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What is Apogee Prepress?
Apogee Prepress is a program that allows printing companies to carry out prepress functions with digital tech. Modular in design, it offers users the flexibility to put together the prepress package they need by selecting specific modules for their edition.
The program is available in at least 14 localizations and has drag and drop support for improved workflow efficiency. It has a module that offers multiple options for sending files to a particular job and is also equipped with support for the JDF protocol. It also has a file checker that operates in the background and reduces issues. There is a module called Run List that can arrange pages into the correct order, as well as a module for managing imposition in a prepress job. It also uses the high-efficiency PDFRender RIP.
Exactly what Apogee Prepress can do is ultimately dependent on the build that the user selects. At its simplest, however, it offers a digital, modern take on prepress work that leverages current technology to simplify standard prepress tasks, offering quick jobs, greater savings on both effort and cost (through ink-saving options) and automation possibilities.
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File types supported by Apogee Prepress
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Last updated: : September 19, 2014