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    Color Correct PDF's

    I am in need of an app or way to color correct PDF's. We have legacy work that's being printed on a new press with new profiles. They want us to color correct all legacy work to the new profile.

    I am looking to do curve adjustments mainly which will be applied to a PDF.

    Is there anything out there?

    I really don't want to alter the original working files.

    TIA

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    It´s very easy!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by jbhardling View Post
    I am in need of an app or way to color correct PDF's. We have legacy work that's being printed on a new press with new profiles. They want us to color correct all legacy work to the new profile.

    I am looking to do curve adjustments mainly which will be applied to a PDF.

    Is there anything out there?

    I really don't want to alter the original working files.

    TIA
    pitstop will do the job!

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    Convert to Profile?

    Quote Originally Posted by spider View Post
    pitstop will do the job!
    If the files are , "color correct" in one (profiled) colorspace, wouldn't you just convert-to-profile, to the new output colorspace? Pitstop would do that too...

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    Quote Originally Posted by odda View Post
    If the files are , "color correct" in one (profiled) colorspace, wouldn't you just convert-to-profile, to the new output colorspace? Pitstop would do that too...
    did you read his question???

    I am looking to do curve adjustments mainly...

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    Quote Originally Posted by spider View Post
    did you read his question???
    Yeah; I read the question. Convert to profile is ,"curve adjustments"...

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    maybe?

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