Tuesday, July 25, 2017

ColorByte ImagePrint adds support for the Canon PRO-2000 & PRO-4000

ImagePrint 10.0.30 with support of multiple paper brands with more on the way
ImagePrint 10.0.30 with support of multiple paper brands with more on the way

My original review of ColorByte ImagePrint 10 featured support for my Canon PRO-1000, but it wasn’t until this week that they are now officially supporting the large format PRO-2000 and PRO-4000 printers.

This is a big deal for those users who want to use paper from third parties like Epson where getting Canon ICC profiles' can be tough to come by. What’s more, ImagePrint has always been highly regarded as one of the best RIP’s in the business so if you have been wanting to get more tonal range out of your new PRO series printer then this is a big deal.

Check out my original review of ColorByte ImagePrint 10 for more details about this product and why it’s profile valet and hot folders make it an invaluable part of your print workflow if you make a living off of your prints.

Where to Buy?

Purchasing this product is a little unconventional because it requires a USB dongle to be plugged into your computer when you use this software. While you can purchase direct (please tell them you came from ronmartblog.com), I've arranged a special discount that I'd recommend you take advantage of instead. Here's details:

Get 10% OFF ImagePrint

I have worked a special arrangement with ColorByte to offer you the first ever discount that was made available for a blog several years back. ColorByte is offering a 10% off discount to readers of this article when you contact JVH Technical, LLC by phone or email. You can not get this discount through the web or ColorByte directly, so you must contact JVH and you MUST mention this blog in order to get the discount.

If you have any questions or concerns about this discount program, please don’t hesitate to  contact me directly.

NOTE: This product does offer a 30 day money back guarantee as well as a free demo that will watermark your prints.

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