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Need more info Andy. 

  1. What colour profile are you using 
  2. What colour format
  3. Maybe upload the file

 


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4. Which printer you are printing on


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Hi, AndyMane,

RGB to CMYK conversions rarely reproduce in print what one sees on screen. In general, computer displays show a wider gamut of color than what printers can reproduce with inks.

See, for instance, https://www.color-management-guide.com/relative-colorimetric-and-perceptual-rendering-intent.html. Essentially, one tries to squeeze or stretch and RGB image into a CMYK space. Typically, the CMYK image is rather dull and/or distorted.

The only reliable solution I've had is to print trials, and tweak the original file till I get something that corresponds to what I want to see.


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The file is rgb. The file uses the printer profile.

If the printer wants rgb, set to sRGB. If it expects cmyk, set the document to cmyk.

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