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Qimage is a "printer utility" program----and for me, that's all it does is help me to print efficiently, tiling prints across media, keeps icc profiles and printer profiles in order and easily accessed.
Qimage keeps track of all my printer settings for the various media that I use and the corresponding icc profiles. That alone is worth the nominal price of admission. Pre-Qimage, I can't tell you how many times I mistakenly printed with the wrong settings when changing to different media. Waste of media. Waste of ink. An Epson conspiracy I tell you.... Qimage stopped that nonsense.
Qimage allows me to tile prints across the media, various sizes, all efficiently. I can set crop marks, file names in the corner, etc. I don't really depend on the interpolation portions of the program as I've generally always had ample resolution to work with.
Need to print long? Qimage gets rid of driver print length limitations. I've made prints in excess of twenty feet no problem. Remember the old CS issue (can't recall the version CS2?) and it messed up center printing on the media? Qimage solved that situation for me.
I'm running both a 9800 and a 4800. Qimage keeps both track of both printers for me. I don't use or need a RAW converter from Qimage---C1 Pro 6 handles that.
I'm very happy with Qimage Studio, but still sitting on the fence with regard to Qimage Ultimate.....
Ultimate claims to have a better "color management engine"---but I'm not convinced it would be any better than the Studio version with regard to output.