Definition: Desktop Color Separation: a file format which consists of PostSript files of each of the CMYK separations at high resolution with a fifth, low-resolution Encapsulated PostSript (EPS) file used for positioning and proofing. * DCS version 2 allows for more files e.g. to allow use of a fifth, or spot, colour.

Related Terms: EPS, CMYK

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