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pdfAutoOptimizer

by Callas Software

Platform(s): Win Windows 2000 Windows XP Windows 2003 Windows Vista
License: Commercial

Application type: Plug-in
Categories:
Prepress, Print & PDF/X
Editing & Management

Features

While PDF/X industry standards have made file exchange more reliable, especially in the graphic arts industry, they have also eliminated some of the device independent advantages of PDF, most notably through live transparency. callas pdfAutoOptimizer uses Adobe® Acrobat® 8 Professional’s robust mechanisms to implement hotfolder-based automation of PDF optimization, including transparency flattening. Now designers and publishers can work with a PDF digital master in their workflow and optimize versions for different media, while printers can also benefit from callas pdfAutoOptimizer’s advanced features to produce PDF files that will output reliably at a fraction of the cost of replacing equipment.

Benefits & Key Features

  • Highest quality live transparency flattening using Adobe’s core technologies
  • Setting of blend color space used for transparency flattening
  • Powerful color control, allowing removal of ICC profiles introduced during flattening
  • Make PDFs compliant with PDF/X standard and get files ready for GWG recommendations
  • Automate functions of Adobe Acrobat 8 Professional’s PDF Optimizer tool, including image optimization, file size reduction and removal of unneeded elements

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