[clug-talk] CMYK on Linux?
grahadan at gmail.com
Mon Feb 9 18:07:11 PST 2009
I think both Xara LX and Scibus have some CMYK support but I could not
say for sure. Krita has the ability to convert images with at least 8
and 16 bit integer/channel CMYK support.
Hope thats the fix ;-)
All the best, Dan
On Mon, Feb 9, 2009 at 5:53 PM, Shawn Grover <sgrover at open2space.com> wrote:
> I have a graphic set up to go into a magazine. It was created with
> Inkscape. The mag needs the artwork in CMYK format. Turns out Inkscape
> (the current version) does not support CMYK. So I tried to open it in GIMP,
> and no luck there either.
> Has anyone done CMYK based graphics with Linux? Will I need to find someone
> with Photoshop? If you DO have experience with this on Linux, can you post
> some links/details? If it helps, I'm on a Kubuntu 8.10 box.
> Thanks in advance.
> (ps, I have done some google search, but don't want to mis-direct any
> efforts by referencing what I've found thus far - and my efforts there still
> are not working either...)
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