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Archiving email into PDF containers: A Mellon Foundation project

What are the essential characteristics and optimal functional requirements of email messages and necessary related information in a PDF technology-based archive? This project sets out …

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A Visual-Meta Approach

The Visual-Meta approach take the metadata out of of the document internals and presents it as an appendix at the end of the document, allowing the reader software to parse the content of the document and to provide interactions such …



iText launches iText DITO, a powerful template engine that converts data into iText-quality PDFs

iText Group NV today announced the launch of iText DITO, the newest addition to their award-winning software offerings



Why the need to redact implies using PDF

How do you redact content in HTML? The format doesn’t really include that concept. In both principle and practice, committing to a rendering is definitive; final, portable and generic; it’s what the use case demands. Redaction demands PDF.



SVG font issues in prepress production – and what that has to do with recent ISO meetings

We recently heard about many prepress production problems related to SVG fonts used in the layouts. In this blogpost, you’ll read what causes these issues, how you can resolve them and what it has to do with our recent ISO …



New features for labels and packaging in latest Harlequin release

Cambridge, UK, 9 May 2019: The latest update to the Harlequin RIP®, Version 12.1, the print engine that drives the industry’s highest performing digital presses, is announced today by developers Global Graphics Software. Harlequin Version 12.1 introduces additional features for …



Powerful coexistence of AFP and PDF

The question of data exchange between print data creators and processors has been answered with PDF for the entire graphic arts industry … wait … there is actually one industry, the customer communication management (that we Germans call “output management”), …



ActivePDF Announces Major Performance-Enhancing Release of Xtractor 9.1.0

“The major release of Xtractor 9.1.0 is very exciting for us at ActivePDF because all of these upgrades and additions come directly from customer feedback.” ~ Tim Sullivan, ActivePDF Chief Architect and CEO



Roland DG adds PDF 2.0 compatibility to wide format devices

Roland DG’s RIP and Print Management Software “VersaWorks 6” Upgrade Launched Cambridge, 6th March 2019: The latest Harlequin® RIP OEM to offer upgrades compatible with the ISO PDF 2.0 standard is Roland DG with its VersaWorks 6 RIP and print management …



PDF 2.0 compatible solutions roll out to print service providers

Cambridge, 26th September 2018: New workflows and Digital Front Ends compatible with the ISO PDF 2.0 standard are rolling out to print service providers as Harlequin® RIP OEMs gear up to future-proof their systems to process PDF 2.0 files. Latest out of …



New Harlequin RIP introduces PDF 2.0

Cambridge, 10th April 2018: A major new release of the Harlequin RIP®, the print engine that drives the industry’s highest performing digital presses, is launched today by developers Global Graphics Software.  It is the first major PDF RIP for production …



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