PDF3D adds viewer capture feature for 3D PDF publishing

April 12, 2007


Visual Technology Services has upgraded its PDF3D technology which now gives users the ability to integrate and capture 3D screens for AVS/Express users.

The added capture capability empowers 3D publishing for users of Adobe PDF Reader and Adobe Acrobat. By integrating the PDF3D SD toolkit users can directly publish documents containing 3D PDF interactive content.

Steve Sukman, Exec. VP of Advanced Visual Systems said the upgrade gives AVS/Express users increased flexibility for technical report publishing and boosts the content sharing capabilities as well.

"With the new PDF3D capture pathway, our users who adopt PDF3D can now publish freely distributable trusted PDF documents containing interactive samples of their results," noted Sukman.

PDF3D is a division of Visual Technology Services Ltd., and more information on the latest upgrade can be found at the company web site here.

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