Innova Art Ltd

Intelligent Print System

Innova Art Ltd. has announced Intelligent Print System (IPS), an integrated design and production print software solution for professionals who wish to produce high quality images without the complexity or expense of RIP software. Intelligent Print System provides ease of use and an intuitive interface as well as a comprehensive list of functions making it the ultimate print assistant.

IPS is fully compatible with both Mac and PC operating systems, and works with the full range of file formats. Even the best photographers and print makers welcome extra assistance between image capture and output, to maintain the capture integrity is equaled in the quality of their prints. IPS is a simple, cost effective software that is easy to install and use, with straightforward, step-by-step instructions, wizards and templates.

Also unique to the IPS is the “Multi-Plex” function, which allows the user to create triptych, poliptych and mosaic prints which are perfectly segmented, wrapped and mirrored for high-impact displays. This feature is an excellent tool when used congruently with the JetMaster Display System—a newly-introduced dimensional framing and mounting option (patented by Innova) for photographers and fine artists. IPS delivers comprehensive color management with built-in ICC profiles to support a wide range of media, including all Innova's fine art and photo substrates; from the FibaPrint papers to their acclaimed digital canvas range.

IPS includes print drivers for the latest Canon, Epson and HP professional large-format printers, allowing efficient use of media with "auto nesting" and "job management" to ensure minimum paper waste and optimized production. The integration of the Adobe PDF library with Intelligent Print System technology ensures accurate, quick and ease of processing each time.

Users of IPS will also benefit from automatic updates for both the software and the ICC profile library, and will be supported by a dedicated technical team.

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