JAWS Configure Rip Options Name Value SPOTREPLACEBLENDS ON MALLOCPAGES 49152 MAXFLAT and MINFLAT Max = 100000.0 Min = .00001 MESSAGES ON QUICKSPOTREPLACE ON SPOTRENDERINTENT 0= Perceptual, 1= Absolute, 2 Description help with processing of gradients with spot colors Defines the amount of memory used for a page file during the RIP process. Defines the valed range for the number of segments it takes to make a curve. A lower number creates a more accurate curve. (Reference help file; Configure RIP section) Used to tell the RIP to be more verbose in its output to the Jaws window. If you are using CCADL this will disable it to make spot color replacement faster. It basically reverts spot color replacement to how it worked in a previous implementation which had issues. In general you don't want to use this option. Obsolete upon release of 7.2. Sets the rendering intent used for out of gamut spot colors. = Relative, 3 = Saturation, and 4 = Postercolor (new). If not selected, Absolute is used. TRANSPARENCY ON CCADL ON FIXIMGTRANS OFF FIXSPOTTRANS OFF Enable the handling of transparencies in PDF files. Color Correction After Display List. Changes the order in which color correction is applied while RIPing. This is internally automatically set to ON when PDF files are ripped with the TRANSPARENCY option enabled. Fix Image Transparency. This is used to disable a fix for transparent images in PDF files. It is here based on the fact that not all PDF files are created to handle image transparencies in the same way. This will only affect files that contain image elements with transparent backgrounds. Fix Spot Transparency. A fix was made to correct transparent spot color elements. Again, not BANDHOME C:/Temp OVERPRINT ON BLACKOVERPRINT ON USEPDFCROP ON APPLYPDFICCS OFF all PDF files describe transparencies the same so this was added to turn off the fix in case a file with a spot transparency isn't fixed. FIXSPOTTRANS and FIXIMGTRANS are related in that FIXSPOTTRANS is required for FIXIMGTRANS to be used. Turning OFF FIXSPOTTRANS will automatically disable FIXIMGTRANS. Temporary swap workspace for the RIP. Will not affect color but the drive it is set to must be large enough to be used as a swap workspace. Allow the color channels to overprint rather than knockout zero channel data. Allow overprint of elements made of only the black channel without knockout of other channel data. Allow the PDF file to define the cropped area of the image. This can be used to turn off embedded ICCs in PDF files. APPLYIMGXFERFUNCS OFF FIXGREYIMGOVERPRINT ON CCOVERRIDETRANS OFF USECUTSPLINES OFF TRANSTILEWIDTH* Integer value in inches TRANSTILEHEIGHT* Integer This can be used to turn off tone curve transform functions for image elements. Can be enabled to turn on a possible fix for grey overprint elements. Disable the onyx override of handling of transparency elements (PDF only). Disable the use of splines when generating cut paths. At this point there are limited cutters that use the splines, however the cutter drivers will interpret the splines into line segments automatically. You should not need to turn this off unless you are troubleshooting a cutter. Adjust the size of the section being rendered. The larger you go, the potentially faster the rip time will go. If you go too high, you will get VMerrors. This is dependent on printing resolution and the amount of memory you have. Usually I would go about the highest of 5. * Similar to the value in inches DEAFAULTFONT TimesRoman MAXTRANSPARENCYIMAGERESOLUTION Desired resolution IMAGESEPOVERPRINT ON SPOTREPLACEBLENDS ON COMPATMODE CMYK TRANSTILEWIDTH. This adjust the height portion of the ripped section. The same rules apply here as with the item above. Keep it aroun 1-4. * Defines the default font you want to use when the font specified in the file is unavailable. I believe the font name is case sensitive. This needs to be a font that is listed in the fonts dialog box or it will not work. This option defines the resolutions for transparency areas in an image. This does not affect the other elements outside of the transparency. The physical size also remains the same. This option allows spot channel images to overprint other image data without replacing other data. This option allows spot replacement to be performed if spot is participating int a gradient fill. This forces most color management operations to be performed after the page is rendered. The FIXGREYIMGOVERPRINT ON value determines the color space that all colors are rendered two. When enabled and set to CMYK the CMYK Images profile will be used to convert from the rendered page to the final output color apace. This option forces single channel K images to not undergo profile conversion (preserving black generation) for purposes of maintaining overprint characteristics of output TheAdobePDFPrint EngineinThrive Thrive uses the Adobe PDF Print Engine for converting PDF/PS/EPS document files into pixels for the purposes of printing. The Adobe PDF Print Engine is a native PDF Interpreter and pixel rasterizer. It utilizes the same interpreting libraries utilized by Adobe products like Acrobat, and Illustrator. The rendering libraries are similar libraries used by Adobe for other products, but optimized for large rendering of print ready data. The Adobe PDF Print Engine has been integrated with the Onyx Color and image processing libraries to generate processed data that can be printed to large format printers. For PS/EPS documents the Adobe PDF Print Engine module in Thrive has been equipped to use the Adobe Normalizer technology to first convert the postscript code into PDF before it is interpreted and rendered by the Adobe PDF Print Engine. The use of the Adobe Normalizer is automatic and requires no user intervention, and there are no controls associated with the use of Normalizer by the Adobe PDF Print Engine module in Thrive. The first time a PS/EPS file is rendered the Adobe PDF Print Engine UI will first invoke Normalizer (with the status of Normalizing) to convert the file to PDF before going into the Interpreting stage of processing. The status and results of the normalizing stage will be shown in the Adobe PDF Print Engine UI. The converted PDF file is internally stored in the job, and subsequent processing of the job will not invoke the Normalizer stage. Generally the normalization process is quick, and only takes any significant time for large PS/EPS files. The following figure shows an example of the normalization process being applied to an EPS file. The following quickset options/job options are available with the Adobe PDF Print Engine: The Named Colors tab shows all the spot colors that are used by the pages rendered for the preview. The PS/PDF Options allows one to configure whether to use Spot Color Replacement, Cutter settings, Abort on Missing fonts, and Two stage Processing. PS/PDF Separations allows one to define if a file is set up as a multi-page separation file (with each page representing a single color separation (grayscale). The number and order of separations can be defined The Adobe Rip Options allows text anti-aliasing to be enabled, and job specific rip options to be defined. The Adobe PDF Print Engine has the following RIP options: Name Value Description APPERENDERTHREADS NO APPLYPDFICCS OFF COMPATMODE CMYK DISABLETHREADS YES Disables simultaneous rendering of contone color planes using threads When checked (and value set to OFF) forces ICC profiles within a PDF file to NOT be used. Profiles will be determined by the profile settings for the job When checked this forces the file to be rendered first as a CMYK contone image. Then the CMYK image profile in the job settings will be used to convert to the final output. Disables halftoning of color channels using threads DOWNSAMPLEIMG OFF EMULATEOVERPRINT NO ENDPAUSE 10000 IGNOREPDLALLBLENDSPACES NO IGNOREPDLOVERPRINT YES MAXBANDMEMSIZE 25000000 MESSAGES ON PRINTPDFANNOTATIONS NO SPOTRENDERINTENT 0 When checked (and value set to OFF) forces image down sampling to NOT be performed (with potential performance loss). By default overprint behavior of spots and process colors is emulated. Checking this turns off this feature. This causes the program to pause at the end of ripping. The total time is in milliseconds. The value of 10000 results in a 10 second pause. Normally Transparency blending is performed using a CMYK working space. Checking this allows blending to be performed using other color spaces. (Note: It is NOT recommended to check this as doing so may result in profiles not being applied to some objects). Checking this disables overprint processing Memory allocated for display list processing. (Should not need to change). Checking this results in more verbose information during the interpreting/rendering process Normally annotations in a pdf file are rendered as part of a page. Checking this causes these “comments” to not be rendered. This specifies the rendering intent to use. If unchecked then the Absolute Colorimetric intent is used. The valid values for this are: 0 = Perceptual 1 = Absolute Colorimetric 2 = Relative Colorimetric 3 = Saturation 128 = Perceptual with BPC 130 = Relative Colorimetric with BPC 131 = Saturation with BPC TRANSGLOBALRASTERIZATION YES X USECMMGPU OFF YES USEPDFCROP When enabled this changes transparency processing to use global rasterization instead of object level rasterization. (Note: For some files with extremely complicated transparency this may improve performance, and reduce the chance of VM errors. It most cases is degrades performance). If a GPU is properly installed it will be used by the RIP for color management conversions. Checking this option forces the rip to NOT use the GPU if it is available Checking this forces the page size to be cropped using the PDF Crop information.
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