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Moab Support Forum > List of Pixma Pro 10 profiles?

Today I just started working through a Moab sample pack on my Pixma Pro 10. I downloaded all the icc profiles that match the paper on the pack, but I'm seeing multiple profiles that I can't diagnose, for example:
Some searching indicates that MPP refers to matte papers, but what does OFAP stand for, and is there a single list of which profiles correspond to each paper? Thank you.

May 9, 2019 | Unregistered CommenterAlan

For our Entrada papers we offer two profiles, as you have discovered. The profile ending MPP is created for the sheet feeder, and is best for cut sheets smaller than 8x10, and Entrada 190. The profile ending OFAP is for the manual feed, and media setting of Other Fine Art Paper 1. This is best for Entrada 300, and also gives a darker black than MPP. The trade-off is that OFAP requires 30mm margins, so you can’t print borderless.

May 14, 2019 | Unregistered CommenterMoab Paper Support