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How to Calibrate a Printer (version 6.0+)

The following is a step-by-step guide to the methods used to achieve ISO calibrated output using Serendipity Blackmagic / Megarip version 6.0+. The setup described below is for an Epson 7900 being calibrated to a Fogra 39 standard. Linearisation Curves will be generated using … Continue reading

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Setting Maximum Ink when profiling high-resolution printers

Users may find when calibrating printers with a high normal print resolution, i.e. 1200 x 1200 dpi or above, that severe Paper Profile Ink Limiting is required in order to prevent flooding. The necessity to Ink Limit 2+ ink channels … Continue reading

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Spectrophotometer driver missing from the Instrument drop-down list

My spectrophotometer is missing from the instrument drop-down list. Users may find their spectrophotometer missing from the available instrument driver options in the Lineariser, Spectro, Calcheck and Displays applications or from Workbench Data Types such as Paper Profile. Firstly, check … Continue reading

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How to Calibrate a Monitor

The following is a step-by-step guide to calibrating a display for accurate softproofing in the Blackmagic/Veripress SoftProof application. The process described applies to calibrations for any SoftProof and press standard, but for this guide Blackmagic will be used to calibrate … Continue reading

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How to Calibrate Your Printer

The following is a step-by-step guide to the methods used to achieve ISO calibrated output using Serendipity Blackmagic / Megarip versions 5.1 – 5.4.03 The setup described below is for an Epson 7900 being calibrated to a Fogra 39 standard. … Continue reading

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How to Calibrate a White Ink Printer

This document may be used as a guide in order to calibrate the Epson WT7900 printer for printing on Epson ClearProof Film. The setup described here is specifically for an Epson WT7900. Paper Profile patches and Linearisation Curves will be … Continue reading

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