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    Color Communication

    All the hardware you need to ensure the quality of your color

    All the software you need to ensure the quality of your color



    ColorLogic ZePrA 9

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    • ColorLogic ZePrA 9

      What's new in Zepra 9?

      ZePrA 9 is a major new version of our color server. It addresses several new features our clients have requested. These new features make ZePrA 9 a must have version for existing clients, as well as new clients.


      Improved Spot Color Iteration Wizard

      Iterate spot colors rendering much easier and faster


      New DeviceLink Iteration Wizard

      Achieve the best possible color match by iterating DeviceLinks


      Improved Images and Vectors Conversion

      Completely redesigned UI with additional new features for SmartLink and processing of PDF/X files


      Productivity Extensions for the Spot Color Report

      Check multiple PDF and image files with all possible color configurations at once


      More specific Tone Value Corrections

      Apply individual gradation curves to images and vectors


      Preserve White in Images and Vectors

      Ensure preservation of 0% ink areas when printing with white ink on transparent or colored substrates


      Black Start for Spot Color Conversions

      Improve the appearance of color conversions of light spot colors with a late black start


      User Interface Improvements

      Dark mode for macOS and many other optimizations


      ColorLogic ZePrA Toolbox





      auto setup

      Auto Setup - Create workflows using one of six standard auto setup configurations based on the most common color management tasks in print production. Files that can be processed include: TIFF, JPEG, PSD or PSB image files, as well as PDF files

      Main Setup and Overview



      Overview - Access ZePrA's Overview Screen. View queues, pending jobs, processed jobs. Configurations can be assigned to Queues at any time and the order in which queues are processed can be controlled, allowing control over specific queues raising or lowering priority for file processing.



      Configurations - creates and manages all the settings related to the handling of color and PDF specific parameters. The settings in Define Configuration include color conversion using ICC device profiles or ICC DeviceLink profiles



      Queues - All the basic functions of queue folder management are available for modification; input, output, originals, error, temporary folder and the Define Queues dialog. The Queue customization options include: appending the file name with a custom job id, assigning a new configuration for the Queue, post processing and generating reports to a specific folder


      spot colors

      Spot Color Report - is helpful to check the spot color conversion before printing. You can either check a specific PDF file with spot colors that needs to be converted or how a spot color library with multiple Pantone or other spot colors would be processed through ZePrA.


      spot colors

      SaveInk Report - Generate a SaveInk report by either right-clicking on jobs under Processed or by clicking on the icon via the Navigation Panel. The report generates a detailed overview of all the SaveInk queues set up and processed jobs.


      spot colors

      Extract ICC Profile - extracts the embedded profile from images and the output intent from PDF/X files. The extracted ICC profile can then be stored in a predefined location.

      Global Settings


      spot colors

      Spot Color Libraries - Allows optimized conversion of spot colors in PDF files into CMYK. If the ZePrA XL package or Multicolor has been licensed, (which includes the Spot Color module), it has the ability to monitor Multicolor spaces and to convert spot colors to Multicolor.


      create gradations

      Gradations - The application of gradation curves completes the process of preparing data for printing. Shortly before going to press, almost every printing process calls for a tone value correction(TVI) that is stored in the RIP of the platesetter.


      profile assignments

      Profile Assignments - Profile Assignments is an option in conjunction with SmartLink that enables the use of existing, already tested or special DeviceLink profiles that are based on the ICC standard for converting your data.

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