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Calibrating a Monitor for Soft Proofing

The following is a guide to calibrating a display for colour accurate soft proofing in Serendipity Blackmagic / Veripress Display calibration uses these Serendipity Blackmagic / Veripress applications: Workbench Calcheck Chart Press SoftProof Displays requires this data to be imported: … Continue reading

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Eizo CG279X / CG319X Calibration Settings

When calibrating Eizo CG279X and CG319X monitors for Softproofing in Serendipity Blackmagic / Veripress and Blackmagic, we recommend the following Displays application settings:- Brightness: 150-170 cd/m2 Whitepoint: D50 (5000K) Gamma: 2.2 Options: Use Hardware Calibration or Use Self Calibration Instrument: Eizo CG319X … Continue reading

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Proof Lock – ensure calibrated and colour verified soft proofing

Serendipity Blackmagic / Veripress 7.1.01+ includes a Proof Lock feature in Client Settings. Proof Lock allows Veripress / Blackmagic (w/Soft Proofing Add-on) system administrators to configure the Serendipity Client to disable the SoftProof window when the display needs calibration, or has failed to meet … Continue reading

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How to Calibrate a Printer using CMYK printer screening mode

Serendipity Blackmagic / Megarip includes manufacturer ‘Printer’s Screening’ or ‘HTM’ (half tone module) drivers for many printer models. Printer screening drivers utilise manufacturer designed LUTs (look up tables) to control the printer’s output. In addition, these LUTs utilise the extra … Continue reading

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How to Calibrate a Printer using RGB mode

Serendipity Blackmagic / Megarip includes manufacturer ‘Printer’s Screening’ or ‘HTM’ (half tone module) drivers for many printer models. Printer screening drivers utilise manufacturer designed LUTs (look up tables) to control the printer’s output. In addition, these LUTs utilise the extra … Continue reading

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