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(v13) Important features of color management in Harlequin

This page applies to Harlequin v13.1r0 and later; both Harlequin Core and Harlequin MultiRIP.

These are the different color space cases relevant to ICC color management in the RIP:

  • Untagged Device spaces
  • Device spaces tagged with an ICC Input profile
  • Device spaces expressed directly as an ICC input profile
  • Non-device color spaces expressed via an ICC input profile

The RIP is capable of sophisticated control over the color space in the job. It can optionally honor all color spaces in the job, set a default profile to use with untagged device spaces, and it can override the ICC profile used for device color spaces with a different ICC profile.

As an example, a DeviceLink ICC profile may override all CMYK color spaces from the job, and be used to directly convert CMYK objects to the output device. More typically, an ICC source profile converts color values to the PCS.

The remainder of this section describes many workflows that can be modeled using ICC profiles, and provides color configurations that correspond to the models.

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