Checking a PDF file for the newspaper printing condition gives you the certainty that the CMYK separations in the file correspond to the newspaper printing condition, regardless of which output intent is embedded in the file. DocBees-ProfileTagger detects incorrect and missing profiles, and outputs a warning. The ISOnewspaper26v4 profile for newspaper printing was selected as the default setting. You can also specify your own output intent to be used for checking.
Example: You produce for newspaper printing, receive a file with an ISO Coated V2 profile as the output intent, and are at the same time informed that the image data have been prepared for newspaper printing. The output intent ISO Coated V2 for sheet-fed offset printing surprises you, and you want to be certain that the data comply with the specified newspaper printing process, regardless of the output intent. The printing condition check allows you to check that the data have been prepared correctly. – This is equally possible in the opposite case. You receive a file that has a newspaper profile (ISOnewspaper26v4) as the output intent, but you are not sure whether the data match the indicated output intent. Again, the printing condition check gives you certainty regarding whether the data can be produced by newspaper printing or, in the event of a deviation, need to be requested anew or converted before printing.