Print engine specific mode
Color Management Guide
NOTE: You should calibrate a stock that best represents the
other stock in the group; therefore, you should calibrate using a
stock that has a whitepoint at about the median of the stocks in
It is recommended that most users confine their use of color
groups to the 3 pre-installed groups. This method provides
excellent color results with relatively little user intervention.
For a more in-depth discussion of color groups, see chapter 3:
The Color Profiles tab provides a list of color profiles (both
source and destination) with their descriptions.
User Tone Reproduction Curves (TRCs) provide the skilled user
with a tool for adjusting the individual CMYK color separations in
an image and saving those adjustments for use on other images.
The User TRCs tab provides a list of user-created TRCs and
allows you to create new TRCs.
Color tools allow you to make adjustments that impact the color
characteristics of a print job. Color tools can affect jobs or
queues, if assigned at the controller, or can be assigned by an
application at the client workstation.
Selected at the queue level, the print engine or product specific
mode is unique to each Xerox color print engine and optimizes
performance for that print engine. Print engine specific mode
provides the best possible default color interpretation and
rendering values for the widest range of images.
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