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    is relevant in this contest

    does not exist a profile that goes well for all

    it depends where as it will be printed

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    Quote Originally Posted by mao72 View Post
    is relevant in this contest

    does not exist a profile that goes well for all

    it depends where as it will be printed
    Since both profiles use the same characterization data, namely FOGRA39L.txt (available from fogra.org) the difference is subtle, and both are intended for PaperType 1 and 2 and printing according to ISO 12647-2 on a sheet-fed press.

    Just choose one, and stick to it along your workflow.

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    CMYK defaut Space: ISO Coated v2. It's will be right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alliswell View Post
    I am new to color profile.I am using corel draw 12 ,what is the best color profile for it?
    hello guys, i can't believe

    depending of printing process and paper type you will choose proper icc profile.
    on site www.eci.org you have icc profile for different paper type.
    read included pdf

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    Check ab chart at L=50 and L=23, they are different profile.
    L=50

    L=23

    red one is ISO CoatedV2 and white one is Fogra39.

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    @ aduser
    what is your conclusion?

    it's good to know

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    Quote Originally Posted by super silja View Post
    @ aduser
    what is your conclusion?
    When comparing between ISO coated v2eci and fogra39, ISO coated v2 is a better choice.

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    I find that ISO Coated (ECI) tends to shift saturated blues to purple. The profiles at [URL="http://colormanagement.org/"]colormanagement.org[/URL] do a better job. There are equivalents for all the ECI profiles. Plus there are strong GCR versions available and the profiles are freely redistributable.

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    if your have operated the color management for your devices, you can use your owe icc profiles in the corel draw software. and this is the best for you.

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    I agree too

    I agree too

    Amedeus

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    I't impossible to have a BETTER PROFILE: profile depend from many think...it depends where as it will be printed, used, and see.

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    you need a icc profile like xrite

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    If you are Graphics Designer don't use nothing else like standard ICC profiles already writen in this post

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