FlightCheck will preflight digital files, and direct you to print problems, for repair. Markzware’s FlightCheck guides you through the preflight workflow process with a checklist. The resulting preflight report details print errors, including:
• incorrect image resolution
• missing fonts
• incorrect colors
• spot colors
• much more…
One of the key capabilities of FlightCheck is its power to preflight file formats and image types of a wide variety. A partial list includes:
• InDesign (v1.9 – CC 2017)
• Acrobat PDF (v3.0 – CC 2017)
• Illustrator (v6.0 – CC 2017)
• Photoshop (v4.0 – CC 2017)
• PageMaker (v4.2 – v7.x)
• FreeHand (v7.0 – v11.x)
• QuarkXPress (v3.1 – 2017)
• Word (2000 – 2002)
• CorelDRAW (v8.0 – v9.x)
• much more…
FlightCheck collects and packages required print elements, to ensure that jobs print as expected. The collected ZIP package will contain the following:
• The original DTP file
• Linked Images (assuming they are reachable)
• Used Fonts (assuming they are reachable)
• Preflight Report
✓ Always have support for the latest file versions
✓ Predictable annual costs
✖ No free update period
✖ Must pay for future versions
Seat Count is the number of systems a single License can be installed on. You may wish to purchase a 5 seat count, quantity 1, to install on 5 machines using a single License.
Quantity is the number of individual Licenses to purchase. You may wish to purchase 5 individual Licenses each to be installed on 1 system.
You may qualify for upgrade pricing if you have an existing License Code for FlightCheck v6.50 through 7.x.
Just because your document looks good on your computer screen doesn’t mean it’ll look the same when printed. Things such as the wrong color space or resolution can ruin an otherwise beautiful piece of print.
FlightCheck gives you the ability to set the check level to either Off, Warning, or Error. Off is for non issues. Warning is for potential problems. Error is for problems that prevent the job from printing correctly.
Verify the print job with FlightCheck, before sending to the printer, and ease your mind. Don’t spend the weekend worrying if a potential problem will cause the printer to reject your work.
A single problematic print job can set you back thousands of dollars. Veteran printers and designers know that skipping the preflight will come back to haunt you, sooner or later.