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    Is the "Iso coated v2 300%.icc" the last profile?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gandalf53 View Post
    Is the "Iso coated v2 300%.icc" the last profile?
    Yes, if you use ISO12647-2:2004. But there is a newer version of this standard and Iso coated v2 300%.icc has changed in the new ISO standard to PSO Coated v3. Please check the ISO12647-2:2013 standard for more informations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ergo View Post
    Yes, if you use ISO12647-2:2004. But there is a newer version of this standard and Iso coated v2 300%.icc has changed in the new ISO standard to PSO Coated v3. Please check the ISO12647-2:2013 standard for more informations.
    Hi, can we return to this post again? I printed proofs with the ISOcoated_v2_300 and the PSOcoated_v3 (two different jobs) as reference profiles. But a printer told me that they can work only with the ISOcoated_v2_300. Because the PSOcoated_v3 made a cold gama on the proof, and they will not get this on the printing machine. He said - ISOcoated_v2_300 the best choice if we want to avoid a surprise. I know that Fogra 51 - the new ISO standard.
    Can you share your experience about it?

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    Hi there,

    what is your question exactly?

    As Ergo described correctly the ISO-standard was reformed in 2013. Most printers needed 3 years to applied it. So since 2016 this is the "new" standard. When your printer said that he can only work with the old standard than he is living 4 years in the past. Go away and search a new one.

    ISOcoated_v2 was very good, but circumstances has changed a lot. Most papers now have more optical brightness. PSOcoated_v3 consider this better.

    Best regards

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kitaro View Post
    Hi there,

    what is your question exactly?

    As Ergo described correctly the ISO-standard was reformed in 2013. Most printers needed 3 years to applied it. So since 2016 this is the "new" standard. When your printer said that he can only work with the old standard than he is living 4 years in the past. Go away and search a new one.

    ISOcoated_v2 was very good, but circumstances has changed a lot. Most papers now have more optical brightness. PSOcoated_v3 consider this better.

    Best regards
    Hi

    Yes, we sent our job to another printer, with a proof PSOcoated_v3. I was there in the print day - they got a right color after 200 sheets. It is interesting because the second printer not so big and famous in the market.

    Thank you!

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