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GMG CoZone 2.2 Brings Ultra-High Resolution to Large Formats

Friday, February 16, 2018

Press release from the issuing company

With GMG CoZone 2.2 you can easily approve content and images via the cloud. Integrated soft and hard proofing and an optimized workflow create a particularly powerful solution. Thanks to its ultra high resolution, users can now also review designs for large-format productions in detail.

Tübingen (15 February 2018) – Color management expert GMG has made its cloud-platform even more powerful for users in Version 2.2. The maximum image resolution has been increased to 7,000 pixels and can go even finer: If you have to go deep into detail or work with large formats, you can display image data at an ultra-high resolution of 15,000 pixels. In addition, the zoom extends to 500 percent. Product Manager Arnold Müller explains: "Now designs for large-format outdoor advertising can be reviewed conveniently at a high level of detail." Also, it pays to have the ultra-high resolution when depicting fine structures or typefaces on posters.

SoftProofing Agent and Screen Calibration Status

SoftProofing Agent is a locally installable tool, with which a user can easily log in via the cloud with a mouse click. At the same time, the date of the last screen calibration is automatically recorded in the background and passed on to GMG CoZone. A colored symbol then shows up in the "ProofStudio" review area to tell you whether the calibration is still valid or must be renewed. The underlying time window can be self-defined. Especially useful: A status symbol is also always added to every note on the image file, which documents the validity of the calibration at the time of the annotation.

You can find more information on GMG CoZone at: www.gmgcolor.com/products/cozone

 

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