For Immediate Release
Quickcut closes the loop on digital color with new Quickcut ICC 2.0
• Major enhancements to field-proven color management software uniquely apply
Adobe Engine, conversion techniques to eliminate color guesswork from print
• Reinforces Quickcut position as sole supplier of specifications-driven print
workflow solution from a single source.
Los Angles, CA; June 14, 2005 – Quickcut, the leading international provider of digital production
workflow solutions, today introduced Quickcut ICC 2.0, an enhanced version of its powerful color
management software that uniquely integrates the highly regarded Adobe Color Engine with a host of
other advanced features enabling creative and production professionals to achieve highly consistent
and predictable color from proofs to the printed piece.
When launched in 2003, Quickcut ICC created a color revolution by instantly combining advanced
software tools with industry-standard ICC profiling in a specifications-driven approach to workflow to
provide accurate and consistent color at every stage of production.
New Quickcut ICC 2.0 uniquely taps the power of the same Adobe Color Engine (ACE) used in
Photoshop™ along with new features such as enhanced RGB and CMYK color conversion flexibility,
intelligent file compression and selective global rendering intents to give everybody with a stake in the
production process the ability to predict exactly how the color in a job will look when printed to the
specifications of destination magazines, newspapers or brochures produced anywhere in the world.
In addition, Quickcut ICC 2.0 reinforces Quickcut’s position as the only workflow supplier that uses
each publication’s exact production specifications, including color profiles, to guide and manage
advertising materials from the point of creation to the point of print delivery, including page layout,
preflighting, validation, and delivery.
Eliminates color guesswork
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