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SCP Releases reprocontrol 4.4 and Colorado 8.0

Monday, September 15, 2008

Press release from the issuing company

(September 14, 2008) SCP sees product development as an ongoing process, in that the quest for software perfection has no end. The latest releases include Service Pack 2 for reprocontrol.net 4.4, and state of the art Colorado 8.0, the showpiece of copy systems.

Service pack 2 of acclaimed reprocontrol.net 4.4 offers a more streamlined and smoother approach to workflow. A host of scanner and printer models are newly supported, the nesting feature has been improved, and the import and export of copy profiles has been refined. Users will be satisfied with the accentuated ease of use that has always been the trademark of reprocontrol.net.

The latest version of Colorado, the Colorado 8.0, comprises new elements which simplify workflow and make scanning, copying and printing a seamless process. Colorado’s Filter Editor has been greatly simplified, making it more user-friendly for the operator. In addition to the universal Filter Editor, which has enhanced capabilities for the optimisation of scanned data and the adjustment of color, the simplified version allows the user to access the most important color and brightness adjustment features with only three sliders. The processing and analysis of Post Script and PDF files has been optimized, in particular the size detection of PDF and multi-page PDF files. And finally, its compatibility with DWF, the latest file format standard produced by Autodesk which revolutionizes the exchanging and publishing of CAD documents, makes Colorado 8.0 a must-have. The first Service Pack has just been released with a number of improvements including compatibility with various imagePROGRAF printers and new, user-friendly pop-up boxes which simplify the color management process.

SCP is enthused about the latest developments, and remains committed to the ongoing pursuit of excellence.




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