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> > Dave, I gave Birmy RIP a try on my Epson 700, > and was underwhelmed. For one thing, I couldn't > get it to print at 720x1440 at all; the best I > could do was 720x720. At that resolution, the > image quality was noticeably, significantly inferior > to what I've been getting from the Epson driver. > Very coarse, grainy output. > > I was interested in it for the same reasons you've > stated. But the *potential* for improved color > wasn't worth (IMHO) the image degradation in all > other regards. > > What we desperately need -- from Epson -- is a > way to bypass the "mandatory" CMYK-to-RGB conversion > that their driver imposes on CMYK files. > Thx! That saves me some headaches. I definitely prefer to see a solution from one of the vendors already involved (Adobe or Epson) than have to put yet more software in the middle from someone else and figure out the nuances of what it supports and doesn't. --dave c. - Please: Stay on topic. Trim quoted messages. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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