RealTimeImage Announces Availability of RealTimeProof Classic 2.0
Press release from the issuing company
SAN BRUNO, CA January 29, 2001 RealTimeImage Inc. (RTI), a leading Internet infrastructure company providing imaging products and services for the graphic arts and medical communities, today announced the availability of RealTimeProof Classic 2.0, the latest version of its flagship product. RealTimeProof Classic 2.0 is a client-server software solution enabling high speed streaming of production files, directly through the Local Area Network (LAN), for collaborative, high-resolution, color accurate, online proofing. With RealTimeProof, clients and other workflow partners can access and proof high-resolution files from anywhere, anytime.
Available immediately, RealTimeProof Classic 2.0 offers new features including:
Faster image streaming Up to 2-3 times faster processing and viewing than its predecessor;
Enhanced annotation tools with 3 new annotation types;
Support for new Scitex Multi-Page files;
Enhanced, sophisticated densitometer tool;
Full production PostScript and PDF rasterization resolution: 2032 (DPC), 2540 (DPC), and even 3048 (DPC);
Enhanced administration tools ˆ RIP parameters, user email invitations;
Enhanced Multi-Page browsing tools including thumbnail view, page navigation
New measurement tool for measuring both areas and distances on the image
Utilizing an easy-to-manage administration tool (enhanced in version 2.0), RealTimeProof Classic allows seamless integration of the customer‚s workflow and production environments. Capable of interacting with Data Asset Management systems, RealTimeProof Classic is the ideal solution for customers who want to add powerful online imaging, viewing and proofing capabilities to their existing DAM system.
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