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Chromaticity difference of film, proofing, printing and computer screen

film and its corresponding proofing are the best choice to reduce error and save cost and time. The proofing corresponding to the film is closest to the printed product. The printed matter displayed on the computer screen is much brighter than the actual printed matter and cannot be used as an equivalent reference. For example, the silica gel shall be subject to the printing proofing

this is because the color formation of the display and the color printing paper is quite different. The display shall be verified as 6 points, and the image shall be formed by emitting light based on the principle of red, green and blue. This principle of color formation is called RGB, which is widely used in TV and computer monitors

color printing is to print red, yellow, blue and black inks on paper products to form color images. This principle is called CMYK. It is widely used in four-color offset printing technology by plastic problems

another important reason for the obvious difference between computer display and printed matter is the color standard of the display. If your computer monitor fails to correct color calibration, the computer display effect will also be quite different from that of the correctly calibrated computer display with the arrival of the 4G era and the implementation of "smart city". Therefore, it is necessary for professional technicians to adjust the display effect in time

different printing materials will also make the printing effect different. Generally speaking: coated paper is much brighter than offset paper

the above preparations can help you reduce various possible problems. Accelerate the delivery process to avoid increasing costs

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