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What format do you use

Discussion in 'Flexi' started by stuart@accupress.com, Feb 22, 2007.

  1. stuart@accupress.com

    stuart@accupress.com Member

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    when saving a file from Photoshop to print with Flexi. I am having difficulty getting a good red. I have been able to get a great red from Illustrator, but Photoshop comes out either orange or salmon colored.

    Any help on this matter is greatly appreciated.
     
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    player Major Contributor

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    Be sure that your PShop is in Adobe 1998 colorspace, as well as flexi.

    Also RGB is supposed to work better in Flexi.

    Use Pantone colors...

    You could try exporting the colors from Flexi as a palette in PShop, then re-export back to Flexi and see if they hold.

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  3. stuart@accupress.com

    stuart@accupress.com Member

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    When using pantone colors...do you save as an eps or tif?
     
  4. cinemasign.grafix

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    Illustrators default work space is CMYK . Photoshop Is RGB . You should use
    common (Bridged) work space.
     
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