Simulate your print result.
- High productivity from the very first step to
the final print proof
- Consistent print quality
- Print Color Management
- Reliable results
- True-color proofs
- Individually adjustable match between proof and
If you use proofs externally for customer approval or
internally for checking the quality of work, they need to be
identical to your print result. Prinect helps you ensure this is
the case. With Prinect, you can output TIFF and PDF files on all
standard proofing devices and achieve high fidelity. For completely
reproducible color results with matching proof and print, Prinect
works with the standardized International Color Consortium (ICC)
color profiles. These serve as a worldwide color management
standard and, with Prinect, they can be processed directly from any
source without conversion. Using the same RIP for calculating the
proof data and output to the press optimizes color matching between
proof and press. You can also evaluate profiles embedded in PDF/X
files directly, making your production more effective and reliable.
Even spot colors can be displayed true to the original in the
extended proof space.
Gradual profile adjustment for identical results
To improve the match even further, Prinect includes a
function for interactive profile generation. Gradual profile
adjustment in difficult color areas enables you to create ICC
profiles with an average deviation between proof and print that is
no longer visible to the human eye. The proof and print thus become
identical. A perfect match is also obtained with true-color ROOM
(Rip Once Output Many) proofs that eliminate virtually all
differences between the approved proof and the print.
Precise color measurement
If you need to be able to assess the coloring of your proofs
precisely - for example, based on the process or ISO standard,
Prinect allows you to simply place a media wedge on the proof
sheet. This ensures reliable measurement and documentation of
If your customer requests an authentic sample, you can also
produce double-sided proofs - for results that are as
identical as possible.