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Color Management Software

A New Standard in Color Management Software

For those customers that do not want to print from a Microsoft Windows environment we offer a SoftRip package that will allow you to print directly to the print engine. The SoftRip color management software can read in most color spaces (RGB, CMYK, Lab, etc) from a file, and properly transfer that to our printers directly achieving any color within the color gamut of the printer, ink and media being used.

SoftRIP’s exclusive Precision Stochastic Screens Halftone Method achieves excellent color reproduction with perfectly smooth gradients. SoftRIP has the most extensive arsenal of color tools available in any RIP. With intricate controls and innovative tools necessary to implement even the most complex color workflows, SoftRIP is the RIP that color experts choose most.

Our award–winning Precision Stochastic Screens (PSS) have a 16-bit deep rendering pipeline that produces perfectly even gradations without stairstepping. Plus, since PSS is based on efficient algorithms developed exclusively by Wasatch, it’s faster than other RIP methods.

- Smooth Gradients
- Faster RIP Speed
- A Wasatch Exclusive
- Profiling with PSS
- Smooth Gradients

Wasatch Precision Stochastic Screens (PSS) raise fine art and photographic printing to a whole new level. Compared to other software RIP solutions, they provide superior tonal quantization by eliminating “stairstepping” or “rainbowing” in the printing of subtle gradations. They also improve the reproduction of all grays.

Recent updates to PSS combine the advantages of Error Diffusion with the full speed and other quality advantages already available. Color profiles are preserved, so all profiles made with earlier versions of PSS will continue to work accurately with this latest update.

Faster RIP Speed
The PSS halftone method not only improves image quality, but also improves throughput speed. Using PSS versus other RIP halftone methods increases RIP speed by 30% for variable– dot printers and more than 100% for fixed–dot printers.