The only imposition software offering true client-server architecture and unlimited Mac or PC users at no extra cost for complete PDF and PS workflow.
Impostrip with unlimited users is based on a true client-server architecture that offers the flexibility to work with the same tools for the planning of the imposition and for the production of the plates. Impostrip helps reducing the total cost of prepress compared to multiple “seats” of other imposition solutions, while delivering the best high-end features and ease of use.
Unlimited users also means savings on annual software maintenance and upgrades; -Impostrip has the fastest indexing and printing technology allowing for plates to be produced faster and job to reach the press faster.
No need to move the files back and for the network, files stay on the server at all time while user works on Job description file.
Impostrip Hot Folder advanced automation offers highest level of efficiency to process large VDP files: print in reverse order, renaming of files or start print before all files are ready, thus leading to substantial savings; -Dynamic templates automation lets you drop files in the same folder independent of the bindery, the size of the pages or the size of the sheet, thus reducing greatly the number of template needed in a prepress department.
Unique interactive and very fast PS & PDF preview -Mix PostScript and PDF in same job, -PDF in/PDF out workflow without any further conversion; -The only imposition software to offer CIP3-PPF including cutting, folding and ink density data for CIP3 compatible systems; -Origami powerful on-screen virtual "dummy" folding for easy template creation for any sheetfed and multi-web work, sectioning etc. saves time and reduces learning curve; -Compatible with proprietary workflows PJTF and JDF -Unique colour bar creator for PDF workflow -Includes Full Plate, our stand-alone job ganging software.
Ganging loose pages with templates for output optimisation.
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