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    Color profile for all

    I am new to color profile.I am using corel draw 12 ,what is the best color profile for it?

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    UPDATE Corel Draw!

    Hi...

    You need UPDATE you corel draw for a simple color profile. Corel Draw only be good with color settings now in Corel X5.

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    RGB Working Space: ECI-RGB v2
    CMYK defaut Space: GRACoL v2 (if you print in the US) ISO Coated v2 (if your print else where in the world)

    Hope that helps

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    Well, the profiles are not made for a particular application. So the best profile is which accurately characterizes your input and output. For printing on coated media on a standardized sheet-fed printer, yes "ISOcoated_v2_eci.icc" is the most appropriate (you can download the standard profiles from www.eci.org), but to print to an ink-jet printer you must choose something completely different.

    And, yes upgrade to X5...

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    The default color profile is best!

    We have away using the default color profile .

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    Indeed, Standard ICC profiles are, currently, process specific, therefore, you need to know what will be your output process.

    If you do not know, you can ask, if not possible, use "ISOCoated V2 300%" as default CMYK Profile and make a PDF/X1a with this output intent.

    Printers should deal with if their output process is not compliant... that's the goal of color management is isn't it? :)

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    Most European Online Printers prefer ISO Coated V2 300% and PDF/X-3:2002 files.

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    there are differences between ISO Coated V2 and Fogra 39?

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    Fogra39 is the characterization data used to create the ISOCOated V2 profile.

    THat means that this ICC profile has its dedicated separation... you can create your own ISOCoatedv2 with your special separation if you want to.

    ISOCoated v2 and ISO Coated v2 300% are two ICC profiles from the same characterization data. = same A2B table

    Hope that helps

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    Quote Originally Posted by mao72 View Post
    there are differences between ISO Coated V2 and Fogra 39?
    If You are referring to Adobe's icc profile, than the answer is yes. In brief, ECI's profile is made with a different application (Heidelberg's ColorToolbox) and has a greater "resolution". One should avoid mixing the two profiles in the workflow since there will be conversion and the separation will change.

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    which it is better to use?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mao72 View Post
    which it is better to use?
    IMO ECI's profile (ISOcoated_v2_eci.icc)

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    Totally agree

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    Quote Originally Posted by PanozJani View Post
    IMO ECI's profile (ISOcoated_v2_eci.icc)
    you have printed with both profiles?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mao72 View Post
    you have printed with both profiles?
    In this context i think it's irrelevant, facts are facts. Probably the main difference will be in softproofing. But I trust the experts, and won't waste time comparing their performance.

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