Rendering Platform for the Adobe PDF Print Experience

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What’s new in PDF Print Engine 5

Version 5 of PDF Print Engine includes new color capabilities to harness the full potential of the latest digital presses. These include enhancements which will increase brand impact when printing spot colors, graphics and images on presses which support Extended Color Gamut (ECG). 
Version 5 provides full support for the print-related features of the PDF 2.0 specification, published in 2017 by the ISO. 
As designers continue to push creative boundaries with the new features in Adobe Photoshop CC, Illustrator CC and InDesign CC, the PDF Print Engine 5 will render them for reliable reproduction on any surface, and in any manufacturing process.



Tile Parallel Processing
High Impact Color Rendering
New capabilities to harness the full potential of today’s digital and conventional presses, including support for PDF 2.0 color features such as Black Point Compensation (BPC), Half-tone Origin (HTO), Spectral data for spot colors (CxF), and Page-Level Output Intent.
Expanded spot color handling
Smooth edges for graphics
Anti-aliasing for visually smoother edges on graphic objects, especially useful for lower resolutions. Processing times are reduced to a fraction of the time compared to alternative and post-rendering methods. 
Accelerated processing for patterns & soft masks
Enhanced Unicode Support
Control parameters, file paths and passwords can include multi-byte characters.
Mercury RIP Architecture
Framework for maximizing resource utilization, via parallel processing and load balancing.
The Adobe PDF Print Experience
Do you know how your designs will be rendered? Why should you care?
Partner Endorsements
Adobe PDF Print Engine 5 will be integrated into solutions from the industry’s most respected vendors. Our partners value APPE’s contribution to their portfolio. Read what they have to say, in their own words.
July 23, 2018 – Press release for Adobe PDF Print Engine 5 (Click here)