Originally Posted by Deaken
I learned that using the rip to convert the colors is better than converting them in acrobat.
Well then it is in the hands of the printer, so he also has better knowledge of his press and all, so it makes sense in the respect to let the conversion happen there.
Originally Posted by blootac
A client has supplied a PDF made from a Word document for a very short run digital colour print run. I know, it's akin to asking for trouble ...
We converted the RGB images to CMYK and they look good in the PDF, but they are coming out way too dark when printed.
Is there some way to lighten them in the PDF so that they'll print lighter?
Of course ,I know a [URL="http://www.rasteredge.com/how-to/csharp-imaging/pdf-processing/"]PDF process[/URL] tool.in which you can do anything with pdf files.You can have a try.
Use Enfocus Pitstop
Do not include the profiles ICC during the recording PDF and let the printer gerer the color and the conversion RVB > CMJN