Hybrid Trapping

In digital prepress, a means of ensuring the registration of multi-color images performed on digital systems in which vector-based graphics are rasterized (or converted to bit maps), analyzed for potential trapping problems, and new objects are added to the original file where needed. Hybrid trapping is a combination of vector trapping and raster trapping. See Trapping.

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