If you impose, and you want a way to automate your workflow and improve productivity and profits then you need Quite Hot Imposing.
Create automated, high-speed page-imposition operations into a document-production workflow by using hotfolders or by using a command-line interface within Quite Hot Imposing 4. Quite Hot Imposing was designed to be a very intuitive and easy to use imposition powerhouse.
Quite Hot Imposing allows you to set up many different queues, each with its own set of four folders (in, out, done and error) and each of which may perform a different imposition. You can also turn off particular folders temporarily.
New to Quite Hot Imposing 4:
Redesigned main screen
Quite Software heard you tell them that the main screen was awkward to use, especially for a larger number of queues. So they redesigned it. There is touch screen support on Windows 8 and later, and you can make the display extra large to use as a control screen for viewing across the room.
Combine files using job folders
Easily combine files by putting them together, in a job folder. Job folders are an easy way to combine files before processing with Quite Hot Imposing. Working with a preparation folder means Quite Hot Imposing won’t process your job folder before it is ready!
Advanced workflow changes
You can now allow a control.xml file to override the queue set up, both for the whole queue and for a job folder. There is also an option now to add a prefix/suffix to output file names.
Quite Hot Imposing allows you to create sheet size specific templates, and export them to an XML file. An imposed PDF is created quickly based upon the XML template rules and is then sent on to the next step in your flow. Quite Hot Imposing gives you the ability to save the imposed file into the same file that it was received in. Once it exits, it can be stored on a server or sent directly to a RIP or proof.
Quite Hot Imposing uses XML instruction sets to create reusable imposition sequences that completely automate the historically manual process of creating press-ready impositions. Current users of Quite Imposing Plus are able to export their existing setups (XML) for use by Quite Hot Imposing.
Quite Hot Imposing can be set up to run as a standalone hotfolder application, be integrated within a Switch workflow or automated by system integrators using the command-line interface included with the product. Quite worked very closely with Enfocus to ensure their customers can integrate Quite Hot Imposing with the Enfocus Switch range of workflow automation products.
Built on the rock solid foundations of the Quite Imposing Plus Plug-in and the Adobe Acrobat PDF Library, this incredibly versatile workflow product will not only save all of a user’s setups but it will also be able to repeat all functions as needed.
XML has become the industry-standard way of transferring information between programs, so it was a natural choice for describing imposition tasks in Quite Hot Imposing. The use of a standardized XML format helps future-proof Quite Hot Imposing as your imposition tool of choice.