GMG provides a preview of the following Graphics Canada 2017 booth highlights.
Designed for colour separation, the newest OpenColor version 2.0.6, according to GMG, holds the ability to dynamically create high-quality separation and preview profiles for Adobe Photoshop and HYBRID PACKZ software. For existing customers of OpenColor, the latest version offers a new function to calculate separations in a more flexible and convenient way via rules that can be applied to entire spot-colour libraries.
GMG OpenColor can connect to PACKZ, a PDF-based prepress software suite for professional package and label production, in order to bring dynamically created GMG profiles into other software. PACKZ, with OpenColor profiles, can re-separate jobs to reduce or optimize the number of plates used on press (replacing magenta with a spot colour or separate spot colours and overprints to a 7-color extended gamut printing process).
GMG ColorServer prepares data for a range of printing processes. It transforms fully automatically RGB, CMYK and mixed data to a single colour by means of separation, reseparation or colour conversion. The DeviceLink approach, according to GMG, avoids known drawbacks of ICC technology, such as reseparation of the black channel.
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