Color 203: Standard printer calibration (from Fiery proServer and Fiery XF 7.1 Expert Certification)

Color 203: Standard printer calibration

Duration

1 minute

Content

Accurate color reproduction begins with the construction of accurate calibration files. This course will show you how to build these files using the standard method of printer calibration used by many printers that your Fiery system supports.
Learn about the differences in the CT, HT, and RGB printer drivers and understand how their selection impacts printer calibration
Learn how to correctly configure the calibration settings when using a CT driver
Learn how to evaluate and configure your per-channel ink limits
Learn how to evaluate and configure your per-channel calibration settings
Learn how to evaluate and configure your total ink limit
Learn how to evaluate the quality control chart
Learn how to evaluate the information on the Summary pane and inspect your finished calibration file
Learn how and where to save your finished media calibration file
Learn about the differences when building a calibration file using an HT driver
Learn how to correctly configure the calibration settings when using an RGB driver
Congratulations! You now have all the information that you need in order to create calibration files using the standard method of printer calibration used by many printers that your Fiery system supports. Creating a custom calibration file is often the first step taken to improve the color accuracy of your jobs. You should now be able to perform that task.