Adobe Extreme

Adobe Extreme

A printing architecture from Adobe that natively accepts PDF files as well as PostScript directly into the raster image processor (RIP) engine. It supports Adobe's Portable Job Ticket Format (PJTF), which enables trapping, imposition and color separation instructions to be included with the print job.
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Adobe Extreme technology offers OEM partners the ability to provide open, robust, scalable, Job Ticket-driven Adobe PDF workflow solutions for the print production professional.
The Adobe Extreme PDF workflow solutions can significantly increase throughput over traditional raster-based pre-press workflows," said Susan Prescott, Director of Marketing, Printing Solutions.
A Complete PDF Workflow System for Production Professionals The Adobe Extreme architecture has been designed from its inception as a scalable system for the creation, management and automation of PDF workflow.
Heidelberg/Creo, the technology leaders in Computer to Plate and Computer to Film have developed a new state-of-the-art workflow solution based on Adobe Extreme and PDF technology," states Barry Quart, Prinergy Product Manager of Creo.
Scitex's Brisque Extreme which began shipping in September uses Adobe Extreme technology to enable a predictable, editable workflow from creation all the way to print," touts Scitex America Corp.
The Adobe JDF SDK applies leading-edge automation and job messaging technologies from Adobe Extreme and PDF workflow to the entire publishing workflow using XML and PDF.
Adobe Extreme Provides Underlying Technology for Prinergy Prepress
Adobe Extreme is a prepress architecture based on Adobe's core printing technology, integrating Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) and Adobe Portable Job Ticket Format (PJTF) to automate prepress processes, provide a distributed digital workflow, enable late stage editing, provide multi-RIP support and ensure consistent output.
The Prinergy system is an example of a distributed Adobe Extreme solution, which automates the prepress process and controls the workflow from input all the way through to output.
Adobe Extreme was first introduced to the market in 1996 as "Supra.
His team delivered the award winning Adobe Acrobat InProduction and PressReady products, as well as Adobe Extreme technology and the highly regarded Adobe In-RIP trapping technology.
Brisque Extreme using Adobe Extreme technology enables