VueScan was released on , and you can read about
what's new in this version.
You can get more information in the
If you've never used VueScan, you can get more information from the
VueScan User's Guide
(also available in PDF).
There is also a list of
Unfortunately, we don't have any other old versions of VueScan available.
Upgrade to the Latest Version
To upgrade to the latest version of VueScan, just click the version you want in the table above.
It will automatically recognize if you've already purchased it, and the
latest version should just work. You don't need to uninstall old versions
You can purchase two Editions of VueScan - Standard or Professional - but
there is only one file to download. After you purchase and enter a serial number,
the Standard Edition or Professional Edition features are enabled.
- Free Trial
- Free Upgrades for 1 year
- No Film/Slide Scanning
- No OCR Text Files
- No Advanced Features
- Free Trial
- Unlimited Free Upgrades
- Enable Film/Slide Scanning
- Create OCR Text Files
- Enable Advanced Features
You can use VueScan on up to four different computers that you personally
use, with any combination of operating systems, with any number of
scanners, both x32 and x64, with a single license.
You can use the version you purchase for as long as you want.
You get free upgrades for one year with the Standard Edition
and unlimited free upgrades with the Professional Edition.
There is usually an upgraded version of VueScan every week or two,
and these include improvements, new features, support for additional
scanners, bug fixes, and support for new operating systems
like Windows 8.1 and Mac OS X 10.10 (Yosemite).
The VueScan Bible is the "missing manual" for new, experienced, and prospective users of VueScan.
Sascha Steinhoff, author of the best-selling book Scanning Negatives and Slides
2nd edition, guides the reader through all stages of using VueScan, from the
step-by-step installation through the workflow of scan preparation and scanning.
You can get more info about the book from the publisher,
Scanning negative or transparency analogue film with a consumer grade desktop scanner can be a frustrating
experience. This guide will help you get the most out of your analogue images. Follow the step-by-step
workflows in this guide to scan an image just once, to obtain an analogue 'RAW file' that contains full
highlight and shadow detail. Intended for enthusiast amateur and pro photographers who use or are willing
to obtain Adobe Photoshop CS or higher, Silverfast or VueScan scanning software and the ColorPerfect plug-in.
Finally, a clear guide to optimize your hybrid analogue to digital workflow.