Category Archives: Workbench

Articles relating to the Workbench application within the Serendipity Client

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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Using Printer Colour Management – Canon PRO / TM / TX Printers

Serendipity Blackmagic / Megarip 8.1+ includes an option to use Printer Colour Management for Canon PRO series, TM series, and TX series printers. Printer Colour Management is useful if a calibrated Media suitable for your printer and paper is not … Continue reading

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Serendipity Client Configuration

The following information outlines the basic processes required to configure your Blackmagic, Megarip, or Veripress as quickly as possible so you can get started straight away. In order to begin processing jobs, a Media, an Output, and a Pagesetup will … Continue reading

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Screen Print output to contone printers – Screening Simulation

Serendipity Blackmagic / Megarip 8.1+ adds a Simulate screening option to Screen Print Mode. When enabled, screen printing mode separates a job into single plates and prints them as ‘black’. The feature is nominally designed to print halftone dot screens onto clear film … Continue reading

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Workbench – Database Utility

In addition to the database backup provided by the Archives application and Server backup function, the Serendipity Blackmagic / Megarip / Veripress 8.0+ Workbench keeps its own backup and item version storage. In day-to-day use, the Server maintains the Workbench … Continue reading

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