callas software, which develops automated PDF quality control and archival solutions, released a version 1.1 update for its pdfChip product line. pdfChip converts HTML into standards-compliant PDF documents. callas explains the pdfChip 1.1 update adds features that were identified in projects customers realized with pdfChip, especially when it was used to create long, dynamic documents.
pdfChip 1.1 also adds support for the Device-N colour space, which is essential for content where a number of different spot colours or a combination of CMYK and spot colours are used for page objects like images or vector graphics.
The various flavours of pdfChip include S (€ 5,000), pdfChip M (€10,000), pdfChip L (€15 0000) and pdfChip XL/Enterprise (€ 25 000). pdfChip 1.1 is a free update for customers using pdfChip 1.0.
callas Updates pdfChip
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