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Monaco Releases MonacoProfiler 4.0ICC manager supports Pantone Hexachrome
MonacoProfiler is targeted toward higher-end print businesses, including service bureaus, newspapers and large-format print vendors. The software allows users to create ICC profiles for digital cameras, scanners, monitors and printers. Users can select the number of patches to measure (up to 3,000) when building an output profile and can also build device-linked profiles.
Users to manipulate the lightness, saturation and output curves or a device and make selective color adjustments to a range of colors. The company says that as output devices "drift," MonacoProfiler's relinearization option "permits users to update their profiles without going through the entire measurement process again."
MonacoProfiler also provides users with options to control the maximum black and total ink, as well as customize the UCR/GCR curves.
MonacoProfiler 4.0 runs $4,250. Upgrades from 3.0 or later cost $995. Upgrades from versions prior to 3.0 cost $2,500. For more information, visit http://www.monacosys.com.
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