AirPrint to technologia opracowana przez Apple, która umożliwia drukowanie do urządzeń marki Apple bez konieczności instalowania sterowników drukarki. Honeywell HRHD4Plus jest kompatybilny z AirPrint, więc można go łatwo używać z urządzeniami Apple, takimi jak iPhone, iPad lub Mac. Aby skonfigurować drukarkę Honeywell HRHD4Plus do AirPrint, należy:
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Glyn, just a complement mate. Your stuff is so very good. You're a generation ahead on Youtube of how the previous guys did tutorials. You don't have to ride a one-wheel all over town to make great content. Please keep going, I'm a fan.
Great video as always ... My thoughts on this are far more simple as why this is not targeted for photographers, both pro and amateur ...
Glyn, all noted and thanks, great "How-To". My printer, Epson SCP600 has wireless, wired (LAN) and wired (USB). I get the stripes (more often blocked nozzles or so I believed!) and connect wireless laptop to router, then via LAN to the printer. I am going to do some experiments printing the same file all three ways and see what I get, I'll let you know how i get on.
Great video and how appropriate this appears now! I do not have a sophisticated printer as I don't do a lot of printing. I use a wired Canon TS8300 series printer connected to an iMac. For the most part results are acceptable but recently I needed to make some changes to printing preferences. This is available in the Windows version of the driver but is not for Mac, why, because it uses Air print, there is no Canon driver for this printer, so even though usb wired it only uses Air Print. Only option seems to be to get a more sophisticated (expensive) printer. Canon make no mention of this limitation when selling this printer.
You can also download the canon utility software to install the correct drivers and using the printer wireless features, this bypass AirPrint. Although I still have some issues with colours on pixma pro100 but unsure if it’s from the display or the software I’m using (canon print studio)
Wow, Glyn this explains a lot!
Thanks for the AirPrint exposé! I've been going crackers with my Canon Pro-200 print quality after monitor calibration(s) not helping much if at all. But thanks to you I am now USB printing 100%, the print quality is much better. It took some trial and error and research to get AirPrint turned off. What did the trick was I found out how to: 1. Turn off the Bonjour / AirPrint via the printer controls / screen; and 2. Log into my printer via the IP address and clear the AirPrint check box (step 1 has to happen before being able to clear that check box, at least in my experience it was). Also your monitor calibration video a couple of weeks was also helpful.
I had no end of problems printing wirelessly from my MacPro to my Pro10s until I tried Printfab. (Why do they make life so difficult?) No probs now. Thanks for another informative video..... as ever
Well I'm glad I caught this. Not using a Mac, but will definitely go with the wired over Bluetooth. Bluetooth is so slow I'm guaranteed to have issues. Glad I caught this. I really hadn't thought of the latency, buffering issue. Thanks.
No issue re your comments about AirPrint. I do think you should include Ethernet, it too is a wired alternative. I use it with excellent results
OMG can’t believe what I’m seeing
Right! Don't use airprint for pics, but do listen to the Dubliners
I don't think apple ever intended for airprint to be used for high quality photo printing, that's why the said "output" and didn't clarify it. (Just playing devil's advocate there). Couple of questions about your paper brand Glyn:
Very much appreciated Glyn!
I am anxiously awaiting your printing course which will help me with my Canon Pixma Pro 100. I do not have a USB selection for my printer setup. Though I print with cable, the print seems to go through the WiFi. What I have is Canon Pro-100 Series XPS and a Conon Pro-100 Series. Is one of these the USB selection. I have tried both but see no difference. I also do not have the other settings you show in this video, similar to AirPlay. Is there something else I need to do? No matter what I do, I get green tints in my B&W's and my color prints seem flat. I use a printing service for competitions because I do not trust my printer.
I don't use apple, but funny enough only use a cable setup because I can't be bothered to get wireless to work... Wire always connects (usually). Wonder if there's a actual difference printing wirelessly with a PC but I'll never know. Lol...
Which printer are you using?
Ugh. You just reminded me that I made the mistake of buying a Canon G650 thinking I could use it for printing my invoices in the daytime but running off economical photo prints in my leisure time. I don't print enough to justify a Canon Pro series printer.
ive been having probs with this recently great video