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How to Print Clear Photos

If the characteristics of photos, such as the brightness, contrast, color, and sharpness, are different from what you expected, follow the procedure below to print better photos.
Right-click the job in Command WorkStation on the imagePRESS Server → click [Image Enhance Visual Editor].
Depending on the imagePRESS Server you are using, the optional product which enables Image Enhance Visual Editor may be necessary.
If [Image Enhance Visual Editor] is not displayed, see "When Image Enhance Visual Editor Is Unavailable."
You can only edit processed jobs.
If you cancel rasterization after editing a job, the edits are canceled.
Adjust the values for <Brightness>, <Contrast>, <Definition>, <Highlights & Shadows>, <Color>, <Sharpness>, and <Red-Eye Correction> on the [Image Enhance Visual Editor] screen.
Click [File] → [Proof Print] to check the finished result.
If you are satisfied with the result, click [File] → [Save] to save the adjusted values, and then you can print the job.
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