July 3, 2008 in Publishing (E)
[prMac.com] Toronto (ON), Canada - Zevrix Solutions today announced the release of Graphic Inspector 1.5, a quality control solution which provides extensive info on entire folders of graphic files and helps locate potential problems according to specific workflow requirements.
Graphic Inspector provides a professional quality control solution for users of any trade, whether it's print, prepress, web design, electronic publishing or digital photography. With Graphic Inspector, users automatically get crucial information on multiple raster and vector files, saving hours of manual checking and eliminating costly mistakes. Graphic Inspector will display the file kind, color mode, resolution, compression, color profile, spot colors, fonts, metadata and other attributes.
With its powerful Checkup Presets, Graphic Inspector lets users create custom control settings tailored to their various workflow requirements, and quickly locate files with unwanted attributes. For example, users can make Graphic Inspector warn them about all files whose color mode is RGB, format - JPEG, resolution is below 200 dpi, ICC profile doesn't contain "USWebCoated" etc.
The new update, Graphic Inspector 1.5, lets users define favorite folders, provides more reliable and complete info on native Adobe Photoshop files, improves processing speed, and brings numerous interface improvements and bug fixes.
Pricing and Availability:
Graphic Inspector 1.5 can be purchased from the Zevrix Solutions web site for $39.95 USD, as well as from authorized resellers. Demo is also available for download from their website. The update is free for licensed users of previous versions. Graphic Inspector 1.5 is Universal Binary and available for Mac OS X 10.4.2 and later (Leopard compatible).
Located in Toronto, Canada, Zevrix Solutions provides productivity solutions for Adobe Creative Suite software, Microsoft Office and graphic file diagnostics on Mac OS. Zevrix Solutions is dedicated to helping professionals achieve more while doing less through automating their everyday tasks, producing error-free documents, saving disk space and cutting production costs. For more information, visit their website.