The best way to communication colors is to measure it with a spectrophotometer. The reading should be then used : - As a custom file - Added to a color table - Converted in CMYK or RGB values - Displayed as a reflectance curve - Displayed in 3D in the Gamut Viewer - Searched into a color table (Pantone table) - To be compared with another color - Or simply displayed into others mode such as Lab, TSL, density, ...
Save and use later measured color spots. Measures done with Coraye could be exported in different ways : As a file including the description of a single color such as : .spc : Color file including spectral information in CGATS format .spot : Single text file including Lab values As a "color table" file including many colors and working with all R.I.P and softwares such as : . The Adobe creeative suite (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign) . CorelDraw . RIPs (EFI, Caldera, Wasatch, Epson Edge Print, Neo Stampa, etc…) . Cxf standards
Store your densitometer, you will be able to obtain the true densities values (on dry ink) of your colors measured on Coraye!
Quantify the difference between two colors thanks to the Delta E! Coraya also tells you if the difference is visible to the human eye or not.
The software accompanies you step by step in the preparation of your spectrophotometer up to the measurement of your color.
Each tool has its specifications, Coraye adapts the instructions according to the tool used.
Repeat the measurement by activating your spectrophotometer again.
Rename, duplicate your measures or delete them in case of error.
In CGATS format, your file contains all the spectral data measured by your spectrophotometer. The .spc extension will allow full compatibility with the software.
By selecting your color, you will have access to a lot of information about it: Its values Lab, XYZ, sRGB, ...
Customize the software by selecting your modules.See pricing