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    Best Color Management Program

    Anyone using GMG Colorproof? is these better than EFI colorproof or agfa prepress rip?

    thanks in advance

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    This is fine to question! A contrast it?

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    GMG color management, no CGS friendly, CGS simple to understand

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    so what's the best?

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    The best is Prinect Color Tool Box v3.5

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    I think, the question is exactly what is the best proofing-software when I read GMG or EFI.

    GMG is the leader, but with EFI it's already possible to make correct contract-proofs. The benefit of EFI is, that it's based on ICC-technology, so a new printing-condition will be easy and fast realized. GMG is much more complex.

    Kitaro

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    There was a time, when EFI was the leader and GMG, the outsider. Now it seems it's the other way around. I've used EFI for a while and I've been using GMG for almost 2 years now. It certainly needs a tech for initial installation and configuration, but in a day-to-day use, it's a breeze to work with.
    The only thing that matters to me is that it suits my needs. Thus, I don't really care which one's the best.

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    good argument

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    where I work we use the Web ORIS Color Tuner is very good ... anyone has had experience with this software?

    PD. I am looking for crack


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    I think the best choice might have something to do with your workflow.

    I haven't used GMG but i'm pretty satisfied with EFI so far.

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    I agree with Topstep1

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    What about using media from different suppliers?
    For example, GMG is able to provide very good results but the procedure to calibrate a new media (not GMG) is definitely not user friendly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by levatfab View Post
    What about using media from different suppliers?
    For example, GMG is able to provide very good results but the procedure to calibrate a new media (not GMG) is definitely not user friendly.
    Some suppliers already have paper profiles for the most common software.
    You dont need to make the profiles on your own.

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    In my opinion GMG Proofs are sometimes "too good" to be true and hardly to reach in a printing machine.

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    I think GMG is the best, I used FlexProofE form esko, and it doesn't make good results.

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