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Dynagram launches DynaStrip 4.4

Monday, June 06, 2005

Press release from the issuing company

June 6th, 2005 - Quebec, Canada - Dynagram, world leader in digital imposition technology, launched today DynaStrip 4.4, the latest version of the new standard in imposition.   DynaStrip 4.4 boasts compatibility with OS X Tiger, Apple’s most advanced operating system yet, enabling Mac aficionados to benefit from the latest features Tiger has to offer in conjunction with their preferred imposition solution. DynaStrip 4.4 also supports Adobe Acrobat 7, Adobe InDesign CS, Adobe Illustrator CS, QuarkXpress 6.5, as well as other application versions. Incorporating advanced enhancements to its Preps template import function, DynaStrip 4.4 gives prepress departments the freedom to benefit from sophisticated imposition technology while remaining with their preferred workflow provider. Users can now import all signature types as well as most Preps marks and objects. An added benefit: DynaStrip 4.4 can also import Preps templates generated from Creo’s Synapse Upfront. DynaStrip 4.4 now also supports SMB file services network protocols, allowing users to benefit from increased speed and performance of their preferred workflows. Other enhancements to the latest version of DynaStrip include vertical creep options, improved tumble pagination for perfecting presses and customizable job names for PJTF or JDF output. “A new era in imposition has begun,” said Tracey-Lee Batsford, General Manager for Dynagram Prepress Solutions. “Prepress professionals need not be chained down to a specific manufacturer in order to benefit from sophisticated imposition capabilities. They have the freedom to choose any workflow, equipment and consumable provider they prefer, without the worry of proprietary integration of their imposition solution. With DynaStrip 4.4, printers are the sole masters of their production environments.”

 

 

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