DCS Export and Prinergy Issue

KWilliams

Member
We have a supplied file that appears to be an 8-bit DCS file exported out of a Rampage RIP. This file is failing to RIP at our Prinergy Direct RIP. Has anyone had issues with Rampage DCS exports? I have never worked with a Rampage RIP - do you have full control of preference options when exporting DCS files (resolutin, compression, compositie, etc.)?
 

Cory Smith

Well-known member
Re: DCS Export and Prinergy Issue

I believe you do...when I get in tomorrow I will post up a screen shot of the DCS export options you have out of Rampage.
 

Cory Smith

Well-known member
Re: DCS Export and Prinergy Issue

I did some digging around last week on our rampage box and didn't see a DCS export option. I think it might be an additional plugin that we don't have..
Sorry I couldn't get you some screen shots.
 

Franknater

Well-known member
Re: DCS Export and Prinergy Issue

The only thing I can think it may be is exported as a Proof Postscript, that would be negative seps.

Why would you get this file?

If this is the case, there's the option for composite. Asfor the options, yep.

Edited by: Frank on Oct 2, 2007 1:15 AM
 

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