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Old 10-10-2017, 1:23 AM
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Anyone know how to get Proscan to run 2 different scanners [396Xt & 536] at the same time on the same computer? How would you record the audio into 1 port?
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I may be wrong, but I don't think you can run 2 scanners on one instance of ProScan. You could make a second copy of the ProScan folder and run a second instance using another scanner. That's How I run 2 scanners with ProScan.
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Anyone know how to get Proscan to run 2 different scanners [396Xt & 536] at the same time on the same computer?
Copy and Paste a ProScan folder. Run ProScan from the new folder and change the options pertaining to that instance.

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How would you record the audio into 1 port?
You can have one scanner feeding audio to the left input and the other scanner feeding to the right input. On one instance of ProScan, set the audio left input up to 100% and the right to 0%. Do the opposite to the other instance.

Since you have a BCD536HP, I would use the Wi-Fi method of getting audio to ProScan. Also Wi-Fi audio sounds a lot better then the sound card input method.

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I run 8 on the same PC with PROSCAN at the same time. It is like installing it 8 times for me with 8 different short cuts I have then named for each scanner.
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