WASATCH LEARNING LIBRARY
At Wasatch, we know that the more you understand about color and printing concepts, the more you will love our software. We are committed to providing materials to help enrich your understanding of technical topics, and resources that will help you to use Wasatch SoftRIP to its fullest potential.
Learning Library Contents
No more extensive documentation and training manuals to peruse in this section! Wasatch provides you with free online training videos to help expand your knowledge of our products. Our training videos are available in English, French, German, Japanese, Korean, and Spanish. Sit back and watch as our experts guide you through the fundamentals of our RIP.
Color Management Topics
Color Management helps you get the most accurate color output possible from whatever process or device you are using. But what is color? How do we define it? Read our color management articles to learn about color models and the fundamentals of ICC color and gamut management.
Color Correction Topics
What do you do when your input file has problems? Your color profiles will accurately represent the file's color data, but the print doesn't come out right. Read our articles on color correction to learn about ways to fix the color in source files to avoid muddy or color-cast output.
Hi-Fi Printing Topics
Today's Hi-Fi printers, with six or more channels for ink, are transforming the way digital color can be reproduced. Read our Hi-Fi Color articles to learn about Hi-Fi basics, workflows, and file types.
The core of a RIP is its halftoning capabilities. Halftoning is the simulation of a continuous-tone image such as a photograph or gradient vector design with dots. But what does that really mean? Read our articles about the fundamentals and intricacies of halftoning to find out.
Color Separations Topics
Inkjet printers are revolutionizing the production of wide format color separations for screen, flexo, and litho printing. Read our color separations articles to learn the key elements of producing high quality film output.