aurora – Header files for dvips to make colour separations
Offset printers need separate camera-ready copies for each ink they will use in printing a document. Aurora is a PostScript program for producing colour separates from a colour PostScript document. Aurora can be run from any type of computer, as it depends only on a black-and-white PostScript printer for its execution. It is capable of handling colour images as well as ordinary graphics, though image handling is very slow.
|Licenses||No Commercial Use|
|Copyright||1994 Graham Freeman|
|Maintainer||T. Graham Freeman|
Download the contents of this package in one zip archive (97.0k).
Maybe you are interested in the following packages as well.
- psmerge: Concatenate PostScript files
- mirr: PostScript mirror header (for dvips)
- t1utils: Simple Type 1 font manipulation programs
- t1tools: Facilities for handling Adobe Type 1 fonts