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Discussion in 'Community' started by settledown, May 3, 2005.
What is this? It is only visible when that particular printer is chosen.
Hmm, how do you explain a Fiery. I've only used the phrase as a noun, as in "The black and White Printer, and the Fiery." But essentially its a really nice color printer, well, software that runs a really nice color printer. It calibrates CMYK and whatnot so that your prints turn out great. But again, I've only ever used the term as a noun, like at design school, when you're ready to print out your finals, you print to the fiery, and then go pay for them. Thats a long explanation, and still doesn't tell you exactly what Fiery notes are, but I'm sure you can guess now
If someone has a better, more techinical explanation, feel free.
I think a Fiery is a type of RIP for printing. Typically they are pretty fast and can do a much more efficient job than a regular printer's RIP. For some reason I think it invlolves having its own hard drive, too. So you can manage some printing options straight from the Fiery, or you can pull up previously printed items and re-print them without having to go back to the computer and using the application to print.
Thats my experience with Fiery. May not be totally technically correct in my descriptions, though.