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Implementation of a Hard Copy Remote Proofing Workflow

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One of the major bottlenecks in the prepress and print production workflow is the printing and approval of proofs. By implementing the ability to distribute proofing data in electronic format and printing the proofs remotely (in the approver site) the approval cycle time can be dramatically reduced. The most important requirements for this type of remote proofing workflow to be reliable are ensuring the consistency, accuracy and integrity of the remotely printed proofs. In the hp Remote Proofing solution, these requirements are achieved by the combination of several technologies and standards. Device closed loop color calibration ensures a stable and consistent color behavior of the proofing devices. This technology, combined with ICC profile based characterization and image color management achieves the required color consistency and accuracy of the printed proofs. Data integrity and consistent proof printing is achieved by the use of an “electronic proof” data format, based on the combination of the PDF/X blind exchange standard and the JDF job ticketing standard. The resulting remote proofing workflow combines the advantages of hard copy proofs with the speed and convenience of electronic data transfer and computer based collaboration.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: January 1, 2003

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