Note: Please note that, however, color accuracy in areas with overprints and transparencies can be achieved only with flattening.
How much time do you need for retouching your files if they are out of an industry standard? Wouldn‘t it be nice to just drop your files into a folder and have them automatically converted to your custom press conditions?
This is exactly what GMG ColorServer and GMG OpenColor can do for you. GMG ColorServer 5.1 now supports a direct connection to GMG OpenColor. You will be able to create separation profiles and spot color libraries for custom CMYK printing conditions without expert knowledge required in GMG OpenColor. You can then easily use these separation profiles in GMG ColorServer.
In GMG OpenColor, you can easily create separation profiles and spot color libraries for your specific print production process. GMG OpenColor's prediction engine gets the most out of each combination of printing substrate, ink set, and printing technology. With color management resources shared over the network, you will not need to switch between computers and manually transfer profiles anymore. You will be able to simply access your GMG OpenColor separation projects from the resource management in GMG ColorServer.
The key benefits of this solution include:
- simplification of the profile management workflow
- easy profile creation for custom printing conditions
- automation of the conversion between all print standards
- consistent results on press
Please follow the link for further information on the connection procedure: Connect GMG OpenColor to GMG ColorServer.
Watch the video or read the tutorial to see how it works: Use GMG OpenColor to Standardize Your Press.
PANTONE® recently added 294 new colors to the previous versions of PANTONE® Coated & Uncoated formula guides.
The spot color sets PANTONE® Coated and PANTONE® Uncoated have been updated accordingly in GMG ColorServer.
Please refer to the manufacturer's website to learn more about the new color collection.
In recent years, investing more effort in improving the user experience of our products, we have learned to establish a culture and mindset that embraces user experience with lean-agile working methods adapted from the Lean Startup movement and Scaled Agile Framework.
Learning how our customers use our products really helps us to find patterns to improve the quality and fit of our offerings. To gather quantitative data, we collect anonymous usage information from within some of our applications such as GMG ColorServer from version 5.1 on. We do not collect any personal information or data from processed documents.
If you do not wish to share this information with us, you can easily opt in and out at any time (General Settings dialog box > Anonymous Usage Data > Allow Anonymous Usage Data).
You can find more information on this topic here: https://www.gmgcolor.com/lux/