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    Quote Originally Posted by danyhell View Post
    sorry mate, but you cant as they didnt have trial on the internet, i got it from my friend just to try it, he is selling originals...
    LoL! what soft is that where there is no demo??

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    Quote Originally Posted by bjdbjd View Post
    LoL! what soft is that where there is no demo??
    well, since new version they didn´t offer demo couse of crackers, even my trial needs a dongle... But soft is really really great... anyway looking for v10, that one was cracked and was working, any ideas?

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    Quote Originally Posted by danyhell View Post
    well, since new version they didn´t offer demo couse of crackers, even my trial needs a dongle... But soft is really really great... anyway looking for v10, that one was cracked and was working, any ideas?
    No, I have no idea :(
    I have two DIY DTG EPSON R1900 based printers and I use DEMO of EKPrint Studio RIP and cracked AcroRIP

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    Hi, I'm probably out of my league here (when you guys talk about "large" format, I have a feeling you're talking "huge" format) but for what it's worth, I use ImagePrint by Colorbyte Software for my fine art photography RIP. Comes with access to top quality profiles for all the papers/canvases you're likely to want to use for high quality work, and they'll even profile a paper for you if you ask them.

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    EFI ColorProof XF

    In my opinion EFI ColorProof XF is the best working rip for printing

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    Quote Originally Posted by bjdbjd View Post
    No, I have no idea :(
    I have two DIY DTG EPSON R1900 based printers and I use DEMO of EKPrint Studio RIP and cracked AcroRIP
    Which one is better EKRIP or AcroRIP?

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    Ergosoft

    I like Ergosoft Posterprint very much.
    It is very user friendly and from my understanding it's the only RIP that used the media-roll as starting point for printjobs. You can just place files on the media-roll.

    I dislike Caldera: very user unfriendly and very expensive.

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    EFi is great and easy to use, but for grey balance, GMG is better in control

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    Quote Originally Posted by noodle View Post
    Which one is better EKRIP or AcroRIP?
    my opinion is :EKRIP !

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    Quote Originally Posted by JeanCoc08 View Post
    In my opinion EFI ColorProof XF is the best working rip for printing
    is there a demo of EFI ColorProof XF ?
    what are the differences between EFI ColorProof XF and EFI Colorproof XF?
    which models of epson supports? I think only Epson Stylus Pro 7900 / 9900 :( I need RIP for Epson R1900 or Epson 1400

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    is here anyone who is used blackmagic or proofmaser?

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    Quote Originally Posted by eddie1 View Post
    is here anyone who is used blackmagic or proofmaser?
    they are RIP? are they supporst Epson r1900, 1400 ?

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    I try compare between SAi Photoprint and EFI colorproof XF
    in same setting 720x720 16 pass bidirection on mimaki jv3 160s
    resault both quality are great but EFI faster

    setting 720x720 8 pass bidirection on mimaki jv3 160s
    resault EFI is faster and better quality
    photoprint slower and haver a bit line on every pass

    but I still use photoprint
    why?
    bcz photoprint user interface is easy to use for my staff
    and easy to do CMS


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    We use gmg v4.5 and EFI XF 4.5, I found gmg is better especially its color management is excellent.

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    I am using EFI ColorProof at this moment, but I wish replace it to ProofMaster.
    As I think, the Onyx and Wasatch are not good choice for digital proof...

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