Digital press
Digital printing refers to methods of printing from a digital-based image directly to a variety of media. It usually refers to professional printing where small-run jobs from desktop publishing and o...
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PODi
PODi, the Digital Printing Initiative PODi is an organization that helps set strategic direction in the digital print industry.Membership - PODi members are industry leaders representing all facets o...
WWF (file format)
WWF is a modification of the open standard PDF format for document exchange endorsed by the World Wide Fund for Nature (also abbreviated WWF) Germany. The WWF format is promoted as being more environm...
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Fly SDK
FLY SDK is a commercial library for converting, creating, merging, marking or modifying PDF and PostScript files. It produces both vector and image formats. It supports industry-standard formats, incl...
Harlequin RIP
The Harlequin RIP is a raster image processor first released in 1990 under the name “ScriptWorks” running as a command-line application to render PostScript language files under Unix. It was developed...
Portable Document Format
Portable Document Format (PDF) is a file format used to present documents in a manner independent of application software, hardware, and operating systems. Each PDF file encapsulates a complete descri...
Lulu (company)
Lulu.com is an online print-on-demand, self-publishing and distribution platform. Since founding in 2002, they have printed over 1.1 million titles by authors in over 200 countries and territories.The...
Variable data printing
Variable-data printing (VDP) (also known as variable-information printing (VIP) or VI) is a form of digital printing, including on-demand printing, in which elements such as text, graphics and images...
Xprint
Xprint is a deprecated printing extension for the X Window System. It allows an application to render output to a printer just as it would to any other display device. The server portion, Xprt, uses a...
Pkfix
The text-producing systems LaTeX and TeX produce DVI files from files written by the user. Those files used to be (and, to a moderate extent, still are) post-processed by a tool called dvips, which co...
Digital embossing
Digital embossing is a new digital printing technology, designed to revolutionize the enhancement process in the printing industry. Digital embossing eliminates the need for printing plates, molds, c...
Okular
Okular is the document viewer for KDE SC 4 (although it does not require the full KDE desktop). It is based on KPDF and it replaced KPDF, KGhostView, KFax, KFaxview and KDVI in KDE 4. Its functionalit...
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Page description markup language
A page description markup language is a type of markup language that is used to describe the appearance of a printed page. It is a markup adaption of the Page description language (which is a Domain-s...
Job Definition Format
Job Definition Format (JDF) is a technical standard being developed by the graphic arts industry to facilitate cross-vendor workflow implementations of the application domain. It is an XML format abo...
Dynamic publishing
Dynamic page publishing is a method of designing publications in which layout templates are created which can contain different content in different publications. Using this method, page designers do...
NeWS
NeWS (Network extensible Window System) was a windowing system developed by Sun Microsystems in the mid-1980s. Originally known as "SunDew", its primary authors were James Gosling and David S. H. Rose...
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Lightning Source
Lightning Source is a business unit of Ingram Content Group. The company is a printer and distributor of print-on-demand books. Originally incorporated in 1996 as Lightning Print Inc., the company is ...
Ghostscript
Ghostscript is a suite of software based on an interpreter for Adobe Systems' PostScript and Portable Document Format (PDF) page description languages. Its main purposes are the rasterization or rende...
Weave (digital printing)
Weaving is a technique used in digital printing to reduce visual bands resulting from the proximity of adjacent print nozzles. Horizontal rows are printed out of order and "weaved" together with subs...
Interpress
Interpress is a page description language developed at Xerox PARC, based on the Forth programming language and an earlier graphics language called JaM. PARC was unable to commercialize Interpress. Two...
PDF/VT
PDF/VT is an international standard published by ISO in August 2010 as ISO 16612-2. It defines the use of PDF as an exchange format optimized for variable and transactional printing. Built on top of P...
Tracing paper
Tracing paper is paper made to have low opacity, allowing light to pass through. It was originally developed for architects and design engineers to create drawings which could be copied precisely usin...
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PediaPress
PediaPress GmbH is a software development and print on demand company located in Mainz, Germany. The company is a 100-percent subsidiary of Brainbot Technologies AG. Currently (October 2014) its websi...
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Xerography
Xerography (or electrophotography) is a dry photocopying technique invented by Chester Carlson in 1938, for which he was awarded U.S. Patent 2,297,691 on October 6, 1942. Carlson originally called his...
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Mail Print
Mail Print, Inc. was a direct marketing and variable data printing company located in Kansas City, Missouri. The company's customers include national franchises and organizations, and include more tha...
Pstoedit
pstoedit is a free computer program that converts PostScript and PDF files to other vector formats. It supports many output formats, including WMF/EMF, PDF, DXF, CGM, and HTML, and by means of free/sh...
Indigo Digital Press
Indigo Digital Press (now 'HP Indigo Division') is a company that develops, manufactures and markets digital offset printing presses, proprietary consumables and workflow solutions. Founded in 1977, i...
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DocuTech
DocuTech is the name given to a line of electronic production-publishing systems produced by Xerox Corporation. It allowed paper documents to be scanned, electronically edited, and then printed on dem...