The preflighting and auto-correction tool for high-volume and unattended PDF workflows, Pitstop Server 09 from Enfocus, has launched in Australia.
“Print production environments can take the next step to a fully automated PDF workflow with Pitstop Server 09,” said Pitstop Australia managing director Mark Riddiough.
Built on the industry-standard Enfocus preflight engine, the $4716 Pitstop Server 09 [time-limited trial version] checks PDF files to detect defects such as missing or corrupt fonts, incorrect colours and objects without bleed. Upgrades are $1225.00.
It supports watched folders and can run through a command-line interface for closer integration.
Features and benefits include:
- Industry standards PDF/X, the Ghent PDF Workgroup specifications with XML reports.
- Customisation through XML integration.
- Seamless integration with Enfocus Switch Users can download PDF files from FTP servers or email for preflight.
Also available is Pitstop Pro 09 ($1131, upgrades from $319), an Adobe Acrobat plug-in to check and fix PDF files in professional publishing environments.
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