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Briefly: CameraBag 2 public beta, PDF2ID Enterprise launched

updated 12:10 pm EST, Wed December 7, 2011

PDF2ID Enterprise 2012

Nevercenter has launched a free, fully-functional public beta of its upcoming CameraBag 2 software, while Recosoft has announced the release of PDF2ID Enterprise 2012


A free, fully-functional public beta of CameraBag 2 has been made available by Nevercenter. The updated software features a new Analog Engine capable of retaining smooth colors, even when applying numerous modifications simultaneously. As effects are added, they are placed into a bottom tray as tiles where they can be edited or rearranged at anytime. In addition, the company is currently offering free upgrade licenses to anyone who purchases the original CameraBag before version 2.0 is officially launched.

Recosoft releases PDF2ID Enterprise 2012

Recosoft has announced the launch of PDF2ID Enterprise 2012, a tool for converting PDFs into native InDesign files. The software includes a number of advanced workflow automation features that allows the software to batch process PDF files without user-intervention. Support is also included for setting Hot/Watch folders that will trigger an automatic conversation whenever new PDFs are added. PDF2ID Enterprise 2012 requires an Intel-based Mac with a minimum 1.4GHz processor and Mac OS X 10.5.8.




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