Large Format Printing The Smart Way
02 Step and Repeat
This is where all submitted jobs are managed and processed for output to the connected printer. It includes all the features and functionalities of a high end print server. All incoming jobs are checked against the currently loaded media size and type. Any mismatch detected such as the wrong media type will automatically hold the corresponding jobs till the right media type is loaded. Similarly if an incoming job cannot be fitted to the current media size then it will also be held till the right roll size is loaded. Jobs that are sent for automatic nesting on the same media are efficiently grouped and nested together. Nested jobs can be examined and manually edited if required.
04 Colour Correction
Live and accurate preview of colour filters as applied to selected images. Utilise the comprehensive list of colour editing features available here to visually alter and enhance images. Any correction made are applied to the selected images as would be when actually printing them and all previews are colour managed to show the colour alterations faithfully. Special filters can be applied to images for specific effects such as sepia and grey scale. Other options available here include simulation of other printing processes for proofing or production purposes. All primary and secondary colours within images can be maintained as original colour mix if needed. Overprint settings in the original file can be applied or switched off.
06 Job Presets
Save all the job parameters under a user-defined preset name that can then be applied to all the selected images easily and quickly. This extremely useful feature enables users to apply a number of settings to images in a batch mode ensuring that repetitive print jobs are accurately and quickly setup ready for production. These settings include job sizing, colour edits, print marks, mirroring and flipping, quantity and many others. Presets can be created, edited and removed by users as needed.
08 Automatic Alignment
All possible alignments with respect to other objects and page are indicated by the system to ease the positioning of images on the layout. This also applies to images while being resized as well as highlighting any matching gaps between adjacent objects. All current alignments can be shown if required to confirm the layout.