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Print Image Matching

What is Print Image Matching (PIM)?

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Re: Print Image Matching

See http://www.printimagematching.com/pim_vs_nonpim.php BMW

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Re: Print Image Matching

PRINT Image Matching is a way to access greater color, set print gamma, and provide automatic image enhancements for prints from digital cameras. P.I.M. embeds information in each image to maximize the quality of the print from that image. The information includes data that will make the print more faithful to the original image, and data to enhance the print according to settings made on the camera.

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