CorelDraw Software About Printing CMYK vs CMY (Part 1) Step by Step Video Tutorial

coreldraw print cmyk vs cmy

This method that we are about to cover will be looking at a way to make a fake dark print without having any black ink.

There are a few important things to keep in mind when using this method for printing, but we will cover them all.

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Video Transcript

Alrighty, guys. In today's video, we're gonna be looking at the difference between C. M. Y, K and C M Y. And this will be within coral draw. But before that, let's have a quick intro first, so today's video can be found on softwaretraining.co.za. We make sure and easy to watch problem solving videos, and we also have daily updates. Now, if we get into the tutorial here now, just so you guys know this is gonna be a mini series on coral draw and how to transform or adjust your C M Y K to C M Y. Now, the reason why you would want to do that, It's, um let's say your black ink has run out of your actual printer stride up or something on that line, and you can only print, um, c M y. Then we have a kind of a little fake hack we can do where we can make a form of black won't quite be solid black, but it will definitely look better than no black at all. And then, with that hack, we can kind of fake the K or the key or black feature. Now the reason why this is important for printing is because it works different on normal R GB monitors or computer type colour. Um, theory. So it's not a theory, but the actual way it's structured. So on computers, what we get, we get R GB or red, green and blue, and that is where most of your monitors and so forth works with that. But once you want to switch it over to actual printing, then most printing not all of it, but most of it. They work with AC, M Y K, and they will be basically using a white base. And they will be adding these type of colours with black to get all the different colours or pretty much all the colours that we have. But yeah, so otherwise, um, when it comes to the actual C m Y k what it stands for. So the first one here, the C that's, um, Cyan. Then next to that, we've got the MS for C m that we magenta. Then we've got y for yellow and then, uh, the K for key, or it's also known as the Black. So that is pretty much the three colours you have that we're gonna be looking at. Now there's two methods we can go about faking the actual, um uh, K inside Coral draw those first mini series, we're gonna be covering the first method, and then I'll be having another little mini series or we will be covering the second method, but without running through all the, um, theory behind it. So it's gonna be a little bit quicker one so you can see which approach works for you. Maybe with the version of software you're using, the one is more relevant than the other. But yeah, otherwise, before we head to the actual tutorial, if we head here to softwaretraining.co.za. You guys will notice we've got a variety of different Softwares we do cover, and you can also isolate your search on the top, right? If you do not, however, find the training videos you're looking for, um, we normally have a section where you can just simply request a training video you can see on the left, and then we'll do our best to try and make that for you. But otherwise thanks, guys, for watching and cheers

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This article is part of our “Large Format Printer Printhead colour channel manipulation workflow” – see the article for more info.