Align the CMY gradation curves to a neutral gray
In this step, you can perform multiple iterations to reduce a high chroma value and achieve a stable gray balance.
This step is available only if you selected it in the Settings window.
- Click Print.
- Wait for the ink to dry. Then, follow the on-screen instructions to measure the chart. Color Tools displays an average delta C value. This value stands for the average difference in chroma for the entire gray balance. The higher the value, the stronger the color shifts within the gray balance. An arrow indicates whether further optimization is possible. An average delta C of 2 or less is good.
- Repeat the printing and measuring process until no further optimization is possible.
- Select the delta C iteration that yields the lowest result.
- Click Next.
Now watch the video here.