Covert Spot Color to CMYK Color

vrushalm
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Covert Spot Color to CMYK Color

Postby vrushalm » Tue Jan 30, 2018 12:45 pm

Hi,

I have installed PitStop pro and from which i can able to convert spot colors to Process colors.

But i am looking for a solution to use from command line - CLI.
There is a PitStop server - CLI but, can it use that to convert spot color to process colors?

If yes, Then please help me how i can use ?

Please reply urgently. I have to implement this in minimal time.

loicaigon
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Re: Covert Spot Color to CMYK Color

Postby loicaigon » Tue Jan 30, 2018 4:08 pm

Please reply urgently. I have to implement this in minimal time.


Rushing is generally not a good way for doing things great. But for what's worth, Using PitStop CLI requires usings xml configs files:

Here is the doc:
http://www.enfocus.com/manuals/UserGuide/PR_CLI/13/enUS/home.htm
And here is a sample:
http://www.enfocus.com/webmarketing/website_files/cli/Example-Process.xml

All you have left is edit the sample xml and use it in your CLI call.

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Re: Covert Spot Color to CMYK Color

Postby vrushalm » Wed Jan 31, 2018 11:05 am

Thanks loicaigon.

I used similar command as below and that worked fine for me. :)

"C:\Program Files (x86)\Enfocus\Enfocus PitStop Server 13\PitStopServerCLI.exe" -input "C:\Resources\input\input.pdf -mutator "C:\Resources\actionlists\actionlist.eal" -output "C:\Resources\output\output.pdf "

But I have one another question:-

Can PitStop server able to covert PS file to PDF ?

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Re: Covert Spot Color to CMYK Color

Postby loicaigon » Wed Jan 31, 2018 11:27 pm

Glad you got it.
No PSRV can only process PDF files (unless I missed something).

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Re: Covert Spot Color to CMYK Color

Postby vrushalm » Thu Feb 01, 2018 8:33 am

Thank you so much loicaigon for clearing everything. :)


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