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Color transform: Digital mezzotint, PostScript Screens, Advanced Screens, etc...??

Discussion in 'Roland' started by zm71, Mar 24, 2011.

  1. zm71

    zm71 Member

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    Whats the difference between these below and what do u suggest i use with my colorip&sp300? Can u really tell (see?) the difference?


    Dispersed (bayer)
    Original Digital Mezzotint
    Digital Mezzotint
    Original Stochastic Screens
    PostScript Screens
    Advanced Screens
    Digital Mezootint - Variant B
    Precision Stochastic Screens


    Sorry for typo and artarded sentence buildup :toasting:
     
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  2. bbeens

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    Advanced Screens and PostScript Screens are AM screening. Think offset press or screen printing. Most likely not for you. Digital Mezzotint is a FM (stochastic) screening but not as efficient during ripping as Precision Stochastic. I would recommend using the Precision Stochastic Screens.

    Cheers,

    Bryan
     
  3. zm71

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    thanks a lot, really appreciated!
     
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