Everything I have excluding doujin that has already been scanned, doujin that is debind ready for scanning, doujin and artbooks that are contained in my C92 proxy order and the BDs. I have also preordered the OVA.https://my.mixtape.moe/zkmjfs.png>>2433884
I own the books, I just need to sit down, debind them and then scan them.>>2434026
It depends on several factors. Debinding doujin is easy enough. If the spine is heated for long enough, the pages will usually just fall out. Official books are more time consuming. The glue used is thicker and the spine is sometimes stitched. This means that I have to heat the glue enough so that the book will open far enough to reveal the stitches, cut the stitches with a scalpel and then reheat the glue to remove the pages. I use a professional temperature controlled heat gun rather than a hair hair dryer to speed up th process. A doujin can take a little as ten minutes to debind and official book can take up to two hours. The time it takes to scan a book depends on the output quality. 300dpi CIS scans take around ten seconds per page. 1200dpi CCD scans take around five minutes per page. A thirty page doujin generally takes around 2 hours to scan in very high quality. Processing the raws takes another 4 hours. Here I take the raw scanned images, which are 500-800mb each and convert them into an acceptable release. This involves cropping, rotating, leveling and down scaling. I don't use scripts and do everything manually page by page for superior quality.