Category Archives: Serendipity Client

Articles relating to the Serendipity Client

Konica Minolta MYIRO-9 Spectrophotometer – Windows Installation

Serendipity Blackmagic / Megarip version 9.0 Konica Minolta Update 1 adds support for the MYIRO-9 Autoscan Spectrophotometer. After installing the software update, Windows users must also install:- MYIROtools for Windows This software adds the Windows components required to the make … Continue reading

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Softproof – Halfone Screening Simulation

Veripress / Serendipity Blackmagic (Soft Proofing Add-on) 9.0 adds halftone Screen Simulation for soft proofing. Screen Simulation applies a simulated halftone screen to the currently viewed softproof, allowing users to preview how the job will appear when output by a press … Continue reading

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Dark Theme – Serendipity Server and Client

Serendipity Blackmagic / Megarip / Veripress 9.0 adds a new Dark theme option for the Server window and the Serendipity Client interface. Theme is configured separately for the Server and Client. Available theme options are as follows: Light – Server … Continue reading

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Using Images with Transparent Backgrounds in Studio

Serendipity Blackmagic and Megarip version 9.0  introduces the ability to use images with a transparent background within the Studio application. Images with transparent backgrounds may be useful for overlaying elaborate text designs, or any image where a background is not to be printed … Continue reading

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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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