ColorLogic releases Push-2-ZePrA Photoshop extention
07 May 2019
Push-2-ZePrA uses DeviceLink profiles to produce high-quality color conversions, which results in better color rendering of images compared to standard color conversions with Photoshop. The converted file opens in Photoshop so that you do not need to leave the application to get the best possible color converted images. Converting spot colors to process colors in high quality is achievable if the ZePrA configuration is set up accordingly.
Result of using Push-2-ZePrA
The screenshot below shows a comparison between a typical ICC conversion from Adobe Photoshop to using the Push-2-ZePrA plugin. As you can see, the image on the right has more saturation and vibrant conversion with pure primaries and secondaries using Push-2-ZePrA compared to a typical conversion with an ICC printer profile using Photoshop alone. Note: the example image used shows a color conversion from AdobeRGB to PSO coated V3 (CMYK).
Availability of Push-2-ZePrA
Push-2-ZePrA is now available to download. Users must install the plugin on the same computer as the ZePrA 7 application. There will be an Introduction to Push-2-ZePrA webinar on May 21st, 2019. For more details about Push-2-ZePrA and other information can be found here.
About ZePrA Smart Color Server: ZePrA was first released in 2008 with the most recent being ZePrA 7. The software is a full-feature color server which optimizes PDF printing data via DeviceLink profiles. ZePrA is available for purchase with five package options depending on needed features such as ink saving and multicolor. The software can be stand-alone, it can integrate into existing workflows, or in conjunction with other ColorLogic color management solutions.
About ColorLogic GmbH: ColorLogic GmbH is a leader in providing technology and innovation for prepress houses, offset, gravure, packaging, digital, large-format and multicolor printers. Utilizing industry knowledge, extensive product offerings, and advanced technological capabilities, ColorLogic GmbH develops solutions for customers worldwide. ColorLogic’s suite of products include ColorAnt, CoPrA and ZePrA, which provide an unparalleled range of color management technology with a high level of automation possibilities. For more information, please visit their website or our YouTube channel for product overviews and tips.
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