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Photo Quality on VP-540

Discussion in 'Roland' started by dlndesign, Jul 7, 2009.

  1. dlndesign

    dlndesign Active Member

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    Just a quick question, if I were to have a file that I am printing on calendared adhesive vinyl and I needed to get a photo quality print, what setting would you use in Versa Works?
     
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  2. jasonx

    jasonx Very Active Member

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    GCVP 720x1440

    I dont have the VP but you might have that profile.
     
  3. 82R909

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    Gcvp high quaility same thing ive used it before comes out nice.
     
  4. DRamm76

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    Keep in mind the quality of your print is only going to be as good as the quality of the original image. GCVP high quality is great! Of course, garbage in garbage out
     
  5. dlndesign

    dlndesign Active Member

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    Your right Daniel. I have to say what I have isn't great, but its for outdoor advertising for 2 days.. I think this should do the trick. Thanks all you guys.
     
  6. Pacific Coast Sign

    Pacific Coast Sign Active Member

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    Nothing better than "picture perfect" pixels!
     
  7. anotherdog

    anotherdog Very Active Member

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    I have done some work for local artists using PGVP.
    I'm not sure if it is a better setting given it's for cast vinyl rather than calendered.
     
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