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Offline Stiv

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RIP Data Transform
« on: December 27, 2012, 12:45:07 PM »
Had a job come through here that dropped the images when the spots were converted to process in the prescan. If the spots were left to pass through then the images magically appeared.

Talked to Rampage and they suggested to let the spots pass through and then run the pages through the RDT (RIP Data Transform).

I usually like files to work when RIPped the first time but this RDT interests me. Anyone have experience with the RDT?

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Re: RIP Data Transform
« Reply #1 on: December 27, 2012, 12:47:55 PM »
no... not familiar with that in Rampage...  but try this. Turn off dual rasterization, and see what happens. I only run dual on imposed (preRIPped) files. Had weird issues with it on. The speed you add from having it on isn't worth it. It doesn't make things that much quicker, anyway.
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