For PSF, specifies whether the transform is to produce monochrome (FS10) or color images (FS42 or FS45).
For CUPS destinations, specifies whether InfoPrint Manager is to pass to the underlying printing system the corresponding driver option which produces monochrome or color output. For more information, see "Mapping Attributes and Values to PPD Options" in the InfoPrint Manager for Linux: Getting Started.
Color bits per plane
CUPS, Email, PSF
You can enter one of these fixed values:
- 0-bits (monochrome FS10 for PSF and Email, monochrome for CUPS)
- 1-bit (color FS42 for PSF and Email)
- 8-bits (color FS45 for PSF an Email, color for CUPS)
For InfoPrint Color 130 Plus and InfoPrint 5000, the default is 8-bits.
For all other actual destinations, the default is 0-bits.
- For Email and PSF
- If you use this attribute, verify if the transform, driver and printer support these options.
- For PSF, GIF, JPEG, PDF, PostScript, and TIFF document formats, the value derived from the color-bits-per-plane attribute overwrites the value of the image-out-format attribute.
- For PSF, this attribute only applies to TCP/IP and Upload TCP/IP attachment types.
- For Email DSS, this attribute is only supported for PDF or PostScript document formats.
- For the sap2afp transform, if the value of this attribute is 8-bits (FS45), InfoPrint Manager requests FS45 transform output. Otherwise, the attribute is ignored.
- For CUPS
- InfoPrint Manager does not transform the data, it passes the corresponding driver option to the underlying printing system.