While the InfoPrint 5000 produces vibrant full-color images, including images that contain gradients and shading, it is not able to reproduce every shade of every color. The color-rendering-intent attribute determines what InfoPrint Manager does when it encounters a shade in a PostScript image that the InfoPrint 5000 cannot reproduce exactly.
There are two possible values for color-rendering-intent:
- When InfoPrint Manager encounters a color that InfoPrint 5000 cannot reproduce, it substitutes the closest color value that it can reproduce.
- When InfoPrint Manager encounters a color that InfoPrint 5000 cannot reproduce, it adjusts all of the colors in the image so that they maintain their color relationships to each other. The result is an image that is pleasing to the eye, but that might not look exactly like the original image.
The default value is Relative.
You can set the color rendering intent value on a print job, a default document, or on an actual destination using either the command line or the InfoPrint Manager Administration GUI. The title of this attribute in the InfoPrint Manager Administration GUI is Color rendering intent.