve the desired result. Currently running jobs are synchronized and processed fully automatically between the applications.
You can easily adapt all options of a CRUSE workflow to the workflow of your company, save in user- and job-specific templates, and make changes at any time. Even complex scans and further processing steps become a matter of a few clicks for inexperienced users. Of course, this is also possible via the network if several users want to work with the data at the same time. CRUSE Design Studio is expandable, and below you will find an overview of its most important features.