Halftone

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Halftone

An engraving used to print an illustration, such as in a book or magazine. This word is most common in publishing.
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Nasdaq: EFII) covering a patent portfolio directed to methods for digital halftone screening.
An optional Graphics Arts Package (MSRP $5595) available for the ColorPASS-Z650 is specifically designed for the color critical user, and includes: Soft Proofing, for facilitating customer approvals; Spot-on(R) Color Matching for easier color management, customization, and adjustment of named Pantone colors; Hot Folders setting to automate the printing process for anything from job imposition to media thickness; Halftone screening capabilities to simulate the final screened result that will be imaged on films or plates; and Paper Simulation to simulate the media that will be used when printing i.
Halftone Screening capabilities allow users to print in halftone mode to simulate the final screened result that will be imaged on films or plates for offset printing, as well as define custom screening functions to be applied to their print jobs.