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    Junior Member thekrakenrules is on a distinguished road
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    I think there are many RIP solutions that would work well, and I am in the process of finding one myself. I am hoping to find a RIP that has a nice library of ICC profiles for the media I use the most - polyester film.

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    ImagePrint 8

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    Use a N&B profile with the Epson driver as QTR for 7900/9900 is not ready

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    Rip

    Quote Originally Posted by philoumg View Post
    Hi,

    I search good rip for fine art printing (photography big size). I don't need cmyk tools. Something like QTR (don't exist for 9900) ?

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    Philippe
    Oris Colortuner works well but very $$$

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    Epson 7900/9900 + EFI +i1

    you get a good result

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    I vote for...

    EFI Colorproof XF and some kind of _automatic_ spectro like DTP70 for time and media saving calibration. BUT, if you print only raster pictures you may use only oryginal epson driver and photoshop...

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    Quote Originally Posted by dotgain View Post
    EFI Colorproof XF and some kind of _automatic_ spectro like DTP70 for time and media saving calibration. BUT, if you print only raster pictures you may use only oryginal epson driver and photoshop...
    1. there are restrictions on the linear dimensions if use standart driver
    2. RIP is needed if the task is close for the printed process

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    Quote Originally Posted by print2011 View Post
    1. there are restrictions on the linear dimensions if use standart driver
    2. RIP is needed if the task is close for the printed process
    Probably is not an obstacle, becouse philoumg looking for "good rip for fine art printing (photography big size). I don't need cmyk tools."

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    I would try and get as much from the standard Epson driver as possible before trying a RIP such as Imageprint which is not cheap and will offer minimal enhancements. Make sure you test out the best media type setting fro your paper and produce a custom ICC profile first as this may be enough to get the results you want.

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    GMG is the best RIP for fine image and proof.

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    I use Colorgate Production Server for my MIMAKI JV 3, Roland SP 540V, Epson Stylus Pro 9900 and HP DesignJet L25500. It is simple to use for anyone and have a lot of Options to use the Maschines. There are a Lot of Proflies in the www.

    Sorry for my English.

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    Quote Originally Posted by michel View Post
    I have tried all the rips and the best quality for epson printers is Photoshop itself. the epson driver is the best optimized for the printer.
    If you have to have a rip, try the Colorgate. it uses the driver itself and the calibration is a breez
    michel
    sure! if you are experience user, the photoshop is pretty good to achieve good quality if you are using epson ink and paper together with epson printer driver!

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    I just use the epson driver itself. through photoshop you can turn of the color management in the driver using photoshop to manage the color then you can choose build in epson profiles. If you do want use a rip I prefer ColorGATE.

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    Yes. eXpress also gets my vouch. Very easy to use and there are lots of preloaded oem paper profiles on it.

    XF will be for enterprise setups. It'll be overkill with your setup.


    sjhwp>> that is because its discontinued.

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    ImagePrint 8 (specific for Epson).

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