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RGB to Cmyk

How can I change the screen to CMYK and not RGB

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You cannot. Monitors can only simulate CMYK through proofing Software, natively they can only display RGB colors.

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Do the colour prints when printing RGB look all right?

If so, the printer is working.

What sort of CMYK are you trying to print? CMYK EPS prints, maybe?

If so, the the fault is one of not using the correct software; the printer is working, it is just not interpreting the encapsulated PostScript to reproduce a CMYK image. Use different software capable of reading CMYK EPS files. Photoshop is one such piece of software.

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The color is not coming out bright when using adobe illustrator software. but when i'm using the canon software, it came out nicely. any idea about that?


Many times its set to CMYK by default even though you have a RGB printer. Make sure the document color is set to RGB and not CMYK.btthr.jpg

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Nedd to format photo images to a cd from jpeg to tif to1920 pixel


Best solution would be to use Photoshop to resize and change to .tif
You may also want to change from RGB to CMYK since tif files used for printing at commercial print shops need to be cmyk.

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I am the Graphic Artist and Printer for a public library. We have a logo that has the Pantone color PMS 375 green in it. I mix my own inks and have no problem reproducing the color properly on a printing...


Laser printers, although they have a larger color gamut than a CMYK offset press, still will not be able to reproduce a majority of Pantone special colors.
Professional inkjet printers, especially those using more than 4 inks, are far better at this - the ink pigments are more color-pure and concentrated than those in laser toners.
Remember, that Windows print drivers work in RGB, and use ICC profiles to convert color data to CMYK components for printer. If you have a CMYK file, and look at it on your monitor, it's converted (using monitor ICC profile) to monitor's RGB colorspace, and then back to CMYK with the printer ICC profile when printed. Converted twice with ICC, which always introduces distortions...
If you have a properly calibrated monitor, and a good printer profile installed, you have better chances of reproducing screen colors on the printer, especially if you work in RGB.
As a simple, but laborious solution, I would suggest preparing "swatch sheets" yourself using some graphics software. Preferrably in RGB, not CMYK. A series of gradients with the green component going from, say, half way to maximum, and other components in various combinations, like R0 B0, R10 B0, R20 B0,... then R0 B10, R10 B10, R20 B10... and so on. Print those, and try to find a spot in the gradients that is the closest to your color sample, and then make swatches with smaller increments around that color to find the best RGB combination.
Good luck :)

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Why Recieve Bad quality for picture CMYK mode in umax 2100 XL?


What makes you think the scan is bad quality? How are you proofing it. Did you print in on a printing press or other CMYK device? The CMYK colorspace cannot be displayed on monitors without the program you are using converting it to RGB for display. Are you reading the actual CMYK values with the densitometer?

In my experience, with cheap scanners (under $75,000) it's best to scan to RGB and let Photoshop do the CMYK conversion. Just be sure to use the correct profile for your output intent.

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Publisher cannot print this publication. To print composite CMYK or separations, you must use a printer driver that is set to output PostScript language level 2 or later.


your printer and it's driver is not PostScript capable.

what you can do is, change your Publisher document setting to RGB, all inkjets use RGB.

CMYK is used by Printing Press

Dec 13, 2008 | Canon PIXMA MX310 All-In-One Printer

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Printing cmyk output on a canon pixma 8500


Hi,

Thanks for posting in FixYa.

Please check for the printer setting, if it is set for Fast Draft,

Make it Best or Normal. Also check for the Device Manager, if any flag showing.

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Aug 10, 2008 | Canon PIXMA iP8500 InkJet Photo Printer

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Color image imported is way off


TIP : always set image on RGB, printer drivers or programmed to convert RGB to CMYK then sending it to the printer. printers understand CMYK only.

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