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Once colors are manually tweaked for a better match care must be taken to use the same values on subsequent jobs; when a client resupplies a whole new file; when the job comes back six months or a year later, etc. We have ten operators processing sometimes hundreds of jobs a week from thousands of clients outputting to several different devices.
The new method of using LAB to convert is supposed to give better results. I have not seen better results. I am looking for a way to get better color right out of the gate when clients supply files with Pantone spot colors that will need to be converted to process.
They unknowingly end up with less than the optimum results.
Am I missing something in the workflow that would produce better results? I am trying to get this LAB conversion to work the way it seems it is supposed to work.
Or is only supposed to work in conjunction with a sophisticated RIP that does the conversion? What if a client supplies one pdf that they converted in InDesign and another with unconverted spot colors that we let the RIP convert. The color of the two pieces will not match. The problem is this: our tech editor has created graphics in Illustrator using the color chart of model function.
These are graphic knit. Each square contains a shade of motif representing the knit stitch. I then place these cards in their format native.
In Acrobat, the charts look fabulous. In the drive of the preview Mac and GoodReader, tables do this Each of these points must be placed inside their places. First, when I resize the application framework, the nuances of the model move I have re-size of the frame.
Any ideas on what could happen here? Does not help. I would rather put. Last edited by WharfRat ; , Stephen Marsh. PDF itself has a limit on the number of spot colours in a file, does it not???
Or is that only for display in the list in say output preview, while the file itself will still contain the greater amount of spots than is visible in Acrobat Pro?
The limit is in the display in Acrobat Pro, it appears that all the spots are still in the PDF file, even if they can't be displayed in the colour list. Last edited by Stephen Marsh ; , Comments are personal and my views may not be shared by my employer or partners. Using Acrobat Pro 9 Intel Mac JRT, Try the object inspector in output preview, rather than separations preview and see my previous note about the display limit in output preview vs. You could also try placing say the last PDF page in InDesign or opening the last page in Illustrator yes I know that one should not do that!
The later spots are still spots. Here are a pair I built. Do they have what you need?
Or are you looking for the CMYK mixes? If you want that, send me your output profile and I can generate a text document of tint mixes specific to your output condition. Oh MY! Rich, you are my HERO! We Tulsa folks look out for each other. Nice job rich Your pdfs allow me to show the people in customer service how crappy our color laser printer can be