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Author Topic: Adjusting Z3200ps to isoCoated  (Read 539 times)
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« on: January 15, 2012, 09:02:49 PM »

while diving deeper into color management im playing with the following idea.

when setting up a RIP for proofing, i build a lin.. and a profile... and then print the it8 chart with CM on and "adjust" the profile to isoCoated, iterative till i get a good dE.

no the Zps has a PS RIP built in. i calibrated the proofing paper.. built a large RGB profile... when i send a fogra27.tif of the fogra 3.0 wedge.. i get a max dE 4 and avg 1.7.. and an OK..

now -.- is there any chance to get even closer to the isoCoated?

how would the built in pantone emu react?

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