Controlling the Color Output for ICC Profiles Adobe/Corel Draw

Created by service Department, Modified on Fri, 02 Jun 2023 at 03:39 PM by service Department

The 1st thing we need to cover is making sure your art has embedded ICC profiles.

Please make sure when exporting as PNG, that it has a transparent background and has

any color profiles embedded. This ensures that the files will retain any Pantone or other colors

specific color formula's for CMYK and RGB values. Flexi uses a specific color profile per ink set type. This means that it takes a general file in PNG and converts the sRGB into CMYK that the printer can understand and print correctly. Below shows you how to make sure the sRGB color profiles are bieng used by the output art programs, see below to learn how to set sRGB Output.

Select Export As to see this option.....Set for PNG Transparency, and Embedded ICC Profiles..

Adobe Photoshop has this option. Open file, then select Edit from the toolbar. Select Color Settings. Next you will see this screen. Make sure the RGB setting is set for sRGB IEC.

CorelDRAW contains two essential color management settings types: document color setting and default settings to color management. Default settings to color management can control any new document's colors. Document color settings can affect an active document's colors only.

1. Press Tools > Color management > Default settings.

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2. Within the Default color settings area, select any color profile through the below list boxes:

  • RGB: It defines the RGB (Red Green Blue) colors within the untagged and new documents.
  • CMYK: It defines the CMYK (Cyan Magenta Yellow Black) colors within the untagged and new documents.
  • Grayscale: It defines the grayscale colors within the untagged and new documents.

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