 
     
CMYK Halftone 


The CMYK Halftone effect creates a color, halftoned rendition of the source image, using cyan, magenta, yellow, and black inks over a white page.
Inputs
• Center: The origin of the halftone dot screens
• Width: A number that specifies the size of the halftone dot screens in working space. The default value is 6. The range is 2.0 through 100.0.
• Angle: The base angle for all the dot screens. The default value is 0.0. The range is 180 through 180 degrees. The cyan dot screen is at the base angle plus 75 degrees. The magenta dot screen is at the base angle plus 15 degrees. The yellow dot screen is at the base angle. The black dot screen is at the base angle plus 45 degrees.
• Sharpness: A number
• Gray Component: The amount of color in the cyan, magenta, and yellow channels that's used to compute the black channel. The CICMYKHalftone filter uses a skeleton black. The default value is 1.0. The range is 0.0 through 1.0. 

• Under Color Removal: The amount of the black channel that gets removed from the cyan, magenta, and yellow channels. The default value is 0.5. The range is 0.0 through 1.0. 
 



