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In order to refine your input PostScript files to PDF in Prinergy Evo software you need a Refine to PDF licensed workflow. See your service representative for more information on licensed workflows.

  1. From the Configure menu, select Process Templates.
  2. In the Process Template Editor dialog box, from the File menu, select New Refine to PDF Template.
  3. Use the default settings, except:
    1. In the Normalize section define your OPI replacement image and font paths, if required.
    2. If you want to change where refined PDF files are saved in the Processed File Preferences section, select the Send Processed Files to option.
    3. Click Browse to navigate to where you want to save your refined PDF files.
  4. In the Process Template Editor dialog box, from the File menu, select New Output <process template type> Template. For example, New Output from PDF Template.
  5. In the Output process template dialog box, configure your settings.
  6. Create a submission channel.
    For example: See Creating a new single-process hot folder to output to proof, film, or plate. Attach the output process template to the output hot folder.
    The Prinergy Evo server computer must have administrative privileges on all hot folders. Kodak recommends that all hot folders reside on the Prinergy Evo server computer.
  7. Copy the input file to the Refine to PDF submission channel (for example, Refine to PDF hot folder or Refine to PDF process template in the Template Palette).
    Input files must reside on a folder on which Prinergy Evo server computer has access to and administrative privileges. Kodak recommends you store your input files in the shared JobData folder on the Prinergy Evo server computer.
  8. In the Process Viewer window, view the file's process.
  9. Once refined, the PDF file is automatically saved to the folder you specified in the Refine to PDF process template dialog box.
  10. See Previewing PDF files via the virtual proofing system software.
  11. Copy the refined PDF file to the output submission channel (for example, output hot folder or Template Palette).
  12. In the Process Viewer window, view the file's process.
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