Sync color settings across Adobe apps using the Adobe Bridge app. This app is included as part of Adobe Creative Cloud. After starting Adobe Bridge, please use the “Color Settings” screen.
If your organization uses multiple Adobe Creative Cloud apps, you should synchronize color settings across the apps to maintain consistent colors that align with your company’s brand. Method is as follows.
Why you should sync your color settings
If you’re a freelancer working on a one-off project for a client, you may not need to sync your entire suite of Adobe apps. However, if you work for a company, it is imperative that you do so.
Regardless of how long you’ve been with a company, it can be very difficult to “see” colors correctly. Many things go into a color palette, including primary colors, secondary colors, and tertiary colors. All of these colors serve unique functions for corporate brands, such as helping people quickly identify their signature look.
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Using the wrong colors, even if they are slightly off, can cause problems and confusion. If you have color settings in Adobe Photoshop and need to do some work in InDesign, it’s easy to run into problems if colors aren’t synced between apps.
In addition, colors appear differently depending on the medium in which the design is displayed, such as on screen or in newspapers. For color consistency, you can sync color settings across Adobe apps.
Synchronize color settings using Adobe Bridge
To sync color settings between Adobe apps, open Bridge. Bridge is an Adobe app that comes with Adobe Creative Cloud that lets you centralize assets across platforms. You can launch the app and open Bridge the usual way, or you can open it from another Adobe app. This includes[ファイル]Click and from the drop-down menu[Bridge で参照]Choose.
In Bridge, on the menu bar[編集]at the bottom of the drop-down menu, click[カラー設定]Choose.
A color setting window appears. The five most common settings (for North America) are:
- monitor color: For content that appears in a video or on-screen presentation.
- North America General Purpose 2: for screen and printing.
- North American newspaper: For standard newspaper press conditions.
- North America Prepress 2: For general printing conditions.
- North America Web/Internet: For content displayed on the web.
Note that different settings will appear depending on your location. choose the best settings and[適用]Click.
Color settings are now synced across all Adobe apps, keeping colors clear, crisp and consistent.
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