MediaCheck Workflow – Server solution
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MediaCheck Workflow provides you the full flexibility and power of an advanced client-server solution.
All processing takes place on the server, managed by any number of client Windows or Mac OSX workstations. This architecture makes it easier for large companies to adapt the MediaCheck system to their specific workflow needs and delivers value added abilities:
- Assign particular tasks to individual clients
- Use batch processing for some tasks
- Prepare jobs without having sample actually to hand
- Pause processing of one task to work on high priority assignment
With clients constantly available, MediaCheck Workflow allows quicker and more direct processing.
Versions and Expansion
MediaCheck Workflow is available in two versions:
In digital mode, Workflow can be used to check and compare PDF files (source versus scanned image saved to PDF).
In professional mode, Workflow can also be used to compare PDF files against ‘raw’ scanned images and other raster images.
All versions of Media Check allow the comparison of multiple ups (multiple copies of the same reference or different references) that are automatically located, rotated and identified.
While PDF files are intended to have the same appearance everywhere, a print on paper or other material is something very different from a computer file. The Professional version of MediaCheck Workflow allows the content of a PDF file to be compared against the scan of printed media. Our software filters out all format differences to isolate only the deviations from original prepress design.
MediaCheck Workflow can have the following expansions:
Both versions of MediaCheck Workflow accept the up-loadable MediaCheck expansion multi-page module designed for checking of booklets and leaflets. This allows multi-page PDF files to be compared against multiple samples in one single process.
Uniquely, Workflow also accepts a second expansion module that allows users to decode Braille content and determine deviations from Braille standard, with dot height measurement and other tests.