News By Tag
News By Location
Zevrix Releases PDF Checkpoint 1.3, Automates Preflight Workflow
Zevrix Solutions announces PDF Checkpoint 1.3, a feature update to its PDF preflight and conversion solution. Remarkably fast, PDF Checkpoint automatically preflights, exports as images, splits, optimizes and reduces size of multiple PDF files.
The new version adds an option to route PDF files to success and error locations after preflighting automatically, as well as create preflight reports. It helps users simplify and streamline their PDF workflow by making preflighting, routing and report creation a one-step action.
PDF Checkpoint is designed to help graphic designers, ad agencies, prepress houses and printers, and offers the following key solutions and benefits:
-Process batches of PDF files with a simple drag-and-drop.
-Quickly preflight PDF for common problems using preflight profiles.
-View all PDF fonts, colors, images and metadata at a glance.
-Route files into success/error folders according to preflight results.
-Split files into single page PDFs.
-Export PDF as TIFF, JPEG and other image formats and specify output resolution, color and page scale.
For example, users can preflight a folder of PDF files and convert successful ones to CMYK TIFF images at resolution 300 dpi while scaling each page by 50%. Or optimize documents for the web and reduce PDF file size dramatically by downsampling images to 72 dpi.
Pricing and availability:
PDF Checkpoint 1.3 can be purchased from the Zevrix Solutions web site, www.zevrix.com, for US$59.95, as well as from authorized resellers. PDF Checkpoint is currently bundled with free Graphic Inspector ($39.95). Trial is also available for download. PDF Checkpoint is available for Mac OS X 10.4.2-10.6 as a Universal Binary.
# # #
About Zevrix Solutions:
Located in Toronto, Canada, Zevrix Solutions provides automation and productivity solutions for Adobe Creative Suite, graphic file and PDF diagnostics on Mac OS. Zevrix is dedicated to help professionals increase their profits and cut production costs.