DirectSmile image personalization is ready for all output formats and all digital presses
Press release from the issuing company
Leading DirectSmile image personalization software can now be used with all digital presses on the market with output formats PPML, JLYT or PDF. Personalized images can also be used in e-mails, on websites or with mobile media. Visit DirectSmile on IPEX 2006 to learn more about new DirectSmile 3.0 and its multiple output options.
Berlin, March 15, 2006 Personalized images generated with DirectSmile 3.0 software can now be produced with all available digital presses. This includes Canon, HP Indigo, Konica Minolta, NexPress and Océ as well as Xeikon and Xerox presses. To print image personalized DirectSmile pieces digital printers can use output formats PPML, JLYT or PDF. Even the production of personalized images in poster size on large format printers is possible. In addition to digital printing, DirectSmile enables the output of image personalized designs in digital media such as e-mails, websites or MMS.
With the new DirectSmile Version 3.0, users can choose from a great variety of optimized output drivers for their individual needs and new modules for cross media tasks such as personal URLs and e-mailing-tool.
For production of image personalized print pieces the user also benefits from the full scalability of a DirectSmile system. Whether users want to produce a thousand calendars or one million mailers a month, the needed system performance can always be scaled to their individual production needs to ensure optimal image processing speed.
Visit DirectSmile on IPEX 2006
DirectSmile presents new Version 3.0 at IPEX 2006 with partners HP and Creo. Find DirectSmile at HP booth, Stand 04-A01.
Out now: DirectSmile Version 3.0 with new Design Editor
The new Version 3.0 of DirectSmile´s technology-leading image personalization software is on sale worldwide since March 13, 2006. With its completely new user interface, 100% real-time design workflows and numerous new layout functions Version 3.0 is way beyond just an update. New functions include Layers, new Transforming Grids, new Set Wizard, new Frame Functionality, Stylesheets and many more. Designed especially for the needs of designers it brings, for the first time, creation of demanding variable data printing tasks to the level of a popular design software.
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