This creative tool can be accessed via Adobe Photoshop (not included) and allows users to easily create gallery wrap prints for framing, as well as creative options that will expand output possibilities.
Crop Marks: These lines are a guide for folding the paper for mounting.
Edge Lines: The area outside these lines is the area that gets folded around to the back of the canvas. (Not actually displayed or printed)
Blue Lines: The area within these lines is the area that appears on the front surface of the canvas when mounted. (not actually printed)
Canvas Thickness: This area becomes the sides of the canvas when mounted.Amount of extension- This is the region that is printed protruding excessively in order to prevent white areas appearing on the sides of the canvas.
You can choose the effect you would like on the canvas that would be wrapped on the frame.
Image: Wraps the image to the canvas sides.
Soft Image:Performs Gaussian filtering on the image on the canvas sides.
Reflection:Reflects the image on the canvas sides.
Soft Reflection: Reflects the image on the canvas sides and performs Gaussian filtering.
White, Black or Color Makes the canvas sides white, Black or a custom color
1. For imagePROGRAF Printer Driver. For printing from PostScript applications such as Adobe Illustrator or QuarkXpress, please use a PostScript compatible RIP package. For a list of Canon recommended RIP packages, please consult with Canon Alliance and Industry Market list of RIP vendors. 2. The maximum printable length varies depending on the application, OS, and RIP used † † You must open a Google Cloud account to take advantage of the cloud functionality. Storage capacity and any pricing thereof is based on Google's current offering and is at Google's discretion. Your Google Cloud account is subject to Google's terms and conditions, which is subject to change at Google's discretion. Neither Canon, Inc., nor Canon U.S.A., Inc. represents or warrants any third party product, service or feature referenced hereunder.