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Output Factory for InDesign Now Can Add Serial Numbers to File Names

Monday, July 20, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

Zevrix Solutions today announces the release of Output Factory 1.5.32, a feature update to its solution to automate printing, exporting and preflighting from Adobe InDesign. Output Factory lets printers, ad agencies and publishing houses worldwide automate and simplify their output workflow and easily repurpose InDesign files for the web and mobile devices.

The new version lets users add sequential serial numbers to the variable names of exported output files. The starting serial number and the desired number of leading zeros can be specified in interactive text tokens which users can simply drag into variable file name field. In addition, Output Factory can includes tokens for page number, version layer, current date, user name and other variable data.

"Output Factory is now a tool in our arsenal we couldn't do without," says Tony Rose, Vice President of Creative Services at Flynn Wright ad agency in Des Moines, Iowa. "Within the first day of use we realized its potential and have incorporated it into several of our workflows. Great product!"

With Output Factory users only need to select InDesign files, adjust workflow settings, and the software will do the rest automatically. The program supports printing as well as exporting to PDF, PostScript, EPS, Flash, INX, IDML, EPUB, HTML and several image formats. It offers the following key features:

* Batch print and export InDesign files
* Export as single pages
* Layer versioning: output layer combinations as single files
* Output to several formats at once
* Variable output file names
* Automatic preflight and error handling
* Detailed output history


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