Adjusting color properties
Command WorkStation provides some quick-to-apply color settings that are not controlled by profiles and rendering intents.
The following color adjustment features are available:
You can tweak colors by adding or subtracting ink in CMYK and RGB jobs. You can also change the level of brightness, contrast, saturation and sharpness.
You can ensure that 100% black ink is used to print elements that were defined as 100% black in the graphics program, by preventing small amounts of CMY inks from being involuntarily added during the conversion to the printer'scolor space.
You can increase color saturation by forcing Command WorkStation to clean process and secondary colors of color impurities.
You can convert color jobs to grayscale.
You can save a preset of your color adjustment settings. Presets provide a quick and easy way to apply color adjustments to other jobs.
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