Something strange about the registry entry. Have to go back and forth between snx and snt.
I just found out a limiation of the license. InkSaver module is only licensed to Category 1 printers. In particular, it doesn't work with ColorGATE Color Optimizer, almost all UV printers and grand-format printers. As it stated on website:
Cat1 (internationally marketed solvent, eco-solvent, latex and water-based printers with an output width of up to approx. 2.5 m)
try this license...it should be work... (but RIP and queue are "only" 10):
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10 RIP/queues are quite sufficient amount... in other case CG can be launched on another PC with the same license (+10 RIPs/queues).
ColorGATE uses CrossXColor library for any color/icc computations, including printer linearization (so called, colorimetric linearization) and InkSaving. CrossXColor is OEM solution from ColorLogic. So I decided to compare the results between ZePrA InkSaving and ColorGATE InkSaver module.
Unfortunately, the result of ColorGATE InkSaver with "Max" settings is noticeably less stronger than the result of ZePrA InkSaving with "SaveMaximum" settings.
So, for stronger ink saving it's advisable to use ZePrA or any other color server (e.g. Alwan ColorHUB).
Does anyone know how to instruct ColorGATE to place only 1 page of multi-page PDF on a print sheet (flatbed printer)?
By default, CG tries to fill in the printable area using all the available pages. This functionality is not desirable in the case of "face" and "back" pages of the same PDF file (e.g. if I need to print them on both sides of a print sheet).
I have found two workarounds:
I am wondering is there any other way to instruct CG to place only one page on a print sheet?
- to split pdf before importing into CG,
- to use a container with fixed size that is equal to the size of the page.
i have a Epson Gs6000 and i need profiles: vinyl, banner... please... thanks!
Theoretically, you have to build the icc profile for every combination of the printer-material-inks-print_mode. In my practice it's true, but in rare cases, such as when changing the print mode, you do not necessarily need to build a new profile.
If you can't build an icc profile by yourself, then find a color specialist close to you.
Re-calibration is not intended to compensate for differences in ink hues and the "color" of the material, so you should be aware that the inks and the material for which the profile was built, are similar to yours. That's why I recommend to build the icc profile for the your combination of printer-inks-material-print_mode.