Started by Tracy, March 10, 2021, 12:48:52 PM
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Quote from: Tracy on March 11, 2021, 12:10:40 PMOk their image setter is at 2500, thanks guysI would not have known to ask this.Their prepress is telling me if you open up the image in photoshop at 89% you will see the moire :laugh:
Quote from: Joe on March 11, 2021, 12:48:07 PM2500 / 1200 = 2.083333333333333 - moire.
Quote from: born2print on March 11, 2021, 12:36:25 PMWait, so they are implying that your image has the moiré before their RIP.Maybe so if a rescreen...but a monitor has a pixel resolution that can mesh (or mis-mesh) with the copydot scan and have a moiré - ok fine...but that is an entirely different thing than an imagesetter resolution mis-mesh.I am skeptical, if your image had the moiré already, it might view at more than just 1 specific scale on the screen...and wasn't it a copydot? IMO, a copydot can't have a moiré in it - that's the point of it... so that would imply the image got ruined in their RIP.Furthermore, I got the impression that you do this often and without issues until it went to a vendor?
Quote from: david on March 11, 2021, 01:04:39 PMwhere did they get a setter that has a 2500 res output?never seen one of those.