Apple released a new version of its ColorSync color matching software, available for download both from Apple’s
Web site and via the Software Update control panel software used by Mac OS 9.
ColorSync is an Apple-developed technology that enables software applications to maintain consistent color matching throughout the entire workflow process, from input to editing to output. Utilized by many leading imaging and output applications and increasingly adopted by publishers, pre-press houses, graphic design firms and other companies, ColorSync helps assure Mac user that what they see on the screen is as close as possible to what they’ll see on paper.
Apple does not specify what in the version 3.0.3 release has changed, but the Software Update control panel notes that the update sports new versions of the ColorSync control panel, the ColorSync extension, the Default Calibrator, Profile First Aid and the ColorSync profiles. The new version download is about 4.4MB.
To download the new version of ColorSync, either use your Software Updates control panel or visit the Software Updates Web site at the link above. For more general information about ColorSync and how it works, please visit the Apple
ColorSync Web site.