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iam sorry never know this, I’ve been looking about this tutorial but it makes me confused. I think it would be better ask directly to your experiences. what profile choice for working space CMYK, and color management polices…

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omg. .

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I have seen this post. Actually i have never know this settings. You posted this right place. Sorry… Happy holiday to you ;)

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Why don’t you try these settings as default? If you want to ask what u have used for working space, i am only setting up CMYK 300dpi. just…

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Why don’t you try these settings as default? If you want to ask what u have used for working space, i am only setting up CMYK 300dpi. just…
:D just to know to know for the best printing results , what the choice optional profile :) thanks, Happy holiday too :D &
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Why don’t you try these settings as default? If you want to ask what u have used for working space, i am only setting up CMYK 300dpi. just…
:D just to know to know for the best printing results , what the choice optional profile :) thanks, Happy holiday too :D &

A printing Profile should be provided by your printer, as some printers like to use either different profiles or custom for their equipment.

When it comes to setting color for CMYK printing, there are lots of variables involved.

Mostly, we just set up for CMYK, and the buyer should check with their printer if their files needs to be changed to that printers profile.

Nowadays with digital presses, most items print well. If you must have exact colors, then you need to use calibrated monitor, use a color profile from printing company.

Always make sure your colors are within Gamut for CMYK.

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very useful for me, now i know what is gamut..

thanks this point - just set up for CMYK - Profile should be provided by your printer

looks like your name shows your skills. sometimes I could ask again for this issue to you :D

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