Fiery Color Profiler Suite

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Fiery Color Profiler Suite

Fiery Color Profiler Suite lets you create a color profile that is fully compliant with International Color Consortium (ICC) standards. It can also evaluate, edit, and test color profiles.

Color Profiler Suite comes with an EFI ES-2000 Spectrophotometer, which is a measurement instrument used to create profiles.

Color Profiler Suite offers a number of modules.

These modules help you create profiles:

  • Express Profiler - Creates a profile and calibration setting for a Fiery-driven printer, and creates a virtual printer or a preset that lets you print with the new calibration and profile right away. This is the fastest way to profile a Fiery-driven printer if you can accept the default profile settings.

  • Printer Profiler - Creates a profile of any RGB or CMYK printer, and can create new profiles from existing profiles. For Fiery-driven printers, a calibration setting can also be created. This module gives you full control over profile settings such as gamut mapping and separation.

  • Monitor Profiler - Creates profiles of CRT and LCD monitors.

  • Device Linker - Creates a device link profile and optimizes device link profiles and spot colors.

  • Print Matcher - Creates profiles that match the color outputs of multiple Fiery-driven printers (each Fiery Server must run System 10 software or later).

These modules help you evaluate profiles:

  • Profile Inspector- Displays three-dimensional models of RGB, CMYK, and Named Color ICC profiles in Lab color space, which lets you compare profiles.

  • Profile Editor - Lets you edit output profiles. You can make global changes to an output profile or select specific areas to edit.

  • Verifier - Lets you compare two sets of color values for quality control.

  • Auto Verifier - Lets you print color test pages automatically and measure the pages for quality control.

Color Profiler Suite also includes Color Verification Assistant, a utility for verifying a job’s color output. You open Color Verification Assistant in Command WorkStation.

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