I[m not sure.
I[m not sure.
Wasatch is a good rip.
Currently using Caldera which has some good features like applying overlap for panels when they are being fitted. Also tiling option available along with double sided print - provided your printer can do this.
Wasatch or onyx :)
i need link to download acrorip 8.1
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I've been using Onyx but I've been told good things about EFI Colorproof. Judging by the many suggestions on here /i think it may be time to change.
I always love PosterPrint from ErgoSoft. I am using it for my almost RIP for LF printers here.
I'd suggest Colorbyte Imageprint...but it depends heavily on your needs and what kind of production you're doing. We've been using it in a small fine art print studio supporting four Epson printers for about seven years, and have rarely ever had any issues with it. For picky clients, it's the best for really dialing in the best quality print - and the fact that they provide free ICC profiles for all media across the industry, for display under any specific lighting condition, and will make you profiles for free if there's a paper that's not listed...that's a big selling point. Expensive, yes, but relatively flawless, and great output. Plus you can add on a "print through app" plugin that will allow use of their excellent profiles but through non-raster software like Lightroom, Acrobat, Illustrator, etc...
EFI Colorproof for me
Onyx productionHouse x10 gets my vote.
I have used FlexiSign, but it is a rather robust program if all you need is RIP.
I think the Versaworks is O.K. for everyday for Roland