Unlike other ECG systems that employ the use of a destination/press profiles to separate images, the Touch7 Photo ECG plugin works intelligently at the pixel level, automatically isolating and separating the desired touch plates for extended colour gamut printing. The end conversion adds up to three additional spot colours to the users original image format – For example, if you have an RGB image and convert using Touch7, you will end up with your RGB image plus up to three spot colours.

The image below was processed using one of the
Touch7 master presets, with no image masking required. Only colour groups that can benefit from an ECG ink set are targeted by the Touch7 Photo ECG algorithms – All other colour groups, such as yellows, magentas and light cyans, are excluded, ensuring ECG inks only effect those colours true to an extended colour gamut.
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Original RGB image
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Touch7 ECG separations
Key Features (click to open/close)
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Colour coded “One Click” Buttons

Single colour touch plates –
Generate ONE additional touch plate to boost an individual colour group

Two colour touch plates –
Generate TWO additional touch plates E.G. Red & Blue

Three colour touch plates
– Generate THREE additional touch plates E.G. Orange, Green & Violet

(Source Image Colour Removal) – Removes the equivalent ECG colour hue from your source image.

With Touch7 Photo ECG, you can generate extended colour gamut images for printing up to seven colours. For example, you may have an image whereby you only want to boost the Orange and Green colours, leaving the blues untouched – in this instance, you would use one of the “TWO COLOUR” touch plate buttons.
Literature (click to open/close)
Print output: CMYK plus Orange and Green.

Copyright Notice: This artwork is the property of Khaos Technology/Touch7. The printing of this file with the removal or cropping off, of the Touch7 logos and/or branding, or the removal of the Despositphotos logo and information, will be regarded as a violation of our copyright.
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