I know that this thread is old but I worked on MAC OX and I did not buy Turboprint. Now I am ready to move my photo processing completely on Linux and I'd like to buy a license.
You mentioned in another post that ColorMunki does not handle CMYK profiles:
but, I have ColorMunkiDesign and as you can read at the link posted below, that it actually can handle CMYK profiles, if I understand correctly:zedonet wrote:
... You can use TurboPrint Pro for this purpose. TurboPrint Pro is limited to "RGB" ICC printer profiles. However, this is not a real limitation as ColorMunki can only create RGB profiles. TurboPrint Studio can do CMYK printing (also referred to as "CMYK proof mode") and can import aditional ICC document color spaces.
http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/5 ... ement.html
I have good/decent photo tools, but I am still a hobbist and not a pro, and I 'd like an honest advice whether I should/need to buy the Studio version or the Pro will be enough. I am calibrating both the display and the printer and deal with several ICCs but I don't print larger than A3+. Furthermore, my understanding is that consumer printers (including my Canon pixma 9000 MK II) although they print in CMYK they are in fact RGB devices. I looked at ICC profiles for my printer given my paper manufactured and they are all in the RGB color space.
As I am not a specialist in this field I would appreciate an honest advice whether in my case a Turboprint Studio version would bring me any benefits over a Pro version. My opinion is that I don't need the extra features, but if there are any good reasons for buying it please give me some examples and I will buy the Studio version.