Creative Edge Software is to launch the next upgrade to its iC3D packaging design software at next week’s Label Expo show. This latest version 5 concentrates on shape modelling and realism and follows on from the release of v4 at last year’s Drupa show, which added greater photorealism. Continue reading “Creative Edge Software updates iC3D”
Quark has added further updates to its Content Automation platform, including enhancements to content management and web-based content review with the ability to assemble and manage PowerPoint slides at a component level. Continue reading “Quark updates content automation solution”
Quark has announced the next major release of its page layout program, QuarkXPress 2017, due to ship this spring. Continue reading “QuarkXPress 2017 gains new image editing”
Agfa has demonstrated v10 of its Fortuna security printing software. The new features mainly aim at reducing the sort of complex manual calculations that are often needed to create complicated repeating patterns that are in turn difficult to forge. Continue reading “Agfa updates Fortuna security software”
Quark is due to release the next update to its eponymous page layout program later this month on 24 May. Details of the new features can be found in an earlier story here. Quark is still running two special offers, which will end on the 24th: customers ordering QuarkXpress 2015 or an upgrade from any version will receive a free upgrade to QuarkXpress 2016; customers that already have the 2015 version can order an upgrade now for half the price.
SAi has launched a new structural design program, DisplayGenie, for creating boxes and point of purchase displays. It’s said to be compatible with all existing wide-format RIP software that drives flatbed printers and cutters. Continue reading “SAi launches structural design software”
Quark has started to talk about its upcoming QuarkXPress 2016, the latest version of its desktop layout program. Continue reading “QuarkXpress updated for 2016”
Markzware has updated its MarkzTools program which converts Adobe InDesign (INDD) files to IDML or InDesign Markup Language. The advantage of this is that the IDML files are essentially an XML representation of what the page should look like, so when these files are opened they reconstitute the page as a fresh design, without any clutter left over from earlier versions of that design, or unwanted side effects from any plug-ins used with InDesign. Continue reading “Markzware releases tool for converting InDesign files”