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(v13) PushCalibration

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

Calibration is an essential part of keeping a printing process in conformance. From Harlequin Core v4.0, a method called HqnPushCalibration is available. which provides a route to storing and updating calibration sets.

Calibration sets may be submitted as a PostScript language file to the RIP, calling the PushCalibration procedure in the HqnPushCalibration procset. Calling this procedure does not trigger any raster output, and files may be submitted through any input channel configured on the RIP. Instead the process creates a stored calibration or calset in the SW folder. This calibration can be selected later via a TestConfig file.

The /ProcSetVersion key is available in the procset so you can determine which version is installed. To determine the current version of the procset use the following:

/HqnPushCalibration /ProcSet findresource /ProcSetVersion get ==

For more information on the theory of calibration and how it is used within the RIP see The Extensions Manual.

From Harlequin Core v4.1r1, Push Calibration is updated to handle spot colors and extended gamut (such as Hexachrome). For more information see Harlequin Technical Note Hqn081 - Push Calibration.

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