Markzware, Inc., the authority in software publishing solutions for print quality control, document previewing, and data conversion, is excited to announce the pre-release launch and immediate availability of FlightCheck 2022.
Markzware is currently inviting all graphic designers, desktop publishers, print production specialists, and prepress professionals to order and receive a 35% discount of this intelligent preflight solution, by using codeFC2022PRE. As a special bonus, Markzware has included IDMarkz, which, when installed, will allow users to export and convert InDesign files directly to IDML, during packaging.
The new stand-alone application provides extensive performance enhancements, which offer a modern, attractive user interface for preflighting digital files. Significant and important preflighting features include the ability to preflight multiple file types used in graphic arts. This includes PDFs and native files from several sources, including InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, QuarkXPress, and PDFs from Canva.
FlightCheck 2022 previews, inspects, reports, and packages the required job elements, to ensure that jobs output as expected. Patrick Marchese, CEO of Markzware, states, “We have entered a new era for prepress, and our stand-alone flagship product, FlightCheck 2022, is a milestone release. It pushes the boundaries of preflighting innovation, with incredible speed, usability, and performance.”
Amybeth Menendez, Adobe Certified Instructor, enthusiastically describes FlightCheck 2022, “Markzware has done it again! FlightCheck 2022 is a game changer! Yes, I said game changer! FlightCheck 2022 preflights PDFs, InDesign, and QuarkXPress files and opens with, not the embedded preview, but the actual document preview from the document’s assets.”
Menendez continues to explain, “And drumroll please, did I add that it is not necessary to actually have the specific software? I can determine if the QuarkXPress files that a contractor has sent me are complete and print ready, without having that particular host software on my computer.”