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AuthorSubject: Pantone/ColorVision Doctor Pro   [Go to Bottom of Page]
Doug King
Posted on Wed Jun 2, 2004 8:16 PM

I did a search on this product and found this quote from Andrew:

The one product they have that's pretty slick is Doctor Pro for editing profiles. It too needs some updating (it's not as powerful in the options it allows for editing profiles) but it does the job inside of Photoshop which is really slick.


That was back in Aug2003. Has it improved since then? Would you recommend this product?

I am looking for a solution to edit profiles. I'm running an Epson 10000archival ink with ColorBurst RIP and using BasICColor Catch to create the profiles. For whatever reason, I am getting profiles that result in yellow/green prints in all lighting (so it's more than the metamerism issue). Although I can get my vendor/consultant to edit the profiles, I would like to bring it in house so I don't have to bother him everytime we need an adjustment.

The GMB solution (Editor only) runs around $700, but Doctor Pro is $100. If it means an extra iteration or two to tweak the profile, I'd like to save the $600. If it means I'm not going to get where I want to be, then I won't even consider the product.

If you don't think Doctor Pro will do it for me, do I have any other options besides GMB ProfileMaker?

Thanks



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