SimRip 3 Quick Start Guide
Find the read-me txt file in the download for complete installation instructions.
The Script should be installed in Adobe Photoshop's® Scripts folder for best results.
Copy the entire pspscripts folder, containing the SimRip3.jsx file, to the applications scripts folder:
~ /Adobe Photoshop/presets/scripts
SimRip is a Halftone converter for Adobe Photoshop. The SimRip script converts the gray values in a color channel to halftone ellipses, Dots or lines, within Adobe Photoshop. The resulting halftones can be printed to film, or the imaging device of your choice, with or without a Rip. SimRip3 runs in Adobe Photoshop CS3 through CC.
Copy the entire pspscripts folder, located in the download, to Adobe Photoshops scripts folder
(If a pspscripts folder already exists copy only the contents to the existing folder) Located in:
(Windows) Program Files folder: ~ Adobe Photoshop/presets/scripts
(Mac) Applications folder: ~ Adobe Photoshop/presets/scripts
In the Downloads folder, double click on the SimRip.atn file to install the Action into Photoshop. In the Action window menu, set the window to Button Mode.
SimRip will operate on any document you put into it, however, it is best to start with an Adobe Photoshop color
separation document, in CMYK or Multichannel mode. SimRip always outputs a Multichannel document.
Start with an open Adobe Photoshop document, in RGB mode, containing a single layer on a transparent background.
Click on the SimRip3 button in the Actions window, if installed.
Selecting the script prepares a new document and opens the SimRip3 window.
See Creating Halftones with SimRip 3.