Is there color proofing in Imerge Pro?

AMSalazar Posts: 2 Just Starting Out*

Hey y'all

I'm very new to Imerge Pro and still learning the basics. A friend and I are trying to make designs for T-shirts and jackets, but we're having issues. The colors that we edit on the application are not looking the same when printed out. We found out that a way to make sure the colors match when printing is a process called color proofing, but the only examples given are for applications like Photoshop. Is there an option for color proofing images before printing or is there any other process to make sure the prints come out accurate?