CGS Releases Enhanced Dot Proofing for ORIS Color Tuner
Press release from the issuing company
Hainburg, Germany (September 10, 2003) -- In response to the growing popularity of its ORIS Color Tuner proofing system, CGS Publishing Technologies International will release a new screen proofing option, ORIS ScreenDot. The new process will allow users to apply Color Tuner’s unique selective color correction, automatic calibration (AutoCal) and other precise color management tools while creating a halftone dot
proof. The process supports high-resolution inkjet devices from Canon and Epson.
“We are very excited about our ScreenDot offering,” said CGS President Andreas Kaemmerer. “In the past, vendors could offer either color management or screening simulation, but not both. ORIS DotProof brings them both together, so there is no need to sacrifice color match if you need to see dots. Also, with our AutoCal process, Color Tuner’s dot proofing far exceeds other screen proofing products.”
The ORIS ScreenDot option is planned for release in October, at a list price of $2,995.
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