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    Question RIP Software Available here for Mac\PC

    I have both windows 7 x64 and macOS 10.6+ machines here and want to try using a rip with - for printing to a epson 7900.

    I want to try EFI, and am curious if, just informally, anyone can confirm that there is a working, uh, 'tester' version, that has both mac and windows 7 64 clients.

    Is there another RIP to try that will work on my mac and PC and epson 7900?

    This is my first serious foray into color management to support my design work.

    Thanks!

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    Caldera, but for some reason it is 32bit, mainly because they are behind the times, none the less, it is a great RIP. APPE key for it is multithreaded so that helps RIP speeds a bit... It runs on OSX and Linux. I have had great success on Virtual Linux running on Windows.

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    Theres also the PowerRip X ..iProof

    http://www.powerrip.de

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    Wasatch

    Hi,
    for an epson printer you can try wasatch softrip.
    Is more simple of Onyx postershop.
    However, i think that postershop is better for quality than caldera, but caldera is more faster.
    Wasatch is in the middle...

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    PRC Member moutonnoir is on a distinguished road
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    Quote Originally Posted by m_mario View Post
    Hi,
    for an epson printer you can try wasatch softrip.
    Is more simple of Onyx postershop.
    However, i think that postershop is better for quality than caldera, but caldera is more faster.
    Wasatch is in the middle...
    I want to try Wasatch - does it work with an x-rite i1 pro?

    Is it available here?

    For some reason my post # isnt getting me in to the rest of the forum here -all google searches for RIPs have ended up with people demanding $, or incomplete archive sets, or password-protected spam, etc... etc.

    I think what I really want is the EPSON EFI RIP 4.1 ... Just so I can give it a try...

    But alas, the 7900 is here, and i am trying to figure out if i can find software to replace the functionality of the $1300 i1 publish pro, while purchasing the i1 basic pro for $675 on sale....

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    Quote Originally Posted by moutonnoir View Post
    I want to try Wasatch - does it work with an x-rite i1 pro?
    Yes it works. But afaik You can use it just for linearization. No profile generation.

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    acro and multirip? i need this two

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    I would stick with Onyx for Windows.
    Quote Originally Posted by moutonnoir View Post
    I have both windows 7 x64 and macOS 10.6+ machines here and want to try using a rip with - for printing to a epson 7900.

    I want to try EFI, and am curious if, just informally, any can confirm that there is a working, uh, 'tester' version, that has both mac and windows 7 64 clients.

    Is there another RIP to try that will work on my mac and PC and epson 7900?

    This is my first serious foray into color management to support my design work.

    Thanks!

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    Junior Member mbze430 is on a distinguished road
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    any recommendation for Canon's wide-format RIP software??

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    i need eagle rip software, plz
    thanks

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    harlequin rip 9 on this site will work with plugin for epson 4900/7900/9900. Code for this also on this site

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