Xerox FreeFlow VI Explorer v16
The FreeFlow® VI Explorer VI Explorer is a Graphical User Interface (GUI) designed to allow users to preview VI jobs, and to provide easy access to Normalization, Demographics and EPS embedding services (for PDF resource files) conversion services.
The FreeFlow® VI Explorer (VIE) is a Windows based tool used to view VIPP applications that allows on screen viewing and browsing of VIPP jobs. You can quickly open any VIPP application and browse through the pages. VIE renders the VIPP application on the screen using the same VI Compose interpreter that the printer uses, ensuring what you see on the screen will match what you print at the target print device. For this reason, it is highly recommended that when upgrading a component of the VI Suite of products you upgrade all your components to the same version level. VIE provides additional powerful features, such as demographic information on the file being viewed and can perform VIPP Normalization. VIPP Normalization is a process used to make VIPP page-independent in order to take advantage of printers with Page Parallel Rip (PPR) capabilities.
• Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2012
• Intel Pentium 4, Intel Centrino, Intel Xeon, Intel Dual Core (or better) processor
• 4GB RAM
• 5GB or better available hard-drive space
• DVD-ROM/CD-ROM Drive
• Internet access (to activate the license)
- Features and Benefits
FreeFlow® VI Explorer:
• Allows viewing and previewing of VIPP jobs.
• Allows printer operators to VIPP Normalize a VIPP job enabling it to take advantage of Page Parallel Rip (PPR) devices.
• Allows printer operators to break the job up into pieces by generating a page-independent version of the job via Normalization.
• Integrates Demographics and/or Normalization into a workflow by using the Watch Folders support for Normalization/Demographics that is shipped with VIE.
• Allows the printer operator to embed EPS information into PDF resources (required when targeting a VIPP enabled PS device). VI Explorer distribution also contains a sample batch file that can be used to configure an automated embedding process.