Pull yourself together with TrueSep: From binary to ink finaryBy Chris Williams. Published: 28th Nov 01:28:03 | Permalink | Printable
In an addition to their Publisher Pack, Cerilica have updated the ink separation application, TrueSep. TrueSep can now..
- ..throughput of mask data (used by Photodesk 2/3)
- ..convert individual RGB values to CMYK values in a separation window to enable accurate matching of ink usage
- ..everything else TrueSep used to do.
The Publishing Pack brings essential components to every RISC OS publisher, whether you are a professional or occasional designer.
Cerilica Publisher Pack:www.cerilica.com/ppack/
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