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In a message dated 1/1/00 10:14:10 PM, email@example.com writes: >It's interesting that two papers that look as similar as these two (Epson >Photo and Luminos Preservation Glossy) could print SO differently. >Profiling the Preservation with the 1200 and WiziWYG would be impossible >(AFAIK) because the printed test chart would be such a mess as to be >useless. If there were a way for the typical user to dial down the ink >enough to print the test it might work, but I wonder if then there would >be >enough color saturation. Controlling the ink limits is one of the tricks that CMYK RIPs offer, but only if you can control the raw ink output used for profiling targets, or they are even more of a mess than what you describe. I'm currently dealing with this issue in differnt ways with different programs, and some developer solutions will be forthcoming. The worst combination at present is PressReady (due to its excellent open screens which place lots of ink, and its very advanced ICC based ink limiting technology, which does not limit the ink at all without a profile) in combination with Fotonic inks, with their low bleed point. Once PressReady is available for the 1200, and the Fotonics are available for the 1200 (both due soon) then the nightmare combo will be PR and Fotonics on a 1200 <G>... but the results once its tamed should be phenomenal! C. David Tobie Design Cooperative CDTobie@designcoop.com - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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