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Scott Fresener introduces T-RIP film output solution for Corel and Photoshop

Thursday, January 06, 2011

Press release from the issuing company

Scottsdale, Arizona - Scott Fresener, developer of the popular FastFilms and T-Seps color separation software has announced the introduction of his new inkjet film output software called T-RIP. T-RIP works in Corel Draw and Adobe Photoshop and helps create very dense black images with an Epson 1400 inkjet printer. T-RIP gives the user complete control over the black ink deposit, halftone dots, the dot shape and angle, the image placement on the film, and registration targets.

When printing from Corel Draw, T-RIP is much more than a RIP. Besides outputing color separations from Corel including halftone dots, it will also create an underbase, choke or trap the image and it will merge colors to reduce the color count. According to Fresener "my goal was to develop a RIP that was easy to use and offered more features than just film output. And, it had to be dongle free. With T-RIP you don't need a dongle."

 

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