PitStop Server 13 is the indispensable smart preflight and auto-correction tool for high-volume and unattended PDF workflows. Preflight and correction can optionally be driven by job specific information contained in JDF or XML job tickets. Specific problems can be easily and automatically fixed using the powerful Action List.
This webinar answers the question on which technology is best suited for which use-case. After a (high-level) review of each solution, the pros and contras of automation using these different technologies are summarized so that you can take an informed …
On June 18 David van Driessche held an English webinar focusing on how to use pdfToolbox Server in more advanced ways – knowing how pdfToolbox Server works with hot folders is a prerequisite. It might be a good idea to watch these former webinars about …
Fogra’s “ISO News 17” provides detailed information about the meetings of ISO TC 130 (the ISO technical committees on “Graphic technology”) in London in March 2014. PDF related work items play a substantial role latest developments on PDF/Live for variable data printing, PDF/X-next, black point compensation, metadata in proofing workflows, colour data exchange using XML (CxF) are reported. Fogra’s “ISO News” series can be downloaded free of charge as a PDF or EPUB.
As a quality standard for universally accessible PDF documents aimed at both software developers and document creators, PDF/UA serves as a clear basic requirement for everyone involved in PDF creation.
The PDF Association will hold a seminar on the subject of archiving with PDF/A on the 12th of June 2012 in Frankfurt am Main. The intended audience includes technical specialists, project managers and executives from the administrative and IT departments of businesses and public bodies, as well as business consultants, software houses and systems integrators.
An organization found it necessary to consolidate several archives from a number of sources and used PDF/A as a unifying storage format. The individual archives contained a number of different types of data: customer records, invoices, credit and delivery notes, personnel records and executive documents. Read on to see how LuraTech solved their archiving problems.