KODAK PROFESSIONAL RP 50 LED Printer
LED II Printer 20P
KODAK PROFESSIONAL LED II Printer 20R
Deciding which LUT to use with a lightness based
With a lightness based calibration,
you no longer need to use a Look Up Table (LUT) with TIFF images.
The TIFF downloader automatically inverts the image before printing
if the LUT is not present.
Newer versions of the KODAK PROFESSIONAL Image Print Server were
shipped with a decreasing linear LUT in case the customer wanted
to download a LUT. If no LUT is installed, the image will print
The printer ICON button disappeared
your APPLE MACINTOSH or MICROSOFT WINDOWS computer crashes unexpectedly,
the files can become corrupted and the printer ICON or printer button
can be deleted. This also happens if you press [Ctrl] [Alt] [Delete] on
a WINDOWS computer, or [Ctrl] [Apple] [Power
Key] on a MACINTOSH computer. The printer folder still
exists but the system cannot access it. You must "Create
a New Device".
How to set up an image color balance
Image Print Server uses a decreasing linear LUT. It does not apply
a gamma table. However, it does have the capability to apply tables
to images it processes, but if none are indicated it assumes a decreasing
How to determine the device calibration software
When running the KODAK PROFESSIONAL Device Calibration
Software, you're actually running two software applications.
Both applications are located in the Device Application folder.
The Core Application is the user interface
that makes all of the calibration applications look and feel the
The Calibration Application handles the actual calibration.
The calibration applications for each device are stored in the "bin" folder.
To determine the software version you are running, navigate to
the Device Application folder and open the "bin" folder.
For MACINTOSH computers, perform "Get Info" [Apple] [i].
For WINDOWS NT systems, right click on the application and go to "Properties".
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