Category Archives: Serendipity Client

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Minimum Dot – Flexographic drop-off simulation

Serendipity Blackmagic / Veripress 8.1.01+ adds a new Minimum Dot % simulation feature to print and soft proofing workflows. This feature’s primary function is to simulate the effects of drop-off in Flexographic print. Drop-off is a term used to describe the … Continue reading

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Printer and Spectrophotometer drivers on Apple silicon (ARM-based) Macs – Rosetta mode

Serendipity Blackmagic / Megarip / Veripress 8.1.01+ is compatible with Apple silicon (ARM-based) Macs running macOS 11 Big Sur and above. Why do printer and spectrophotometer drivers appear to be missing from my Apple silicon software installation? The release of … Continue reading

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Studio Application – New Features for Version 8.1

Serendipity Blackmagic and Megarip, Version 8.1 includes new functions for the Studio application.   (Left to right – Create Frame, Clear Frame, Pin, Unpin) Create Frame Available via the Edit menu and in the toolbar, Create Frame will place an … Continue reading

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macOS 11 Big Sur / Apple M1 chip compatibility

Apple have released their new macOS 11 Big Sur operating system, along with new ARM-based Mac machines. The following is an FAQ for Serendipity Blackmagic / Megarip / Veripress users migrating to the new operating system. Is my software version … Continue reading

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Epson SC-P9500 / SC-P7500 – Proofing Mode

Serendipity Blackmagic / Megarip 8.1+ features support for the Proofing Mode added to the Epson Surecolor SC-P9500 / SC-P7500 series printers in the LK09K9 / LL09K9 Epson firmware release. The printer must have this firmware version (or later) installed for … Continue reading

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