Qimage printing

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  • David Eckels
    David Eckels
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    on: December 18, 2020 at 7:28 pm

    Nice article Oliver, thanks for your work. I have been using Qimage Ultimate for almost a year and could not be happier. The learning curve was a bit steep, but sounds like Qimage One may be a bit easier. I would like to be able to print in 16-bit mode, but understand Windows does not allow that. If you haven’t tried it, Qimage is worth a trial.

    David
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    Oliver Ritter-Wolff
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    Re: Qimage printing
    Reply #1 on: December 19, 2020 at 6:25 am

    Hi David,

    thanks for the feedback. I used Qimage Ultmate a few years ago, still with Windows XP but my main system was already OSX then.

    It is exactly as you write, the learning curve is steeper with Ultimate as the feature set is larger than with One. This also makes the user interface a bit more confusing. For my part, I didn’t use many of the Ultimate features, so One was ideal for me and I’m sure for many others.

    In fact, as far as I know, there is no Epson 16-bit printing support under Windows, only under macOS/OSX. But who knows, maybe that will come sometime under Windows.

    Many greetings
    Oliver

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    Andrew Rodney
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    Re: Qimage printing
    Reply #2 on: December 19, 2020 at 1:43 pm

    In fact, as far as I know, there is no Epson 16-bit printing support under Windows, only under macOS/OSX.

    Correct, certainly with the Epson driver. And there’s no need really, I’ve printed both ways under OSX, there’s absolutely no visible difference. Newer Epson’s like my P800 under Mac OS no longer even provide the option.

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    Oliver Ritter-Wolff
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    Re: Qimage printing
    Reply #3 on: December 19, 2020 at 3:19 pm

    In fact, as far as I know, there is no Epson 16-bit printing support under Windows, only under macOS/OSX.

    Correct, certainly with the Epson driver. And there’s no need really, I’ve printed both ways under OSX, there’s absolutely no visible difference. Newer Epson’s like my P800 under Mac OS no longer even provide the option.

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    Hi Andrew,

    with my Epson 3880 I also have not been able to perceive any visual differences.

    I want to buy the Epson SC-P 900 in 2021, so I have not yet looked at the new macOS drivers. Since the option is now out, we no longer have to worry about whether you can still gain an ounce of quality or not 🙂 .

    Oliver

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    David Eckels
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    Re: Qimage printing
    Reply #4 on: December 19, 2020 at 7:25 pm

    In fact, as far as I know, there is no Epson 16-bit printing support under Windows, only under macOS/OSX.

    Correct, certainly with the Epson driver. And there’s no need really, I’ve printed both ways under OSX, there’s absolutely no visible difference. Newer Epson’s like my P800 under Mac OS no longer even provide the option.

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    Good to know. Thanks, Andrew.

    David
    Website and blog: www.DavidEckelsPhotography.com

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