In order to effectively use the color separation Magic Buttons plugin, you must first understand its functions and capabilities. In this section, we will tell in order about all the color separation tools that Magic Buttons has.
Due to the fact that the audience of users of the plugin is multinational, and not everyone knows English properly (and especially Russian), we decided to focus on the visual component. There is no voice-over in the video, all explanations are given in text form. So that anyone can translate with the help of an online translator, even if he doesn’t understand what is at stake.
The theme of color separation is not the simplest, and in order not to complicate it further, we tried to present everything as simple as possible, and without delving into the terminology.
Under some videos will be attached links to download files, which were discussed in the video. For the fact that you could repeat all the manipulations with the file and come to a predictable result.
Also, you can use Magic Buttons tutorial, where the basic principles of working with a plugin are outlined in steps and in general terms. We recommend that you download the archive in which there are sample files that are discussed in the Guide.
Each user of the Magic Buttons plugin is strongly recommended to carefully read all the chapters in this section, watch all videos, and download and prepare all the test files for color separation.
- Basic colors & Levels
- Editing colors
- Opacity & Pantone
- Gray works
- Sequence of colors
- Additional colors
- Color settings
- Color separation without black ink
- Note! To simplify the perception in some videos and files, the final adjustment and retouching of the images was not made. All files in the links contain exactly the image, and it is at the processing level that is shown in the video.