Built on the industry-standard Enfocus preflight engine, Pitstop Server 09 checks all aspects of PDF files and detects missing or corrupt fonts, incorrect colors, objects without bleed, according to PS Australia.
Mark Riddiough, managing director of PS Australia says, “Print production environments can take the next step to a fully automated PDF workflow with Pitstop Server 09.”
He continues, “While it’s easy to imagine how preflighting can be automated using PitStop Server 09, the opportunities are much larger. Fixing common problems in PDF files, adjusting the colours of PDF files for a particular output device, adding stamps, watermarks or background templates, PitStop Server 09 automates all of those tasks.”
A true server application, PitStop Server 09 supports watched folders but can also be run using its command-line interface for closer integration, according to PS Australia.
The company continues that features and benefits of the Pitstop Server 09 include maximised automation, industry standards compliance, seamless integration as well as pricing and availability.
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