Hunter Penrose distributes Farrukh Imposition Publisher software. Farrukh has been developing highly effective products for imposition application for 17 years.
Imposition Publisher has matured as a leading imposition solution over 16 years and comes in a number of different versions to meet different market requirements. Whether you want to use it with a digital printer or a full-blown CTP system there should be a version that meets your needs listed below:
Digital Printers and Smaller CTP Systems (13x18" or smaller)
Imposition Publisher Digital is designed for digital printers and smaller presses. Handles pretty much everything postscript or PDF and is available for the Mac or Windows. Is limited to a press size of 13 x 18" (330 x 457mm).
Medium/Large CTP Systems and Imagesetters
Personal Pro is aimed at printers and bureaus where work is mainly created in house or comes from a limited range of programs. It works with QuarkXPress, InDesign and PageMaker and is available for Mac or Windows.
PDF Native is for printers and bureaus where work is mainly created in house but also handles files from outside. It not only handles Postscript files from QuarkXPress, InDesign and PageMaker but also all PDF files and is available for Mac or Windows.
Studio Pro is for printers and bureaus where work is coming in from a wide range of programs. It works with all PDF files and Postscript files from over 100 applications including QuarkXPress, InDesign, PageMaker, Corel, Word, Publisher etc and is available for the Mac or Windows. Also handles PDF files. More...
Page Pairer totally automates newspaper imposition. Running on a Windows or Unix server Page Pairer is controlled from a client interface running on Mac, Windows or HTML. The client not only allows you to setup your newspaper but gives you an instant overview of the status of each page in the paper. Page Pairer handles both 2up and 4up and has many prestigious clients worldwide. More...
Media Saver is for users who are just printing pages to film and want to minimise wastage. It runs on a Windows NT server and waits for pages to arrive in a print queue. It then finds the best fit for them on the film. More...
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