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    SimRip - Color Separation Photoshop Action

    Introduction to SimRip

    SimRip is a simple alternative for creating halftones within Adobe Photoshop. SimRip automates the ®Adobe Photoshop bitmap function to create a composite halftone document from your cmyk or multichannel separation. SimRip8c will convert a separation with up to 8 channels. To use SimRip you must have ® Adobe Photoshop 7 or later installed. SimRip is a Free download.

    http://www.photoscreenprint.com/download/simrip/

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    After download , It seem not to working anymore.

    Any idea

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    Quote Originally Posted by magic View Post
    After download , It seem not to working anymore.

    Any idea
    When you download there are two folders. One for Mac one for PC. I can't vouch for the PC version as I have a MaC. The Mac version is a "droplet", so you drag and drop the file onto the shortcut provided in the folder and it will process that file.

    Hope this makes sense.

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    pretty easy to do this yourself, i've been using this technique for years. What you need to do is copy each channel (C,M,Y,K) into a new grayscale document, convert each one to a bitmap at whatever settings your printer would use (to simulate a fuji finalproof is 2400dpi, which makes HUGE files) then select your screening type and angles, nominals being 15, 75, 0, 45 then copy each of these NEW documents into a new CMYK document, pasting each in its appropriate channel. It's pretty impossible to look at the result on screen, but at a high enough resolution, the printout will look convincing... although don't expect your colors to be exactly the same now...

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    how it works, any one tested yet?

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