PDF Workflow in der Druckvorstufe: Ansätze zur automatisierten Produktion

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Inhaltsangabe:Einleitung: In der heute zunehmend komplexeren Arbeitsumgebung der grafischen Industrie sind verstärkt Standards gefordert, um normierte Übergabepunkte für digitale Daten zu schaffen. Die vorliegende Diplomarbeit erläutert das Portable Document Format (PDF), was dieser Entwicklung Rechnung trägt. Behandelt werden theoretische Grundlagen zu PDF, Definitionen von geschlossenen/offenen Workflows und der beispielhafte Aufbau eines PDF basierten Workflows in der Druckvorstufe. Zu jedem einzelnen Produktionsschritt wird aktuelle Software zu dessen Realisierung vorgestellt. Abschließend sind Beispiele zur Automatisierung solcher individuell abgestimmter Workflows aufgeführt und erläutert. Die Arbeit soll als Orientierungshilfe für Anwender in der Druckvorstufe dienen, die sich diesem Themengebiet nähern wollen. Die große Menge derzeitig vorhandener Informationen zu PDF wurden in ihr aufbereitet und möglichst verständlich dargestellt. Inhaltsverzeichnis:Inhaltsverzeichnis: 1.Einleitung7 2.Grundlagen zum Format PDF8 2.1Format PostScript9 2.1.1Entwicklung PostScript11 2.1.2Vor-/Nachteile PostScript14 2.2PDF Reference16 2.2.1Adobe Imaging Model16 2.2.2General Properties18 2.2.3PDF and PostScript21 2.3Entwicklung des PDF Formates22 2.3.1Acrobat 122 2.3.2Acrobat 223 2.3.3Acrobat 323 2.3.4Acrobat 424 2.3.5Acrobat 525 2.4Entwicklung PDF/X26 2.5CIP4 und JDF29 2.6Grenzen von PDF30 3.Workflow Konzepte31 3.1konventioneller Workflow31 3.2separierter/composite Workflow32 3.3PDF Workflow33 3.3.1geschlossener PDF Workflow33 3.3.2offener PDF Workflow35 4.PDF Workflow Komponenten37 4.1PDF Erstellung38 4.1.1Distiller38 4.1.2PDF Creator42 4.1.3PDF Writer42 4.1.4PDF Maker43 4.1.5Zusammenfassung / Bewertung44 4.2PDF Preflight/Analyse45 4.2.1pdfInspektor45 4.2.2InProduction46 4.2.3PitStop Professional48 4.2.4Acrobat49 4.2.5Zusammenfassung/Bewertung50 4.3PDF Editierung51 4.3.1Quite a Box of Tricks51 4.3.2PitStop Professional52 4.3.3Acrobat53 4.3.4Zusammenfassung / Bewertung53 4.4PDF Korrektur/Signatur54 4.4.1Korrekturlauf54 4.4.2FDF Korrektur55 4.4.3digitale Signatur55 4.4.4Zusammenfassung/Bewertung56 4.5PDF Farbkorrektur57 4.5.1Grundlagen57 4.5.1.1Definition Colormanagement57 4.5.1.2International Color Consortium58 4.5.1.3Referenzfarbraum59 4.5.1.4Farbprofile59 4.5.1.5Color Management Modul60 4.5.1.6Rendering Intents60 4.5.2Distiller 4/5 & PDF Creator 262 4.5.3Quite a Box of Tricks63 4.5.4PitStop [...]
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Jan 30, 2002
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138
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Jan-Martin Lurse
Essay aus dem Jahr 2003 im Fachbereich BWL - Unternehmensführung, Management, Organisation, Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management, Veranstaltung: Entrepreneurship in the digital economy, Sprache: Deutsch, Abstract: Internet represents at the same time a very easy and a very difficult marketplace. At first, internet seems to be a very attractive market for retailers: Very low fixed costs, big clientele, high economies of scale and cheap marketing. That, perhaps, is the reason why too many enterprises tried to use internet for new and similar services and why they faced themselves in a highly competitive environment. Pricing competition has flushed internet with offers for free, right now: Free software tools, free email- and SMS-services, free Information platforms and some illegal systems which everybody allows sharing also copyrighted files and programs, like: Movies, music, programs for free. Also, there is a real culture to offer services for free: I.e. the operating system “Linux” is programmed by worldwide individuals offering their programming skills for free! Because of this cultural dilemma, the average internet client got used to pay for nothing, even though he already had a low price elasticity. In the end, the only successful charged internet service seem to be services with those the client can really earn money (e-bay, Internship switching, Diploma trading, Reports offered by i.e. Forrester Research) and also sex-pages should be mentioned. It seems to be plausible, that, if you want to earn money with a service offered via internet you have to attract professional clients, who can use your service to earn money with. These are those who already use similar, classic and higher paid services or who did (what you want to offer online) by themselves. A bad economic environment (like it is right now) will help you attract these clients, because in these times, the clients more likely switch to lower priced offers (price elasticity of the demand is getting higher). Therefore, you will be able to attract also clients which originally had high willingness to pay for services, as long as you offer the same service. What I want to use in my business Idea is also the hope of the client to be able to earn money with my services, or, to just make the dream of getting model easier to achieve and affordable.
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