|Printer Name||Select a printer.|
|ICC Profile Name ( '.icc' is not required. )||Enter the file name of the ICC profile to create in Quick Color Adjustment using up to 32 characters.
You cannot use
Register a different name for each combination of the chart.
|Verification Wedge||Select the color verification standard. This is used as the standard for the chart
to be used, CMYK source profile, and judgement criteria (threshold).
|Paper Name||Select the type of paper to place on the printer.
Register Paper Name in Manage Paper.
|Profile Settings||Display the Profile Settings screen, and then configure the settings related to color separation in profile conversion.|
|GCR Ratio||The mixed color of cyan, magenta, and yellow becomes gray, so it can be replaced with
black (GCR). Specify the GCR ratio when creating a profile.
The amount color ink that is replaced by black increases as you specify a greater value. The gray tone becomes more stable, and the amount of toner consumption decreases. However, the parts printed in the same color may appear grainy.
|Point to Start Using K||Specify the timing to replace cyan, magenta, and yellow with black.
Specify 40% to make the black spots that appear in light parts less noticeable. Specify 10% or 20% for a consistent finish. Brighter colors are replaced with black when you specify a value closer to 0%. When the data is almost black and white, it is recommended to specify 0%.
|Applicable Range of K||Specify the amount of the mixed colors of cyan, magenta, and yellow to be replaced
with black in the area with vivid colors. When you specify a larger value, the mixed
colors of cyan, magenta, and yellow are replaced with black in the area with vivid
colors. When you specify a smaller value, only the mixed colors close to gray are
replaced with black.
It is recommended to specify a value between 80% and 100%, but specify a smaller value if the gamut of vivid colors appears grainy.
|Total Amount of Toner/Ink||Within the total 400% of CMYK, specify the maximum ratio to be used.
This limits the amount of toner or ink specified in the ICC profile created by Quick Color Adjustment.
|Profile Size||Select the file size of the ICC profile created by Quick Color Adjustment. The larger the file size, the more accurate the color conversion, but it takes longer
to complete the process.
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