Direct Digital Color Proof (DDCP) Glossary Term
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Direct Digital Color Proof (DDCP)
A color proof made directly from a digital file without having to produce film. The digital data goes directly to the device producing the proof, such as a ink jet printer, laser printer or photographic exposure.

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