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    je utilise celebrant rip et j'ais jamais de problème avec

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    Callas pdftoolbox should help

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    download the callas PDF toolbox v4 that in the forums, this will able to flatten the PDF.
    Otherwise you have to invest another RIP.

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    http://www.printroot.com/forum/f21/callas-pdftoolbox-4-5-093-a-77/

    Here is the link for the PDF Toolbox, you may download the manual from the links below.

    http://www.callassoftware.com/_marketing_download/manuals/callas_pdfToolbox4_Manual_EN.pdf

    Have fun !!

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    beware..

    beware when you flatten transperancies, you have to double check the flattening as it can cause undesirable effects a lot of times...

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    Harlequin rip can output a bitmap encapsularted in a pdf. Can automate this with a hot folder (s)

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    Talking Acrobat work wonders

    Quote Originally Posted by pruser View Post
    Definitely not. About 20% of ouer X1 PDF fail in the Indigo RIP. HP has received a test file and they can reproduce the RIP process failing in their lab. Now they (hopefully) investigate this issue further.
    Hi I have found that if you install the latest version of acrobat reader on your press and open the pdf in acrobat reader, then print directly to the press as a printer, it will resolve the issues with the transparencies. Also the print looks a bit sharper and more detailed.

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    esko Flexirip?

    Quote Originally Posted by castelgande View Post
    I also worked with HP Indigo, I have the same problem as you.
    The solutions, ripping with Esko Flexirip , have the option of internal format of the Indigo.
    Does the esko flexirip work with indigo presses? I thought that you had to use an HP Rip for the relevant press.

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    use the last version Founder Eage Rip (4.5), very good for Indigo machine.

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    Founder Eage Rip work ok

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