White Alignment

The calibration of a color scanner prior to scanning consisting of the balancing of the red, green, and blue signals, commonly accomplished utilizing a step tablet. White alignment is also performed to prevent a color cast from permeating the scanned image (in which case it is also referred to as white out).

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