XPS

XPS

All the settings about XPS files available for USB Direct Print and Direct Print are listed with short descriptions. Default settings are marked with a dagger ().
Asterisks (*)
Settings marked with an asterisk (*) are not displayed depending on other settings or whether an optional SD card is installed on the machine.

Halftones

You can select the printing method to reproduce halftones (the intermediate range between the lighter and darker areas of an image). Halftones can be specified for each image data type in a single document.
Text
Resolution
Gradation
High Resolution
Graphics
Resolution
Gradation
High Resolution
Image
Resolution
Gradation
High Resolution

Grayscale Conversion

You can select the method to convert color pint data to black-and-white data. You can specify the conversion method for each image data type: <Text>, <Graphics>, and <Image>.
Text
sRGB
NTSC
Uniform RGB
Graphics
sRGB
NTSC
Uniform RGB
Image
sRGB
NTSC
Uniform RGB

Compressed Img Mode *

Specify how the machine should behave when the machine is running out of memory during XPS file printing.
Image Priority
Output Priority
You can specify this item when no SD card is used. If <SD Card> is set to <On>, the machine always operates with <Output Priority> selected (SD Card).

Compressed Img Outpt

If <Compressed Img Mode> is set to <Output Priority>, the quality may be reduced over time depending on image data. You can specify how the machine should behave if the quality is excessively reduced.
Output
Display Error
This setting is valid when <Compressed Img Mode> is set to <Output Priority> or <SD Card> (SD Card) is set to <On>.
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