how do you define "highest quality"? One factor for me is precise dot placement, but I have yet to see a comparison on that level.
Klear Vision for batch photo enhancement
This software supports Epson printers only?
Yes, only Epson printers support.
13 " Printers
â€¢ Epson 2200
â€¢ Epson 2400
â€¢ Epson 2880
â€¢ Epson 4000
â€¢ Epson 4800 (includes PhatteBlackOption)
â€¢ Epson 4880 (includes PhatteBlackOption)
â€¢ Epson 3800
â€¢ Epson 3880
â€¢ Epson 4900
â€¢ Epson 7600
â€¢ Epson 7800 (includes PhatteBlackOption)
â€¢ Epson 7880 (includes PhatteBlackOption)
â€¢ Epson 7900
â€¢ Epson 9600
â€¢ Epson 9800 (includes PhatteBlackOption)
â€¢ Epson 9880 (includes PhatteBlackOption)
â€¢ Epson 10000
â€¢ Epson 9900
â€¢ Epson 11880
For me is Onyx whit colors system calibration Barbieri
I have to respectfully disagree with your statement that ImagePrint 8 produces the highest quality possible from Epson printers. It really cannot compare to the incredibly granular ability to control all aspects of the printing process, when using either Black Magic or MegaRIP.
You read in places that ImagePrint 8 does not use the Epson driver and is able to take full control over the print head but try using the printer without the driver installed and ONLY ImagePrint - it won't work! So no matter what anyone from ImagePrint claims, the Epson driver is most definitely 100% used and needed for printing with ImagePrint.
On the contrary, Black Magic and MegaRIP are both able to operate without the Epson driver having been installed. Serendipity's software is considered by many, including Mr Vincent Versace, to be the ultimate for photographic printing with Epson printers.
But having said that, in my personal conversations and correspondance with Mr Vincent Versace, he still admits that even he is now finding the need for anything other than the standard Epson driver and careful profiling less and less. And who could possibly argue with someone like Mr Versace, on permanent display at the Smithsonian and definitely one of the greatest photographers and Master Printers ever.