Category Archives: What’s new in ZePrA 4.5?

New features in ZePrA 4.7

Since ZePrA 4 you can share DeviceLink settings between CoPrA and ZePrA so that ZePrA can build DeviceLinks on-the-fly with read more…

Also posted in What's new in ZePrA 4.5?, What's new in ZePrA 4.7? | Leave a comment

Enhanced RIP Compatibility with ZePrA 4.6

ZePrA converts all objects, including vector shading, with the highest accuracy and 16-bit precision. Every shading created based on a read more…

Also posted in What's new in ZePrA 4.5?, What’s new in ZePrA 4.6? | Leave a comment

New DeviceLinks in DLS-Manager v1.2 – FOGRA51/52

The ECI (European Color Initiative) released for new printer profiles: PSO Coated V3 and PSO Uncoated FOGRA52. PSO Coated V3 read more…

Also posted in What's new in ZePrA 4.5?, What’s new in ZePrA 4.6? | Leave a comment

Introduction to ZePrA 4.5

zepra_icon_100x100

ZePrA 4.5 is major release which includes several improvements, bug fixes and three major improvements: Major improvements to converting PDF files that read more…

Also posted in What's new in ZePrA 4.5? | Leave a comment

Resolving overprint challenges with ZePrA 4.5

The spot color module in ZePrA 4 offers excellent quality for color conversion of spot colors to process colors. Nevertheless, read more…

Also posted in What's new in ZePrA 4.5? | Leave a comment

New calculation methods for spot colors

The Calculation method defines how ZePrA converts spot colors, combinations of spot colors and process colors, or several spot colors to the read more…

Also posted in What's new in ZePrA 4.5? | Leave a comment

Other new features in ZePrA 4.5

Beside the major improvements of ZePrA 4.5 listed in the introduction there are several other enhancements. New features are documented read more…

Also posted in What's new in ZePrA 4.5? | Leave a comment

Bug fixes in ZePrA 4.5

A non-informative error message when loading expired or false licenses in the Register dialog has been fixed. Pixel files with read more…

Also posted in What's new in ZePrA 4.5? | Leave a comment