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Exportprobleme von RGB nach CMYK

Community Beginner ,
Mar 03, 2024 Mar 03, 2024

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Folgendes Problem habe ich neuerdiengs mit Photoshop 2024: Ich öffne ein RGB Bild in Photoshop und ändere die Größe, DPI Zahl etc. Auch den Farbraum stelle ich von RGB auf CMYK über "Modus" (wobei das Problem auch besteht, wenn ich von vornherein eine CMYK Datei erstelle). Das Bild möchte ich nun über "Datei" > "Exportieren" abspeichern (im "Speichern unter" bietet sich mir nur die Speicherung als .psd) und bemerke, dass das Bild nach dem speichern keine Änderung übernommen hat. Der Farbraum ist wieder als RGB, die DPI eine völlig andere als eingestellt etc. Öffne ich dieses "neue Bild" noch einmal und stelle wieder alles um mit CMYK und speichere dann mit cmd s, dann ist alles so wie ich es ursprünglich haben wollte. Ich muss also immer diesen doppelten Schritt machen und bin völlig ratlos, worin der Fehler liegen könnte. 

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Mar 03, 2024 Mar 03, 2024

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Export is intended for web/screen/mobile devices. It does not support CMYK.

 

It also strips the ppi number from the file - for the same reason: it doesn't apply for the intended use.

 

For print you need to "Save". If the file has properties that are not supported in the target file format, you need to "Save a Copy" which will remove those properties and save out a copy of the original.

 

The jpeg file format does not support 16 bit depth, layers of any kind, transparency or alpha channels.

 

It also needs to be said that CMYK is more specific than that. You absolutely need to know which CMYK profile to convert to, and you need to ask the printer for that. If you just use Image > Mode, you get whatever is set as your working CMYK, which most likely will not be the correct one! The Photoshop default just happens to be US Web Coated (SWOP), which is not used and not valid anywhere outside the Americas.

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Mar 11, 2024 Mar 11, 2024

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@Renata Pasik like @D Fosse I recommend testing "save as" rather than export. Make sure 'embed profile' is checked. You may need to check "Enable legacy Save As" in file handling Preferences

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I hope this helps
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