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Color Management & Quality Output by Tom Ashe

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PREPARING FILES FOR THE WEB & TABLETS

 

 

 

In the previous chapters we have discussed how to prepare our files for output to different types of prints. Now we need to look at preparing our files for soft output on the web, tablets, and projected from presentation applications. After spending so much time and energy calibrating and profiling our own displays, one of the most frustrating things can be the fact that when we post or share images on the web, we have no control over how the images are being viewed on everyone else’s monitors. It’s difficult, since we don’t know what type or quality of display, let alone the operating system or web browser the viewers are using. We don’t know if their displays have been calibrated and profiled, ...

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