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    2 spot color job from CMYK or RGB job

    Somebody help me, how can I solving the problem, in PDF with 200 page.

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    With Pitstop

    Quote Originally Posted by VADDAV View Post
    Somebody help me, how can I solving the problem, in PDF with 200 page.
    Hi VADDAV,

    I understand that you have 2 differents colours separated in CMYK.

    With Pitstop:

    1. select all elements with Color A (CMYK colour) delete all
    2. select all, convert to gray and save as Color B PDF.
    Reopen original PDF.
    1. select all elements with Color B (CMYK colour) delete all
    2. select all, convert to gray and save as Color A PDF.

    Now you have 2 different gray PDFs with correct elements.
    3 Options:

    1. Join with SEP2COMP (aplication for join preseparated pdfs selecting colours)
    2. Send to RIP forcing angles for different colours (avoid moure)
    3. Use Pitstop change colour to spot, copy and paste all elements from PDF-A to PDF-B, be carefull, it's very risky.

    Regards.

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    Thank you very much!

    I will check your interesting opinions!
    It's really nice!

    I tried it in Enfocus Extreme and I managed the problem
    (with remap color separations in window/source menu).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Triky View Post
    Hi VADDAV,

    I understand that you have 2 differents colours separated in CMYK.

    With Pitstop:

    1. select all elements with Color A (CMYK colour) delete all
    2. select all, convert to gray and save as Color B PDF.
    Reopen original PDF.
    1. select all elements with Color B (CMYK colour) delete all
    2. select all, convert to gray and save as Color A PDF.

    Now you have 2 different gray PDFs with correct elements.
    3 Options:

    1. Join with SEP2COMP (aplication for join preseparated pdfs selecting colours)
    2. Send to RIP forcing angles for different colours (avoid moure)
    3. Use Pitstop change colour to spot, copy and paste all elements from PDF-A to PDF-B, be carefull, it's very risky.

    Regards.

    I couldn't managed your opinions because I have pixel elements in PDF with black and other colors in one picture and I couldn't select separately those elements.
    The only way: remap CMY colorseparations to Spot color (and keep Black sep) in Enfocus Pitstop Extreme or One Vision Speed Flow.

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