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The Process Template Editor folder contains all the default and user-created process template groups and their process templates.

To view the Process Template Editor folders, from the Configure menu, select Process Template Editor. The Process Template Editor dialog box appears with the default and user-created process template groups and process templates.

The following table lists the default process templates that came with your Prinergy Evo system:

Folder Group Name

Template Name

Description

Refine to PDF

RefineToPDF

Use to refine fat PostScript, EPS, DCS, or PDF input files that have all fonts and images embedded and do not require spot color conversion.

 

RefineToPDF-OPI

Use to refine PostScript, EPS, DCS, or PDF input files using low resolution images (OPI replacement). Input files should have all fonts embedded and not require spot color conversion.
If you select this process template, you need to set the OPI replacement search path in the process template. See Setting OPI replacement image paths.

 

RefineToPDF-ConvertSpots

Use to refine PostScript, EPS, DCS, or PDF input files that require spot colors to be converted to process. Input files should have all fonts and images embedded.

Output from PDF

Output from PDF-VPS

Use to create a single digital proof per page, using the Prinergy Virtual Proofing System (VPS) software to proof the layout and geometry settings of each page.
Prinergy Evo saves the output .VPS file to a default location.

 

OutputPDF-VPS-2up

Use to create a 2-up digital proof, using the Prinergy Virtual Proofing System (VPS) software to proof the layout and geometry settings of each layout.
Note: This process template does not generate Reader Spreads from an imposition.
Prinergy Evo saves the output .VPS file to a default location.

 

OutputPDF-TIFF

Use to create separated TIFF files from refined PDFs.
Prinergy Evo saves the output TIFF file to a default location.
If you want to send the TIFF file to a proofing device's hot folder, you must change the default location in the OutputPDF-TIFF process template dialog box, Processed File Preferences section.

 

OutputPDF-Proofer

Use to output composite EPS raster files from refined PDFs with all spot colors converted to process.
Prinergy Evo saves the output EPS raster file to a default location.
If you want to send the EPS file to a proofing device's hot folder or some other location, you must change the default location in the OutputPDF-Proofer process template dialog box, Processed File Preferences section.

 

OutputPDF-Proofer-Seps

Use to output separated EPS raster files from refined PDFs, that you can then send to a proofing device.
If you want to send the EPS file to a proofing device's hot folder or some other location, you must change the default location in the OutputPDF-Proofer-Seps process template dialog box, Processed File Preferences section.

Output from Imposition

OutputImposition-VPS

Use to create an imposed separated digital proof from your PJTF or JDF imposition file using the Prinergy Virtual Proofing System (VPS) software to proof the layout and geometry settings of each imposition.
Prinergy Evo saves the output .VPS file to a default location.

 

OutputImposition-TIFF

Use to create an imposed separated TIFF file from your PJTF or JDF imposition file.
Prinergy Evo saves the output TIFF file to a default location.
If you want to send the imposed TIFF file to a device's hot folder, you must change the default location in the OutputImposition-TIFF process template dialog box, Processed File Preferences section.

 

OutputImposition-Proofer-Mockup

Use to output imposition EPS raster files from PJTF or JDF imposition files, with all spot colors converted to process.
Prinergy Evo saves the output EPS raster file to a default location.
If you want to send the EPS file to a proofing device's hot folder or some other location, you must change the default location in the OutputImposition-Proofer-Mockup process template dialog box, Processed File Preferences section.

Refine Imposition Marks to PDF

RefineToPDFImpositionMarks

Use to refine your marks PostScript files to good, reliable PDF files.

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