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Inedit launches nT Masquerade software for textiles

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Nov '19
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Pic: Inedit
Inedit has launched nT Masquerade, a high-specialised software to separate colours on printing design. The software is an addition to neoTextil, the pack of textile design plug-ins for Adobe Photoshop for textile design professionals. Inedit, headquartered in Spain, is a company specialised in the development of software for textile design and printing.

The new software, nT Masquerade, will allow RGB images to be separated into multichannel files quickly and easily. With a single click, we can select the colour we want to separate and automatically create a new channel. With the separate image, it will be much easier to create different colours in less than a minute, the company said in a press release.

In addition, nT Masquerade specialises in complex designs such as aquarelles, gradients, and pictures. Furthermore, we can see the results at the moment, organise the colours in different groups, and re-colour the channels instantly. Finally, we can export our results as a hybrid design, a multichannel file, or a single colouring file.

Fibre2Fashion News Desk (GK)


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