2002.09.19 15:25 "Re: Correct way of creating CMY TIFF file ?", by Dwight Kelly
Although you can make a CMY or CMYK tiff file, it probably **can't** be considered "standard" because there is no standard color space defined for CMY or CMYK.
You most certainly can create a standard CMYK TIFF file. It's described in the TIFF 6.0 specification.
PHOTOMETRIC = SEPARATED
SAMPLESPERPIXEL = 4
INKSET = CMYK (=1)
Matching colors is a different issue....
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