PAID: PDF color profil settings

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Re: PAID: PDF color profil settings

Post by DarrenPotter » 2018-01-22T06:48:57-07:00

I spoke to the printing company. It's definitely ok with an image, though in that case they'd prefer tif format, 300dpi and a CYMK profile. So in addition to the resizing, units, density and profile we need to convert the image from PNG to TIF right?

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Re: PAID: PDF color profil settings

Post by fmw42 » 2018-01-22T11:25:57-07:00

try this

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pdfimages -png poster-308.pdf poster_300
convert poster_300-000.png -resize 1984x2835 -compress lzw \
-profile /Users/fred/images/profiles/sRGB.icc \
-profile /Users/fred/images/profiles/USWebCoatedSWOP.icc \
-units pixelsperinch -density 300 new_poster_300_000.tif

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Re: PAID: PDF color profil settings

Post by snibgo » 2018-01-22T11:40:08-07:00

DarrenPotter wrote:Fortunately the original PNGs are created on the server so we don't need to extract them from the PDF.
Good. So use that PNG. Ignore the PDF.
DarrenPotter wrote:...they'd prefer tif format, 300dpi and a CYMK profile.
Something like this:

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magick in.png -density 300 -profile sRGB.icc -profile USWebUncoated.icc out.tif
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Re: PAID: PDF color profil settings

Post by DarrenPotter » 2018-01-23T02:27:18-07:00

Thanks guys. We'll give this a go and let you know the outcome!

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