BatchOutput Server’s Finalized Version Offers Time-Saving for InDesign Teams
The latest version of BatchOutput Server, an automatic file processor for Adobe InDesign, has been released, finalizing the product.
BatchOutput Server version 4.1, designed by Zevrix Solutions, is a time-saving system for any workplace that makes heavy use of Adobe InDesign. BatchOutput automates output for InDesign files, allowing batch processing of procedures like printing, exporting to PDF and exporting to Postrscript.
The program simplifies the processing of InDesign files, dealing with bulk loads of InDesign files at once, and also makes InDesign available other projects in the mean time, potentially freeing up hours of formerly unproductive time.
Further, BatchOuput does its work on a dedicated BatchOut Server workstation. This means resources aren’t taken up locally, and also allowing for centralized settings, meaning users don’t have to micro-manage the settings for each computer.
The newest version apparently simplifies the process of sending files to BathOutput; according to Zevrix’s site, once BatchOutput is installed users simply select Submit to BatchOutput from InDesign’s menu instead of Print or Export, and BatchOutput automates the rest.
BatchOutput Server is fully compatible with Mac and PC and starts at $499.95; if your design team wastes a lot of time waiting for InDesign to process files, BatchOutput might pay for itself with greater productivity in a short amount of time.