GMG updates ColorServer to v4.8

GMG has updated its colour management program ColorServer to v4.8. This has a new Paper Adaption Tool to help print houses overcome the problems of a mismatch between the paper tint of the proof according to ISOcoatedV2, GRACoL, JapanColor or any other standard, and the white point of the actual paper to be printed with. Michael Farkas, GMG Marketing Director, explains: “With this tool you just pick the colour of your substrate and ColorServer will adapt the data to match the proof. This solves a common problem experienced at almost every printing facility throughout the world. Also, GMG ColorServer can now output files from a PDF hot folder directly to any Windows printer”.
It is also now possible to accurately convert spot colors into a large printer gamut. In addition, all flattened images can be treated with either ZIP or JPEG compression, considerably reducing file size. There’s also a completely new set of RGB to CMYK separation profiles.


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