Latest RealTimeProof P3Personal Proofing Publisher Software Now Available
Press release from the issuing company
London, December 17th, 2001 - RealTimeImage Inc., the leading technology provider for the industry's major remote proofing solutions, today announced that the latest version of its P3 ˆ Personal Proofing Publisher for Macintosh -- application is now available and can be downloaded free from the RealTimeProof web site: www.realtimeproof.com
New RealTimeProof P3 version 4.0 features enhancements designed to further streamline the process for online proofing. Among the new P3 features is the ability for users to print any native format file - Quark, Photoshop PSD, Illustrator, etc. - directly from the Macintosh Chooser to the RealTimeProof server workspace. By wrapping everything up into a PostScript file before moving it to the server, P3 streamlines processing to effectively eliminate errors such as incompatible fonts, formats, bitmaps, graphics, etc.
Since RTP already supports the largest number of standard graphics file formats, this development move extends RTP's lead in serving graphics professionals.
"RealTimeProof and P3 offer even more functionality for the graphic arts intensive user. By eliminating another processing step we reduce the possibility of errors as well as offer another level of efficiency," said Chris Gulker, Vice President, Marketing Graphic Arts at RealTimeImage.
Powerful Web-Based Proofing Service
RealTimeProof.com is the first one-stop, collaborative online approval service providing Graphic Arts professionals unsurpassed imaging quality and workflow-management capabilities for remote soft- and hard-proofing.
Participants can manage their entire proofing workflow through any web-enabled Mac or PC, without any additional IT infrastructure. This makes RealTimeProof.com ideal for Graphic Arts professionals who prefer not to invest time or money in systems integration.
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