neoMatch is one of Inèdit Software's programs that calculates the Lab deviation values between prints.
The main uses for neoMatch are:
- Calibrate Color Libraries. From measurements obtained with the spectrophotometer X-Rite i1Pro or other text file imported references, this software generates Lab values of your Color libraries, or other standard ones like Pantone®. When printing, neoMatch calculates the difference of the Lab values and automatically proposes modified references to achieve equal colors. This trial-and-error process produces most accurate results within a profile's gamut generated in neoStampa, in 2 or 3 times maximum. It also offers information about colors that will never have a precise printed reproduction.
- Delta Checker. It grants the possibility of printing a predetermined combination of colors although a customized selection is also a choice, to check whether a calibration is done correctly. DeltaE is a value that indicates the degree of deviation between two readings. This tool is also used to know if a calibration serves for different media. Another function of the DeltaChecker is to control finishing processes such as washing or steaming. The measurements provided before and after each process allow to detect those areas where there might be imperfections.
- Generate New Libraries within a profile. The program advances a series of parameters to generate a color library, which include all the colors from an RGB profile. 10,000 colors can be produced in 5 seconds.