We firmly believe that the proofs you create should render exactly like the original file to ensure accurate proofing.
The Ghent Output Suite was created for professionals processing PDF files to determine they were behaving as expected in graphic art production workflows. The test involves a series of patches that are constructed to clearly show whether a rendering test is passed or failed. For example, to check that transparency in the PDF file is rendered correctly.
The test patches check the rendering of artwork effects such as transparency, CMYK, RGB and spot colors, font quality, overprint, etc just to name a few areas. From the perspective of a designer or reviewer, it is essential that PDFs display exactly as they were intended.
PageProof is proud to be Ghent Output Suite 5.0 compliant meaning your proofs are a carbon copy of your PDF file. We are also a member of the Ghent Workgroup community – best practices for print and publishing.
Also well-regarded in the print and media industry is the Fogra print check. This quality control check is specifically designed for color and detail sharpness.
PageProof 100% passes, and is Ghent Output Suite 5.0 compliant, and matches the Fogra quality control check against standard CMYK profiles – and is one of the only online proofing systems to do so. You can be assured that the proof will match the original PDF artwork uploaded.
Download the Ghent Output Suite PDF here and try it for yourself.
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