Fuji FinalProof?

Hi all…

We’ve got several custom CMYK separations that we use here at the studio and we’d like to profile them for our Fuji FinalProof… We’ve used Chromix for our Epsons, but never for the Fuji… Is there anything different that needs to be addressed? I only ask because of the different methods of CMYK separation… I know the Fuji uses a RIP… and i’m not that experienced with the process… Any help would be appreciated

thanks

conrad

Heyrad;

I see that you posted to the ColorValet Forum also.

It’s basically the same process as RGB. The complete download is called
our ColorValet Print Profiling Kit, which includes an extended CMYK
TIFF target, a pdf instruction booklet, mailing label and order form.
If you have a RIP, or technical questions during the targeting process,
feel free to call our tech support at extension #2 for help.


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On May 18, 2005, at 12:56 PM, heyrad wrote:

Hi all…

We’ve got several custom CMYK separations that we use here at the
studio and we’d like to profile them for our Fuji FinalProof… We’ve
used Chromix for our Epsons, but never for the Fuji… Is there
anything different that needs to be addressed? I only ask because of
the different methods of CMYK separation… I know the Fuji uses a
RIP… and i’m not that experienced with the process… Any help would
be appreciated

thanks

conrad


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