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  • 24 Jun 2020

GMG Supports X-Rite i1Pro 3 devices

GMG Supports X-Rite i1Pro 3 devices

X-Rite Incorporated and Pantone have announced that GMG’s proofing software supports the new i1Pro 3 Family of color management devices.

The combination of GMG ColorProof, GMG ProofControl and the i1Pro 3 color measurement instrument allows printers and converters to verify digital proofs for color accuracy based on industry standards such as Fogra PSO and PSD.

‘With this new collaborative solution, users benefit from an easier, more reliable, and much more efficient way of working,’ said Jens Bloeck, product manager for proofing at GMG. ‘Users no longer need to worry about the challenges of dealing with different measurement conditions.’

GMG ColorProof enables printers and prepress operators to create color-accurate proofs and along with GMG ProofControl, it offers reliable quality control based on a defined standard. This ensures that the proof accurately simulates the subsequent printing process.

The i1Pro 3 Family is developed for professionals who require accurate color from their printer, display, and projector. The i1Pro 3 simultaneously measures M0, M1, and M2 in a single pass allowing prepress and print operators to quickly predict how colors printed on optically brightened substrates will look under different lighting conditions.

‘X-Rite is excited to extend our longstanding relationship with GMG to the new i1Pro 3,’ said Ray Cheydleur, printing and imaging product portfolio manager at X-Rite. ‘The i1Pro and GMG software have long been part of the proof production and verification toolkit for many users. With the new i1Pro 3’s improved speed and flexibility, press operators have the ability to read more patches per target and verify color accuracy in one pass.’

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