Category Archives: Workbench

Articles relating to the Workbench application within the Serendipity Client

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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Output – assigning a Media

Serendipity Blackmagic / Megarip gives users the option to assign a Media to an Output (printer destination) as part of their print workflow. Why assign a Media to my Output? As a workflow control method and a safeguard against potential paper waste. If a … Continue reading

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Create a Job Genie with Plate Versions (7.1.01+)

Serendipity Blackmagic / Veripress 7.1.01+ adds job plate version recognition to Job Genie functionality. Previously, if a RIP setup (with an assigned Job Genie) detected new plate file versions, the files were polled, displayed in the RIPMonitor, and submitted for proofing … Continue reading

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Adding Job Special Colours to Calcheck Charts

Serendipity Blackmagic 7.1+ includes an Include Job Colours option in Jobticket. When enabled, the option automatically appends job spot colours to the Calcheck Chart assigned to print with the job, allowing them to be verified. To enable Include Job Colours: Open the Workbench … Continue reading

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Paper Profile – a single paper density patch for 7.1+

Serendipity Blackmagic / Megarip 7.1+ simplifies the measurement of Paper Profile density patches. The Measurement Window, activated using the Measure Patches button in Paper Profile, now requires only one paper patch – Patch 1 in the first ink channel – to … Continue reading

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