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CDTobie@aol.com wrote: >The ultimate workflow/printing method to an Epson printer may well be to edit >in RGB, then print through a quality CMYK profile to a CMYK RIP. This dos not >require that you work in, or even visably convert to, CMYK. However it leaves >the back door available in case you wish to do a bit of CMYK editing. In the >mean time it simply lets you, not Epson, decide what CMYK conversions, black >curves, and ink limits you wish to use, and to have your color definitions >occur in a more exacting place. This assumes a true CMYK RIP, not StylusRIP. >Don't let horror stories about StylusRIP scare you away from RIPs in general. Hey CD! That sums up about a million words in a nice short paragraph! Congrats!! Dan Culbertson -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Please: Stay on topic. Trim quoted messages. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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