|Express RIP (Full Version)-Features & Benefits|
Features & Benefits
Support wide range of input files
PostScript® Language Level 1, 2 and 3 specifications, native support for PDF 1.7 through to PDF 1.0, also PDF/X-1a, PDF/X-3 and PDF/ X- 4, TIFFT 6, TIFF-IT/P1 (optional), XPS v.1.0, HD Photo, JPEG, GIF, DCS 1, DCS 2, EPS, JBIG2, and JDF 1.1a, 1.2 , 1.3 (optional).
Comprehensive range of output devices supported
Supports over 200 output devices such as filmsetters, platesetters, large format inkjet plotters and laser printers from major manufacturers
Preview page before printing
Able to preview jobs before printing saving time and media wastage. Separations can be viewed individually or together in full colour.
Choice of vector and raster based in-RIP trapping options to automatically trap PostScript and PDF files as they are ripped.
Express RIP v7 provides excellent colour control to ensure consistent, accurate and predictable colour reproduction. Users can create ICC profiles using ColorPro or can use pre-configured ICC profile plug-ins that Compose has developed for a variety of devices.
The CIP3 plug-in produces Print Production File (PPF) files in-RIP. This optional plug-in allows Express RIP users to generate press-specific ink key data automatically from ripped files.
Supports TIFF/IT input file format widely used in the delivery of electronic content in magazine and newspaper publishing.
Optional output device plug-ins enable Compose's Express RIP to drive both imagesetter or platesetter simultaneously with a proofing device.