First public version of CMYKTool released
by Alexandre Prokoudine
Filed under: Publishing,
The great and almighty Alastair M. Robinson released first public version of its new CMYKTool application that is basically rework of his old CMYK separate plug-in for GIMP.
Key features are:
- both RGB and CMYK in the input and the output, conversion via ICC profiles;
- pure black or pure grey preservation or overprint effect emulation during RGB to CMYK conversion;
- ability to compare several images, you can also lock views to sync navigation and zoom (right mouse button toggles between 1:1 and fit to window);
- ability to view separate channels;
- saves JPEG, TIFF (8- and 16-bit) with embedded ICC profiles or without them.
Here is what it looks like:
In the future pieces of ImgTarget will be sewn to CMYKTool. You can download it here.