New features in GMG OpenColor 1.1 extend its functionality and include extended import of measurement data and further adjustment capabilities to the GMG OpenColor profiles.
“This has been an exciting year for GMG and GMG OpenColor,” says Victor Asseiceiro, director, business unit packaging at GMG. “It has received significant recognition by respected associations and, more importantly, has been adopted by a number of leading companies throughout the world. However, we are not complacent and will continue to build features that will make GMG OpenColor even more powerful and easy to use.”
The new GMG OpenColor 1.1 offers data import functionality that automatically averages data, which the company says is especially helpful when importing data collected at different press run times. As a result, any possible deviation is included in the final profile calculation.
This new version of GMG OpenColor provides tools to adjust color intensity and dot gain. Users can define a target dot gain from a specific printing process or adjust dot gain measurements to compensate for possible faulty printing conditions, which can occur during reference print runs or color standard productions. By avoiding re-runs, users save time and money.
Flexo pre-press companies, particularly, will profit from this color and dot gain adjustment. They can define target dot gain for a spot color or for a complete data set. Plus, they will be able to adjust dot gain and ink density to suit optimal press condition. Operators can adjust parameters and modify highlight, mid tone or shadows are per channel and color as needed for production.
GMG OpenColor 1.1 also gives users the ability to correct the substrate white point and add dot correction to the profile - without the need to recalculate the profile - to simulate the correct substrate colors and produce Contract-level proofs.
The OpenColor 1.1 is available now through certified GMG OpenColor dealers.