PDF has been widely accepted as the industrial standard recently, and is one of the most popular document formats on Internet other than HTML. There are tons of PDF documents today for all kinds of electronic publishing. Like printed books, PDF documents (files) contain all layout formatting, fonts, and graphics of the original document.
We believe that the major reasons for such popularity is the smooth integration with traditional viewing and printing behavior.
Self sustained, Compact, Open format
Page Oriented Browsing
Logical Extension to DTP Software.
Smooth Transition to Offset Printing
Today, PDF document could be easily generated by most applications. PDF enjoy the same page reading pattern as hardcopy books - no extra concept is introduced, and PDF can be displayed and printed anywhere in the world.
Inherited from our Z2 PostScript(TM) RIP, DocuCom PDF RIP is targeting the PDF Direct Print market segment by providing fully functional and up-to-date PDF parser, rendering engine, and rasterizers for various font formats.
DocuCom PDF RIP (DocuRIP) is similar to DocuCom PDF Reader without user interface, and is base on DocuCom PDF Core Library to support PDF rendering on various devices. Although several abstract model, such as RGB, CMYK, and Gray are implemented in DocuRIP, each output device might still need it's own profile (capabilities). Therefore, extra efforts are required for each printer target.
Proven., extensible PDF parser for alphabetic and DBCS documents.
High-speed and portable PDF rendering engine.
Rasterizer for Type1, Type2 (CFF, CID), Type3, and TrueType fonts.
OK, so you want to stamp your document. Maybe you need to give reviewers some advice about the document's status or sensitivity. This tip from author Ted Padova demonstrates how to add stamps with the Stamp Tool along with related comments.