View any kind of electronic document or printable file.
Use the RedTitan Document processor to view any kind of electronic document or printable file, e.g. PCL, PCL-XL, HPGL, PCL3GUI, Postscript, PDF, AFP, Epson, TIFF, JPEG, PNG, DICOM, CSV, XML and plain text.
Transform (Extract Data)
Extract data from your document.
Create a report or log file for use by another system or store in an archive repository.
The RedTitan Document Processor enables you to extract data from the electronic document or printable file to plain text, CSV or XML.
Search TAGS can be created that identify specific pages or areas within a page. “Fields” can be created to identify data for extraction.
Simply modify existing printable output without the need to re-code at the host application.
Are you currently printing on pre-printed stationary and want to add this to the document? If so, add a PDF or scanned image using one of the many plugins.
Barcodes can be added to any document for archiving, mailing or tracking purposes.
Modify document properties without needing to make changes to the host application. Insert or modify Tray and Bin controls to support volume production printing, change the Plex or orientation of a document.
Add commands or barcodes used by downstream inserting equipment.
Print your document designed for a local printer on a network or production printer.
The RedTitan Document Processor can convert your document from/to virtually any print format, for example take a PCL print file designed for a desktop Hewlett Packard © printer and convert to Postscript for printing on a digital press.
Convert your production print run into separate PDF files for archiving.
RedTitan’s Document Processor enables large print format input files to be exported into separate documents. Named simply via a sequential number, or dynamically based on one or more extracted “field” values. This dynamic naming can be used to define output paths as well as filenames.
Merge documents of different types.
Use the RedTitan Document Processor to simply combine different document types to create a single new document. For example, take the output from Microsoft Word © merge with a PDF document and your existing printer output, it’s that easy.