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Multi-threaded processing

This page applies to Harlequin v13.1r0 and later; and to Harlequin Core but not Harlequin MultiRIP

With the Harlequin Core running on a suitable hardware platform, you can use the -p n control to set the number of threads to be used for the RIP. In normal use, you should set this value equal to the number of processors available in your system: this will produce the fastest processing. Other, smaller, values may be useful in testing or troubleshooting. This value is passed to SwDllStart() by StartRip() and the default value is 1 .

The -p n option can be used on the command line to configure the RIP. For example:

clrip -p 2 -c CMYKComposite300dpi -o TIFF testone.pdf

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