CMYK output can be achieved via several methods:

  1. DocRaptor supports CSS CMYK colors and CMYK images. If you use CMYK colors and images, you will have print-ready document published.
  2. The document will be converted to CMYK if you set prince_options[profile] to PDF/X-1a . Converting to CMYK is one of several document changes/requirements of a PDF/X-1a document. More details are available on our PDF partner's website.
  3. It is also possible to define a color space for your document with CSS such as:
@prince-pdf {
    prince-pdf-output-intent: url("ISOcoated_v2_eci.icc")

More details on DocRaptor's color management functionality are available on Prince's, our PDF engine partner, website.

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