GMG Color has released GMG ColorServer 4.8, an updated version of its popular color management software. GMG ColorServer was designed to provide consistent and repeatable color results to all output processes: offset, gravure, and digital print, as well as online digital displays. It automates the transformation of RGB, CMYK, spot colors and mixed data to a standard, definable output color space. With GMG ColorServer, data from different sources will behave identically on the press. The result is a marked reduction in makeready times and paper waste. GMG gamut mapping ensures that colors are ideally converted between different color spaces. GMG’s DeviceLink approach avoids drawbacks of ICC technology, such as re-separation of the black channel. A completely new set of profiles makes GMG ColorServer 4.8 a plug-and-play solution that covers all-important international printing standards.
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