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Adobe ScreenReady was a software PostScript rasterizer developed by Adobe Systems to allow preparation of documents for on-screen multimedia presentations.

Features[edit | edit source]

  • Access through the Print or Export command of most graphics applications. A separate application can prepare standalone EPS files.
  • Anti-aliasing and automatic alpha channel generation.
  • Color bit-depth, palette, and dimension controls.
  • Conversion of EPS, QuickDraw, and vector PICT files to bitmapped PICT format.
  • Type 1 font support.
  • Automation options for batch processing EPS files with naming convention support and error logging.

Discontinuation[edit | edit source]

ScreenReady was discontinued by 1999.[1]

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