Under Color Removal (UCR) Glossary Term
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Under Color Removal (UCR)
The technique of reducing the cyan, magenta and yellow ink in the darkest neutral areas of the image reproduction and replacing them with a controlled amount of black. The image reproduction will appear normal but will use less ink, the shadows will have more detail, and trapping will be improved.

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