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Learn the basics of the Menus and what you can find there. Review of how some of these functions work differently than the same tool found in the toolbox. Learn about moving windows around and docking them to create your own custom workspace.
Learn the basics of the Toolbox and what you can find there. Review of how to customize by moving tools into different groups. Review how to show toolbars and hide what is not being used.
Learn about the preferences and View and Selection options to successfully set up your system.
Learn the basics of the PDS interface including zooming, selection direction, X and Y axis lines, and how to click. Learn how to navigate through the work area, menus, windows, toolbars and hotkeys. Introduction to the rulers and guidelines and the status bar and how they can help with measuring and pattern modification.
Learn how to find and alter piece properties. Discover how to add piece information and descriptions for marker making.
Learn about the piece anatomy and how to make changes (double clicking to get to the properties). Review of what Track Lines are and how they can help you.
Learn different ways to move, rotate and flip pieces in the work area.
Learn how to open and save PDS files.
Learn what you can do if you did not save your file or experience a system crash. Review of how to load the Backup file and where it is located.
Learn about history and how to save versions within a PDS file.
Learn how to merge Optitex files together into one PDS window.
Explore the full list of file types that Optitex can work with and what systems they may have come from. This lesson will also review the types of files you can generate to send to another CAD system.
Learn how to use Converter 1, Converter 3 and PDS Export to convert Gerber Zip and Lectra MDL files.
Learn how to use Import and Export to import and export DXF, AAMA, ASTM and Ai files.
Learn the basics of how to create different shapes and draft basic lines.
Learn when to open the Digitize dialog. Explore the full list of buttons on the 16- button curser and what to use when.
Learn best practices for pattern layout and digitizing a basic pattern.
Learn how to digitize in internal lines and buttons.
Learn how digitize the grading of a nested pattern as you digitize the pieces.
Learn how to convert internal sew lines to seam allowance and switch pieces to sew. Review of Lock Auto Reseam and Lock Auto Update Notch.
Learn everything that you will need to know to remove unnecessary internals and text either one by one or by clearing all in the file. Learn how to update and change notch types, size, angle and command.
Learn how to clean up unnecessary points and smooth lines. Review of how to show and hide non-grade points.
Learn the difference between Darts and Pleats that Optitex recognizes and Internal lines. Review of how to change these lines into Optitex Darts and Pleats.
Learn about where to show and hide measurements around the patter and how to use the measure tool to measure several different measurements on all graded sizes.
Learn how to use the Compare Length window to add and subtract measurements of segments to check ease and ratios on all graded sizes.
Learn how to walk patterns to check them and add notches, walking ease and checking the grade on multiple sizes by Grade Walking.
Learn how to create a measurement chart to measure specs on the pattern. Use the Report to Excel feature to export these specs for a tech pack.
Learn how to use the Folding tools to check balance on a pattern.
Learn how to copy external and internal lines then paste them onto a piece.
Learn some of the most common windows tools.
Learn several of the tools needed to import, convert seam lines and switch to the sew line.
Learn about adding points, notches and buttons to your patterns. Review of different command options for notches and buttons.
Learn all the movement tools needed to adjust external and internal contours. Review how the movement behavior is dependent on showing and hiding the non-grade points.
Learn how to rotate and flip pattern pieces, internal lines and internal text.
Learn all the tools needed to create new pieces from existing pieces either by separating or joining pieces together.
Learn all the tools needed to create and modify internal and external lines.
Learn how to create symmetric patterns by using Set Half and Set Mirror Line as well as how to open a half pattern to create an asymmetrical pattern.
Learn how to update and alter the baseline of your pattern.
Learn all the tools needed to define seam widths and corners on your pattern.
Learn how to add and manipulate darts and pleats and add and remove fullness.
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Explore the key components of Fiery proServer, Fiery XF, and Fiery Command WorkStation
Learn about the features and benefits of Fiery® XF 7
What is Fiery® proServer and how it can help you and your business.
Learn about the benefits that Fiery Command WorkStation provides in Fiery XF 7.0
Learn the procedures needed to install and set up a Fiery® proServer or Fiery XF server and Fiery Command WorkStation®.
Learn the process needed to successfully set up a Fiery proServer
Understand the minimum software and hardware requirements needed to support your Fiery XF system.
Perform a new installation of Fiery XF 7 server and Fiery Command WorkStation.
How to license both a new and an upgrade Fiery proServer or a Fiery XF installation.
Selecting your desired interface language and measurement units for your system.
Performing updates to ensure continued system functionality.
Learn how to upgrade to version 7.0 from a previous version of Fiery proServer or XF.
This course will explain the features and functionality of this vital tool.
Explore the basic feature set of Fiery Server Control application.
How to use Fiery Server Control to check for and apply system and profile updates.
Learn how to use Fiery Server Control to check the status of and modify your server configuration.
License and manage licenses on your Fiery system using the License Manager.
Configuring the user interface, customizing it to work in your environment with your printers.
Add a single or multiple instances of a Fiery® XF Server to your Fiery Command WorkStation® interface.
What you need to know before setting up your printer(s) in Command WorkStation®
How to add and configure an EFI printer in Command WorkStation®
Discover how applying the power of automation in your Fiery system begins by setting printer and system defaults.
Fiery Command Workstation, Server Manager, Job Editor and Verifier basics.
Basics of the Fiery® Command WorkStation® interface in Fiery® XF 7.
Server Manager interface and how it is used to configure global settings and system maintenance tasks.
Using Server Manager to add and configure your printers.
How the Server Manager allows you to add and configure users.
Explore the functionality of the Job Editor.
Calibration, handling spot colors, and verifying the accuracy of your prints.
How to configure nesting, step-and-repeat, tiling and other features.
Setting common layout options such as file rotation and scaling.
Combining images into a single print job using the nesting feature.
Settings available multiple copies of a job and tiling job creation.
Job tickets when creating footers on individual jobs.
Configuring the default crop mark settings.
Setting the number, style, and position of grommet marks to be printed on your job
How to create and utilize Presets, environments, and templates.
Create presets for use with your printing devices
Learn how to rename, duplicate, and delete your media listings
Understand printer environments and how to create and use them
Create and use printer templates
Selecting a default media and media settings for your workflow
In this course you will get a detailed look at how to use the wide array of job submission and management tools
Learn about the various methods you can use to bring files into your system
Configuring and using hotfolders in order to automate your file processing
Configuring and using the Universal Driver
Applying presets to your jobs
Processing jobs prior to printing
Printing prepared jobs
Moving imported jobs to print them on a different printer
Learn how to reprint and delete jobs.
This course will help you to control who can access your Fiery system, what tasks they are allowed to perform, and customize the interface.
Learn about the default operators available on your system
Adding users to your system and set user security options
How to control which printers and presets your individual operators are allowed to access
Streamline the operator's experience and control which options can be accessed
This course will give you a fundamental understanding of Job Editor when modifying files.
Explore the Job Editor interface
Understand the options available in the Job Editor menu bar
Explore the options available in the Job Editor toolbar
In this course, you will learn how to modify your files to take advantage of step-and-repeat and tiling features
Generate multiple copies of a job file and create seamless repetition of pattern designs using the step and repeat.
Saving valuable media by combining images into a single print job using the nesting feature
Setting the glue flap and overlap options in a tiling job.
Using the tiling preview feature and understand how to create an assembly guide.
Creating and modify a manual nesting job, used to save media
Learn how to clone jobs in a nest in order to print additional versions
In this module you will understand the use of job tickets when creating footers on individual jobs
Learn about the various types of available crop and cut marks and how to select them
Setting and adjusting the various types of available grommet marks
This document is a companion guide, intended to be used in conjunction with the Fiery proServer and Fiery XF 7 Software Simulation Evaluation Modules that are part of the Fiery proServer and Fiery XF 7 Professional Certification program. This guide contains instructions for each of the individual 16 software modules. Completing these modules will not only complete the certification process but will also provide you with hands-on experience in configuring and using the Fiery proServer and Fiery XF 7 system interface and help build your confidence level. It is recommended that you complete each module in the order that they are presented.
In this module, either your proServer has gone through the initial startup procedure or the stand-alone version of the Fiery XF 7 server has been installed. To complete this module:
With your system licensed, you are now ready to start your Fiery server and add it, along with your first printer, to Fiery Command WorkStation. Command WorkStation is launched but notice that the Fiery Server Control icon indicates that the server is not running. Before you can add the server to Command WorkStation the server must be running.
Before you can successfully complete the setup of your first printer and process and print jobs, you must configure the media settings. To do this you must have at least one media set consisting of a calibration file and an ICC media profile installed on your system for each printer. In this module you will download these media sets.
With your printer added to the selected server in Fiery Command WorkStation and with media sets made available, you are ready to configure your default media. Media and workflow configuration is done within Server Manager which has already been launched.
With your default media configured, it is now time to define the settings for your default workflow.
Although you have configured a default media, it is not uncommon that you will want additional media to be available on your system. In this module you will add an additional media entry.
In addition to having multiple media available in your system, it is also quite useful to have additional workflow options available for selection by you and your staff. In this module you will add an additional workflow entry.
With your printer configured with media and workflow options, it is time to explore the different methods that you can use to import jobs into your system in order to print them.
In this module you will process and print the unprinted jobs that were imported in the last module.
In this module you will explore the various methods used to create a nesting job.
In this module you will explore the process used to create a tiling job
In this module you will explore the procedures used to create a step-and-repeat job including a seamless step-and-repeat job. You will begin by cleaning up the job list in Command WorkStation.
In this module you will explore the process used to set grommet marks on a job.
In this module you will create a new user who will have limited rights and access to your system.
In this lesson you will explore the creation of presets in both Server Manager and in Job Editor.
It this module you will explore the process used to create and save an environment and also to import an environment into an existing system.
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Get an introduction to Optitex 3D eLearning. This module will outline the structure of our 3D eLearning course and modules, what your expectations should be once you finish all 8 courses, and resources you can use to follow along.
Learn where to access the 3D Model window and what it is used for.
Learn where to access the 3D Properties window and what it is used for.
Learn where to access the Shader and Shader Manager window and what they are used for.
Learn the difference between Optitex models and scanned models. Learn how open and import these models into the 3D Model window.
Learn about the Avatar Editor for morphing and saving models.
Learn about how Animate to Pose works and how to select other model properties.
Learn how the 2D pattern needs to be set up before starting your 3D and what to do with piece that will not be used for 3D.
Learn which 3D location are best for which piece and how to place the cloth in the 3D window.
Learn all the mouse controls needed to move pieces or the model in the 3D Model window.
Learn the 3 methods for stitching your pattern in 3D and tips for combining them together to be the most efficient.
Learn how to select fabrics for the pieces and how each of the fabric characteristics effects the 3D simulation.
Learn how to select stitches and how each of the stitch properties effects the 3D simulation.
Learn why and how to set up layers for pieces, what the benefits of working with symmetry are and why and how to adjust piece resolution.
Learn how to add shrinkage to pieces, apply pressure and work with the Puffy feature.
Learn how to use the mating lines on your avatar to help with the placement and balance of the cloth.
Learn how to group pieces together for easier placement and piece manipulation in the 3D model window.
Learn where and when to change the Simulation Properties.
Learn how to check balance and ease on your 3D sample.
Learn how to simulate multiple sizes with our new simulation wizard.
Learn how to use the Seam and Stitch Manager to apply stitch details like top stitching, zipper teeth, and binding to the stitches.
Learn how to modify existing or create new presets and how they can be saved for later and how you can send your custom presets to another Optitex user.
Learn how to create and edit your own binding and pipes.
Learn how to apply buttons, zipper heads and grommets to button stitches.
Learn how the Shader and the Shader Manager work together to organize colorways and apply artwork and colors to pieces.
Learn how to apply all over prints, select shader textures and where you can adjust the cloth for sheerness.
Learn how to add logos and apply colors to the cloth, stitches, and rigid parts.
Learn how to scale, move and rotate artwork, in the Shader window, on the 3D garment and on the 2D pattern.
Learn how to perfect the appearance of your 3D sample by smoothing the cloth or refining or simplifying the mesh size.
Learn what the different rending options are and how you can adjust the lighting.
Learn how to generate images of your 3D sample and how you can save cloth files.
Get an introduction to Optitex Applied 3D eLearning. This module will outline the structure of our Applied 3D eLearning course and modules, what your expectations should be once you finish all 7 courses, and resources you can use to follow along.
Learn tips and tricks for simulating garments with folds and flowy styles.
Learn best practices for creating shirring and elastic for gathered styles.
Learn piece placement and stitching that works best for ruffles.
Learn all about the 3D Pleat properties and manipulating your pleat for 3D.
Learn about correct 2D orientation, piece placement and stitching for creating collars and button up shirts.
Learn how to sew patch pockets and set in pockets.
Learn what the correct stitching is for stitching darts.
Learn 2 types of 3D placket construction.
Learn about shrinkage and how this can be applied to stitches to create elastic..
Learn tricks for piece placement and stitch properties for tight fitting garments.
Learn tips and tricks for straps and leg elastic.
Learn piece placement tricks as well as adding hood fullness for styling.
Learn how to simulate a dolman sleeve with the help of Animate to Pose.
Learn how to stitch and add roll lines in 3D.
Learn how to prepare the 2D pattern to create a puffy garment.
Learn how to stitch together multiple layers and internal stitching for quilted styles.
Learn how to signify an inner and outer layer for puffy garments.
Learn how to add rigid parts such as buttons, bows, and drawstrings.
Learn how to simulate an exposed zipper and apply all desired textures, zipper parts, and seams where needed in 3D.
Learn how to offset a logo based on a spec and how to adjust it 3D.
Learn how to apply a graphic to your 2D pieces to visualize artwork placement.
Learn how to apply graphic’s in multiple colorways. Discover how artwork may need to be prepared outside of Optitex in certain instances.
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The information in this course will help you to accurately configure these selections.
Manipulate Media Configuration settings to produce your desired output
Use the media settings to correctly configure your printer.
Learn how to determine the need for a media feed adjustment
Configure the special settings for options specific to individual printing device types
In this course you will explore many of the choices available for configuring your printer.
Setting the length of time prior to automatically deleting various files.
Options for processing PostScript, EPS, and PDF files
Learn how and when to use RIP resolution
Summary.
This course will teach you everything that you need to know to accomplish color accuracy through proper configuration of the color settings.
Learn how to set the default contrast, brightness, saturation, and color balance adjustments for your system
Learn how to select the default preset and other important color management rules
Learn how to select the default source ICC profiles and rendering intents
Learn about the additional options available on your system such as the selection of optimization files, grayscale conversion, and light adaptation settings
Learn how to select your default spot color library and important spot color handling settings
Summary.
In this course you will learn how to set up your system in order to utilize the powerful verification features in your Fiery® system.
Learn how to select the appropriate color bar, including the exclusive Dynamic Wedge, to use in color verification
Learn how to select the appropriate options to use when verifying color accuracy using the first color bar
Learn how to select the appropriate options to use when verifying color accuracy using the second color bar
Summary.
Learn what color management is, how it works, and what you need to do to take control of your color output and quality.
What exactly is color management.
Understand color space, and gamut
Defining and quantifying color accuracy through the use of Delta-E.
Explore the concepts of device dependent and independent color
Learn about rendering intents and black point compensation
Learn why color needs to be transformed
Explore difference between calibration and profiling
Explore the concept of GCR and black point generation.
Identify the challenges with spot colors
Your Fiery system includes powerful tools you can use to ensure the color accuracy of output from each of your printing devices. This course presents you with an overview of these vital tools.
Learn about the Color Tools that come standard with your system and what each of them allows you to do
Understand the fundamentals of printer calibration and how it affects your printer
Learn about the additional features that the Color Profiler option adds to your system.
Learn about the spot color features that the Fiery Color Editor option adds to your system
Learn how the Fiery Color Verifier option brings quality control to your environment, enabling employees anywhere to produce consistent color output every time
Learn everything that you will need to know before configuring the color management settings in Command WorkStation
Learn everything that you will need to know before configuring the spot color settings in Command WorkStation
Congratulations! You should now have a basic understanding of the color settings and color tools available for use with your Fiery® proServer or Fiery XF 7.0 system. Learning how to best configure these options and properly use these powerful tools will help ensure the color accuracy of the output from each of your printers. This completes this course.
Modifying a job’s color management settings and accurately handling or modifying its spot colors are a vital part of any production process. In this course, you will learn how to address any color management or spot color issues you may encounter when printing files.
Learn how to modify the default contrast, brightness, saturation, and color balance adjustments for individual jobs
Learn how to modify the default preset and other important color management rules for individual jobs
Learn how to modify the additional default options available for use with individual jobs, such as the selection of optimization files, grayscale conversion, and light adaptation settings
Learn how to modify your default spot color library and important spot color handling settings for individual jobs
Learn when and how to create visual correction curves and understand how to use them
Congratulations! You now have an understanding of how to modify an individual job’s default color settings and accurately handle or modify its spot colors. Especially in the case of selecting your rendering intents and using visual correction curves, you will want to experiment with these features in order to find the optimal settings for use with your particular equipment and materials and for your customers. This completes this eLearning course.
Accurate color reproduction begins with the construction of accurate calibration files. This course will show you how to build these files using the standard method of printer calibration used by many printers that your Fiery system supports.
Learn about the differences in the CT, HT, and RGB printer drivers and understand how their selection impacts printer calibration
Learn how to correctly configure the calibration settings when using a CT driver
Learn how to evaluate and configure your per-channel ink limits
Learn how to evaluate and configure your per-channel calibration settings
Learn how to evaluate and configure your total ink limit
Learn how to evaluate the quality control chart
Learn how to evaluate the information on the Summary pane and inspect your finished calibration file
Learn how and where to save your finished media calibration file
Learn about the differences when building a calibration file using an HT driver
Accurate color reproduction begins with the construction of accurate calibration files. This course will show you how to build these files for EFI VUTEk, Matan, and EFI VUTEk FabriVU printers.
Learn how the calibration settings will impact your printer operation
Learn how to print and measure a target to set your per-channel ink limits
Learn when and how to modify the calibration pre-ink limits
Learn how to analyze printed targets and set the total ink limit settings for EFI Matan and EFI VUTEk printers
Learn when and how to use the optional gray balance feature when performing a printer calibration
Learn when and how to use the optional quality control step in printer calibration and how to inspect the finished media calibration file
Learn how and where to save your finished media calibration file
Learn how to calibrate the white ink channel for specific printers
Congratulations! You now have all the information that you need in order to create calibration files using the advanced method of printer calibration used by many EFI printers that your Fiery system supports. Creating a custom calibration file is often the first step taken to improve the color accuracy of your jobs. You should now be able to perform that task. Best of luck! This completes this eLearning course. Thank you.
After building an accurate calibration file for your system, your next step is to build an equally accurate ICC media profile and properly configure the black generation settings. Learn how to perform these tasks in this course.
Learn how to configure the setup options needed to build an ICC media profile and how to select the proper target to print.
Learn how to print and measure your selected profile target.
Learn how to configure the basic ICC profile settings.
Learn how and when to modify the ICC profile black generation controls.
Congratulations! You now have all of the information that you need in order to create the highest quality profile possible for you to use with your standard calibration file, including how to correctly set the often-confusing black generation settings. Again, we recommend that you begin your profile creation journey by using default settings and then experiment to see which settings you wish to use to improve the accuracy and quality of your printed jobs. This completes this course.
In this course you will discover how to create the highest quality profiles using the advanced ICC media profiling process including how to correctly configure the black generation settings.
Learn how to configure the setup options needed to build an ICC media profile and how to select the proper target to print
Learn how to print and measure your selected profile target
Understand the basic ICC profile settings and black ink settings
Learn how to select the correct default black control options
Learn how to set the ICC media profile gamut mapping options
Learn how to set the ICC media profile processing options
Learn how and where to save your finished ICC media profile
Congratulations! You now have all of the information that you need in order to create the highest quality profile possible for you to use with your advanced calibration file, including how to correctly set the often-confusing black generation settings. Again, we recommend that you begin your profile creation journey by using default settings and then experiment to see which settings you wish to use to improve the accuracy and quality of your printed jobs. This completes this eLearning course. Thank you for your time.
In this course you will learn how to utilize all of the Fiery spot color tools to ensure that spot colors are reproduced as accurately as possible.
Explore the spot color options in your Fiery system
Explore the basics of the Fiery Color Editor user interface
Learn about the various methods used to launch Fiery Color Editor and when to use each one
Explore the Color Editor preference settings
Learn how to add a new spot color to your spot color library
Learn how to use the spot color gamut check feature to display spot color accuracy
Learn how to optimize individual or groups of spot colors to improve their accuracy
Learn how to remove custom spot colors and custom spot color libraries from your system
Learn how to modify the spot color characterization and adjust the gradation curves for individual spot colors
This course will teach you the procedures you need to perform in order to complete both the profile optimization and the recalibration process.
Learn about the optimization feature and understand the value that it provides to the printing process
Understand the difference between re-calibration and optimization and when to use each process
Learn how to begin the optimization process and which target to print
Learn how to print and measure your optimization target
Learn how to evaluate your optimization results
Learn how to save and use your optimization file
Learn how to re-calibrate your system to improve color consistency
Congratulations! You now have a basic understanding of the value of the Fiery profile optimization feature and the re-calibration feature and know when and how to use each of these tools to improve the color accuracy of your printed jobs. The proper use of these tools will help ensure that your equipment produces consistent, high-quality results, keeps your customers happy, and your business profitable. This completes this eLearning course.
In this course you will explore the features that the Verifier option offers you.
Learn how to modify the default system control bar options for an individual job
Learn how to perform verification of an individual job
Learn how to use the optimization feature on an individual job to improve its color accuracy
Learn how to utilize the exclusive DynamicWedge to verify the accuracy of individual job colors and job spot colors
Congratulations! You now have a thorough understanding of how to specify and configure any control bars that you wish to add to your jobs, use the Verifier option to verify the color accuracy of your jobs, and optimize the results, if needed, to improve job color accuracy. You can use this procedure to ensure that each job produced conforms to the appropriate industry or shop specification, whether monitoring the spot colors or process colors contained within your jobs. This completes this eLearning course.
In this course you will explore the features that the Verifier option offers you.
Understand the fundamental concepts of color verification
Understand how to set basic color verification settings
Learn how to select the correct control bar for your specific needs
Understand the value of the exclusive Dynamic Wedge and learn how to use it
Learn how to select your verification reference settings to verify according to an industry (e.g. ISO, IDEAlliance, or Fogra) or house standard
Learn how to perform a color verification on an individual job
Learn how to optimize a job to improve its color reproduction after performing a color verification
Explore the Verifier user interface
Learn how to set the Verifier preferences
In this course you will learn how to view basic job information, error and warning alerts, view feedback from your EFI printers, and allow you to take advantage of the job merge feature.
Learn how to interpret source file information
Learn how to interpret file warnings and errors
Learn how to work with JDF tickets
Learn how to configure the Job Merge feature settings
You now know how to view basic job information, error and warning alerts when processing and printing your files, review the feedback from your EFI printers, and take advantage of the job merge feature. This completes this eLearning course.
In this course you will learn how to modify the default job settings to change the size or type of media the file will be printed on and take advantage of special features available for each of your printers.
Learn how to modify the default printer settings for an individual job
Learn how to modify the default media source, media size, media correction, and feed adjustment settings for an individual job
Learn how to modify the default media correction file for an individual job
Learn how to modify the default media settings, selected calibration set, and visual correction file for an individual job
Learn how to modify the default special printer settings such as printer cutting options, white ink handling, and printer dryer time for specific printers for an individual job
Congratulations! In this course you have learned how to modify the default job settings to change the size or type of media the file will be printed on and take advantage of special features available for each of your printers. Consult your user's manual for your printer or the printer and media manufacturers’ websites, test your settings, and you will be able to optimize the settings for use in your Fiery system. This completes this eLearning course.
In this course, you will learn how to incorporate cut marks into your job workflow, how to ensure that files containing cut paths are properly processed, as well as how to work with the Fiery Cut Server option or with other cutting software packages. You will also learn how cut paths need to be defined within your jobs, and how to add custom cut path names to your Fiery system.
Learn how to configure the correct cut marks settings needed to provide support for your specific cutting device
Learn how to modify the default cut mark settings on an individual job basis to work with your specific cutting device
Learn how to configure your system to print barcodes to use with stand-alone cutters.
Learn how to install Fiery Cut Server
Learn how to properly configure the Fiery Cut Server to work with your Fiery system and cutting devices
Learn how to process jobs when using Fiery Cut Server
Congratulations! You should now understand how to incorporate cut marks into your job workflow, how to ensure that files containing cut paths are properly processed, as well as how to work with the Fiery Cut Server option or with other cutting software packages. You should also understand how cut paths need to be defined within your jobs, and how to add custom cut path names to your Fiery system. This completes this eLearning course.
In this course you will learn the various methods to back up and restore your Fiery proServer and Fiery XF system, along with additional housekeeping tasks you can use to keep your system performing in peak condition.
Learn about the process required to perform a backup of your system
Learn how to perform a restoration of your system
Learn how to perform a manual backup of your files to provide additional insurance to keep your system running
Learn how to manually delete temporary files, job lists, log files, and other file types from your Fiery server
Having a regularly scheduled procedure for performing a system backup is a key component for disaster recovery and will also help you move seamlessly from one system version to a newer one. In this course you learned the various methods to back up and restore your Fiery proServer and Fiery XF system along with additional housekeeping tasks you can use to keep your system performing in peak condition. This completes this eLearning course.
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Explore the key components of Fiery proServer, Fiery XF, and Fiery Command WorkStation
Learn about the features and benefits of Fiery® XF 7
What is Fiery® proServer and how it can help you and your business.
Learn about the benefits that Fiery Command WorkStation provides in Fiery XF 7.0
Learn the procedures needed to install and set up a Fiery® proServer or Fiery XF server and Fiery Command WorkStation®.
Learn the process needed to successfully set up a Fiery proServer
Understand the minimum software and hardware requirements needed to support your Fiery XF system.
Perform a new installation of Fiery XF 7 server and Fiery Command WorkStation.
How to license both a new and an upgrade Fiery proServer or a Fiery XF installation.
Selecting your desired interface language and measurement units for your system.
Performing updates to ensure continued system functionality.
Learn how to upgrade to version 7.0 from a previous version of Fiery proServer or XF.
This course will explain the features and functionality of this vital tool.
Explore the basic feature set of Fiery Server Control application.
How to use Fiery Server Control to check for and apply system and profile updates.
Learn how to use Fiery Server Control to check the status of and modify your server configuration.
License and manage licenses on your Fiery system using the License Manager.
Configuring the user interface, customizing it to work in your environment with your printers.
Add a single or multiple instances of a Fiery® XF Server to your Fiery Command WorkStation® interface.
What you need to know before setting up your printer(s) in Command WorkStation®
How to add and configure an EFI printer in Command WorkStation®
Discover how applying the power of automation in your Fiery system begins by setting printer and system defaults.
Fiery Command Workstation, Server Manager, Job Editor and Verifier basics.
Basics of the Fiery® Command WorkStation® interface in Fiery® XF 7.
Server Manager interface and how it is used to configure global settings and system maintenance tasks.
Using Server Manager to add and configure your printers.
How the Server Manager allows you to add and configure users.
Explore the functionality of the Job Editor.
Calibration, handling spot colors, and verifying the accuracy of your prints.
How to configure nesting, step-and-repeat, tiling and other features.
Setting common layout options such as file rotation and scaling.
Combining images into a single print job using the nesting feature.
Settings available multiple copies of a job and tiling job creation.
Job tickets when creating footers on individual jobs.
Configuring the default crop mark settings.
Setting the number, style, and position of grommet marks to be printed on your job
How to create and utilize Presets, environments, and templates.
Create presets for use with your printing devices
Learn how to rename, duplicate, and delete your media listings
Understand printer environments and how to create and use them
Create and use printer templates
Selecting a default media and media settings for your workflow
In this course you will get a detailed look at how to use the wide array of job submission and management tools
Learn about the various methods you can use to bring files into your system
Configuring and using hotfolders in order to automate your file processing
Configuring and using the Universal Driver
Applying presets to your jobs
Processing jobs prior to printing
Printing prepared jobs
Moving imported jobs to print them on a different printer
Learn how to reprint and delete jobs.
This course will help you to control who can access your Fiery system, what tasks they are allowed to perform, and customize the interface.
Learn about the default operators available on your system
Adding users to your system and set user security options
How to control which printers and presets your individual operators are allowed to access
Streamline the operator's experience and control which options can be accessed
This course will give you a fundamental understanding of Job Editor when modifying files.
Explore the Job Editor interface
Understand the options available in the Job Editor menu bar
Explore the options available in the Job Editor toolbar
In this course, you will learn how to modify your files to take advantage of step-and-repeat and tiling features
Generate multiple copies of a job file and create seamless repetition of pattern designs using the step and repeat.
Saving valuable media by combining images into a single print job using the nesting feature
Setting the glue flap and overlap options in a tiling job.
Using the tiling preview feature and understand how to create an assembly guide.
Creating and modify a manual nesting job, used to save media
Learn how to clone jobs in a nest in order to print additional versions
In this module you will understand the use of job tickets when creating footers on individual jobs
Learn about the various types of available crop and cut marks and how to select them
Setting and adjusting the various types of available grommet marks
This document is a companion guide, intended to be used in conjunction with the Fiery proServer and Fiery XF 7 Software Simulation Evaluation Modules that are part of the Fiery proServer and Fiery XF 7 Professional Certification program. This guide contains instructions for each of the individual 16 software modules. Completing these modules will not only complete the certification process but will also provide you with hands-on experience in configuring and using the Fiery proServer and Fiery XF 7 system interface and help build your confidence level. It is recommended that you complete each module in the order that they are presented.
In this module, either your proServer has gone through the initial startup procedure or the stand-alone version of the Fiery XF 7 server has been installed. To complete this module:
With your system licensed, you are now ready to start your Fiery server and add it, along with your first printer, to Fiery Command WorkStation. Command WorkStation is launched but notice that the Fiery Server Control icon indicates that the server is not running. Before you can add the server to Command WorkStation the server must be running.
Before you can successfully complete the setup of your first printer and process and print jobs, you must configure the media settings. To do this you must have at least one media set consisting of a calibration file and an ICC media profile installed on your system for each printer. In this module you will download these media sets.
With your printer added to the selected server in Fiery Command WorkStation and with media sets made available, you are ready to configure your default media. Media and workflow configuration is done within Server Manager which has already been launched.
With your default media configured, it is now time to define the settings for your default workflow.
Although you have configured a default media, it is not uncommon that you will want additional media to be available on your system. In this module you will add an additional media entry.
In addition to having multiple media available in your system, it is also quite useful to have additional workflow options available for selection by you and your staff. In this module you will add an additional workflow entry.
With your printer configured with media and workflow options, it is time to explore the different methods that you can use to import jobs into your system in order to print them.
In this module you will process and print the unprinted jobs that were imported in the last module.
In this module you will explore the various methods used to create a nesting job.
In this module you will explore the process used to create a tiling job
In this module you will explore the procedures used to create a step-and-repeat job including a seamless step-and-repeat job. You will begin by cleaning up the job list in Command WorkStation.
In this module you will explore the process used to set grommet marks on a job.
In this module you will create a new user who will have limited rights and access to your system.
In this lesson you will explore the creation of presets in both Server Manager and in Job Editor.
It this module you will explore the process used to create and save an environment and also to import an environment into an existing system.
In this eLearning course you will learn how to upgrade your Fiery proServer or Fiery XF 7.0 system to version 7.1. In addition, you will explore the new capabilities provided in this upgrade in the areas of Color, Usability, Productivity, Integration, and more.
Learn how to upgrade your Fiery proServer or XF 7.0 system to version 7.1.
Learn about the new productivity features that are available in Fiery proServer and Fiery XF version 7.1.
Learn about the new color features that are available in Fiery proServer and Fiery XF version 7.1.
Learn about the new usability and integration features that are available in Fiery proServer and Fiery XF version 7.1.
Congratulations! By completing this eLearning course, you should have a firm understanding of the new features that are available to you in your upgraded Fiery® proServer or Fiery XF 7.1 system. We expect that the new features and functionality will help you to improve your productivity and profitability, making your Fiery system an even more valuable component in your production toolset. This completes this eLearning course. Thank you for your time. This completes this eLearning course.
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The information in this course will help you to accurately configure these selections.
Manipulate Media Configuration settings to produce your desired output
Use the media settings to correctly configure your printer.
Learn how to determine the need for a media feed adjustment
Configure the special settings for options specific to individual printing device types
In this course you will explore many of the choices available for configuring your printer.
Setting the length of time prior to automatically deleting various files.
Options for processing PostScript, EPS, and PDF files
Learn how and when to use RIP resolution
Summary.
This course will teach you everything that you need to know to accomplish color accuracy through proper configuration of the color settings.
Learn how to set the default contrast, brightness, saturation, and color balance adjustments for your system
Learn how to select the default preset and other important color management rules
Learn how to select the default source ICC profiles and rendering intents
Learn about the additional options available on your system such as the selection of optimization files, grayscale conversion, and light adaptation settings
Learn how to select your default spot color library and important spot color handling settings
Summary.
In this course you will learn how to set up your system in order to utilize the powerful verification features in your Fiery® system.
Learn how to select the appropriate color bar, including the exclusive Dynamic Wedge, to use in color verification
Learn how to select the appropriate options to use when verifying color accuracy using the first color bar
Learn how to select the appropriate options to use when verifying color accuracy using the second color bar
Summary.
Learn what color management is, how it works, and what you need to do to take control of your color output and quality.
What exactly is color management.
Understand color space, and gamut
Defining and quantifying color accuracy through the use of Delta-E.
Explore the concepts of device dependent and independent color
Learn about rendering intents and black point compensation
Learn why color needs to be transformed
Explore difference between calibration and profiling
Explore the concept of GCR and black point generation.
Identify the challenges with spot colors
Explore the differences between Standards and Specifications
Learn about the importance of proper viewing conditions.
Summary.
Your Fiery system includes powerful tools you can use to ensure the color accuracy of output from each of your printing devices. This course presents you with an overview of these vital tools.
Learn about the Color Tools that come standard with your system and what each of them allows you to do
Understand the fundamentals of printer calibration and how it affects your printer
Learn about the additional features that the Color Profiler option adds to your system.
Learn about the spot color features that the Fiery Color Editor option adds to your system
Learn how the Fiery Color Verifier option brings quality control to your environment, enabling employees anywhere to produce consistent color output every time
Learn everything that you will need to know before configuring the color management settings in Command WorkStation
Learn everything that you will need to know before configuring the spot color settings in Command WorkStation
Congratulations! You should now have a basic understanding of the color settings and color tools available for use with your Fiery® proServer or Fiery XF 7.0 system. Learning how to best configure these options and properly use these powerful tools will help ensure the color accuracy of the output from each of your printers. This completes this course.
Modifying a job’s color management settings and accurately handling or modifying its spot colors are a vital part of any production process. In this course, you will learn how to address any color management or spot color issues you may encounter when printing files.
Learn how to modify the default contrast, brightness, saturation, and color balance adjustments for individual jobs
Learn how to modify the default preset and other important color management rules for individual jobs
Learn how to modify the additional default options available for use with individual jobs, such as the selection of optimization files, grayscale conversion, and light adaptation settings
Learn how to modify your default spot color library and important spot color handling settings for individual jobs
Learn when and how to create visual correction curves and understand how to use them
Congratulations! You now have an understanding of how to modify an individual job’s default color settings and accurately handle or modify its spot colors. Especially in the case of selecting your rendering intents and using visual correction curves, you will want to experiment with these features in order to find the optimal settings for use with your particular equipment and materials and for your customers. This completes this eLearning course.
Accurate color reproduction begins with the construction of accurate calibration files. This course will show you how to build these files using the standard method of printer calibration used by many printers that your Fiery system supports.
Learn about the differences in the CT, HT, and RGB printer drivers and understand how their selection impacts printer calibration
Learn how to correctly configure the calibration settings when using a CT driver
Learn how to evaluate and configure your per-channel ink limits
Learn how to evaluate and configure your per-channel calibration settings
Learn how to evaluate and configure your total ink limit
Learn how to evaluate the quality control chart
Learn how to evaluate the information on the Summary pane and inspect your finished calibration file
Learn how and where to save your finished media calibration file
Learn about the differences when building a calibration file using an HT driver
Learn how to correctly configure the calibration settings when using an RGB driver
Congratulations! You now have all the information that you need in order to create calibration files using the standard method of printer calibration used by many printers that your Fiery system supports. Creating a custom calibration file is often the first step taken to improve the color accuracy of your jobs. You should now be able to perform that task.
Accurate color reproduction begins with the construction of accurate calibration files. This course will show you how to build these files for EFI VUTEk, Matan, and EFI VUTEk FabriVU printers.
Learn how the calibration settings will impact your printer operation
Learn how to print and measure a target to set your per-channel ink limits
Learn when and how to modify the calibration pre-ink limits
Learn how to analyze printed targets and set the total ink limit settings for EFI Matan and EFI VUTEk printers
Learn when and how to use the optional gray balance feature when performing a printer calibration
Learn when and how to use the optional quality control step in printer calibration and how to inspect the finished media calibration file
Learn how and where to save your finished media calibration file
Learn how to calibrate the white ink channel for specific printers
Congratulations! You now have all the information that you need in order to create calibration files using the advanced method of printer calibration used by many EFI printers that your Fiery system supports. Creating a custom calibration file is often the first step taken to improve the color accuracy of your jobs. You should now be able to perform that task. Best of luck! This completes this eLearning course. Thank you.
After building an accurate calibration file for your system, your next step is to build an equally accurate ICC media profile and properly configure the black generation settings. Learn how to perform these tasks in this course.
Learn how to configure the setup options needed to build an ICC media profile and how to select the proper target to print.
Learn how to print and measure your selected profile target.
Learn how to configure the basic ICC profile settings.
Learn how and when to modify the ICC profile black generation controls.
Congratulations! You now have all of the information that you need in order to create the highest quality profile possible for you to use with your standard calibration file, including how to correctly set the often-confusing black generation settings. Again, we recommend that you begin your profile creation journey by using default settings and then experiment to see which settings you wish to use to improve the accuracy and quality of your printed jobs. This completes this course.
In this course you will discover how to create the highest quality profiles using the advanced ICC media profiling process including how to correctly configure the black generation settings.
Learn how to configure the setup options needed to build an ICC media profile and how to select the proper target to print
Learn how to print and measure your selected profile target
Understand the basic ICC profile settings and black ink settings
Learn how to select the correct default black control options
Learn how to set the ICC media profile gamut mapping options
Learn how to set the ICC media profile processing options
Learn how and where to save your finished ICC media profile
Congratulations! You now have all of the information that you need in order to create the highest quality profile possible for you to use with your advanced calibration file, including how to correctly set the often-confusing black generation settings. Again, we recommend that you begin your profile creation journey by using default settings and then experiment to see which settings you wish to use to improve the accuracy and quality of your printed jobs. This completes this eLearning course. Thank you for your time.
In this course you will learn how to utilize all of the Fiery spot color tools to ensure that spot colors are reproduced as accurately as possible.
Explore the spot color options in your Fiery system
Explore the basics of the Fiery Color Editor user interface
Learn about the various methods used to launch Fiery Color Editor and when to use each one
Explore the Color Editor preference settings
Learn how to add a new spot color to your spot color library
Learn how to use the spot color gamut check feature to display spot color accuracy
Learn how to optimize individual or groups of spot colors to improve their accuracy
Learn how to remove custom spot colors and custom spot color libraries from your system
Learn how to modify the spot color characterization and adjust the gradation curves for individual spot colors
Learn how to print a custom spot color swatch book
Learn how to use the spot color variations feature to customize spot color reproduction
Learn how to work with spot colors on a per-job basis
Learn how to modify individual spot colors on a per-job basis
Learn how to work with unknown spot colors in individual jobs
Congratulations! You should now have a thorough understanding of how to use all of the tools available in your Fiery system to ensure the accurate reproduction of your spot colors. You also know how to deal with jobs that contain unknown spot colors and how to improve spot color accuracy. This completes this eLearning course.
This course will teach you the procedures you need to perform in order to complete both the profile optimization and the recalibration process.
Learn about the optimization feature and understand the value that it provides to the printing process
Understand the difference between re-calibration and optimization and when to use each process
Learn how to begin the optimization process and which target to print
Learn how to print and measure your optimization target
Learn how to evaluate your optimization results
Learn how to save and use your optimization file
Learn how to re-calibrate your system to improve color consistency
Congratulations! You now have a basic understanding of the value of the Fiery profile optimization feature and the re-calibration feature and know when and how to use each of these tools to improve the color accuracy of your printed jobs. The proper use of these tools will help ensure that your equipment produces consistent, high-quality results, keeps your customers happy, and your business profitable. This completes this eLearning course.
In this course you will explore the features that the Verifier option offers you.
Learn how to modify the default system control bar options for an individual job
Learn how to perform verification of an individual job
Learn how to use the optimization feature on an individual job to improve its color accuracy
Learn how to utilize the exclusive DynamicWedge to verify the accuracy of individual job colors and job spot colors
Congratulations! You now have a thorough understanding of how to specify and configure any control bars that you wish to add to your jobs, use the Verifier option to verify the color accuracy of your jobs, and optimize the results, if needed, to improve job color accuracy. You can use this procedure to ensure that each job produced conforms to the appropriate industry or shop specification, whether monitoring the spot colors or process colors contained within your jobs. This completes this eLearning course.
In this course you will explore the features that the Verifier option offers you.
Understand the fundamental concepts of color verification
Understand how to set basic color verification settings
Learn how to select the correct control bar for your specific needs
Understand the value of the exclusive Dynamic Wedge and learn how to use it
Learn how to select your verification reference settings to verify according to an industry (e.g. ISO, IDEAlliance, or Fogra) or house standard
Learn how to perform a color verification on an individual job
Learn how to optimize a job to improve its color reproduction after performing a color verification
Explore the Verifier user interface
Learn how to set the Verifier preferences
Learn how to set the desired verification comparison options
Learn how to use the job list when verifying jobs
Learn how to manually load reference data for job verification
Learn how to verify the color accuracy of a specific job
Learn how to evaluate the verification results
Congratulations! You now have a thorough understanding of how to configure and use the Verifier option to monitor the performance of your printing system, evaluate, and improve the color quality for each of your printed jobs. This completes this eLearning course.
In this course you will learn how to view basic job information, error and warning alerts, view feedback from your EFI printers, and allow you to take advantage of the job merge feature.
Learn how to interpret source file information
Learn how to interpret file warnings and errors
Learn how to work with JDF tickets
Learn how to configure the Job Merge feature settings
You now know how to view basic job information, error and warning alerts when processing and printing your files, review the feedback from your EFI printers, and take advantage of the job merge feature. This completes this eLearning course.
In this course you will learn how to modify the default job settings to change the size or type of media the file will be printed on and take advantage of special features available for each of your printers.
Learn how to modify the default printer settings for an individual job
Learn how to modify the default media source, media size, media correction, and feed adjustment settings for an individual job
Learn how to modify the default media correction file for an individual job
Learn how to modify the default media settings, selected calibration set, and visual correction file for an individual job
Learn how to modify the default special printer settings such as printer cutting options, white ink handling, and printer dryer time for specific printers for an individual job
Congratulations! In this course you have learned how to modify the default job settings to change the size or type of media the file will be printed on and take advantage of special features available for each of your printers. Consult your user's manual for your printer or the printer and media manufacturers’ websites, test your settings, and you will be able to optimize the settings for use in your Fiery system. This completes this eLearning course.
In this course, you will learn how to incorporate cut marks into your job workflow, how to ensure that files containing cut paths are properly processed, as well as how to work with the Fiery Cut Server option or with other cutting software packages. You will also learn how cut paths need to be defined within your jobs, and how to add custom cut path names to your Fiery system.
Learn how to configure the correct cut marks settings needed to provide support for your specific cutting device
Learn how to modify the default cut mark settings on an individual job basis to work with your specific cutting device
Learn how to configure your system to print barcodes to use with stand-alone cutters.
Learn how to install Fiery Cut Server
Learn how to properly configure the Fiery Cut Server to work with your Fiery system and cutting devices
Learn how to process jobs when using Fiery Cut Server
Congratulations! You should now understand how to incorporate cut marks into your job workflow, how to ensure that files containing cut paths are properly processed, as well as how to work with the Fiery Cut Server option or with other cutting software packages. You should also understand how cut paths need to be defined within your jobs, and how to add custom cut path names to your Fiery system. This completes this eLearning course.
In this course you will learn the various methods to back up and restore your Fiery proServer and Fiery XF system, along with additional housekeeping tasks you can use to keep your system performing in peak condition.
Learn about the process required to perform a backup of your system
Learn how to perform a restoration of your system
Learn how to perform a manual backup of your files to provide additional insurance to keep your system running
Learn how to manually delete temporary files, job lists, log files, and other file types from your Fiery server
Having a regularly scheduled procedure for performing a system backup is a key component for disaster recovery and will also help you move seamlessly from one system version to a newer one. In this course you learned the various methods to back up and restore your Fiery proServer and Fiery XF system along with additional housekeeping tasks you can use to keep your system performing in peak condition. This completes this eLearning course.
In this eLearning course you will learn how to upgrade your Fiery proServer or Fiery XF 7.0 system to version 7.1. In addition, you will explore the new capabilities provided in this upgrade in the areas of Color, Usability, Productivity, Integration, and more.
Learn how to upgrade your Fiery proServer or XF 7.0 system to version 7.1.
Learn about the new productivity features that are available in Fiery proServer and Fiery XF version 7.1.
Learn about the new color features that are available in Fiery proServer and Fiery XF version 7.1.
Learn about the new usability and integration features that are available in Fiery proServer and Fiery XF version 7.1.
Congratulations! By completing this eLearning course, you should have a firm understanding of the new features that are available to you in your upgraded Fiery® proServer or Fiery XF 7.1 system. We expect that the new features and functionality will help you to improve your productivity and profitability, making your Fiery system an even more valuable component in your production toolset. This completes this eLearning course. Thank you for your time. This completes this eLearning course.
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In this course, you will be exposed to the different methods and Fiery tools available to configure your new Fiery server.
In this course, you will be exposed to the different methods and Fiery tools available to configure your new Fiery server.
By the end of this module you will be able to identify the purpose of the Fiery Setup Wizard
By the end of this module you will be able to identify the correct environment and configure the Fiery Server using Fiery Setup Wizard
By the end of this module you will be able to leverage the administrator rights to identify and apply additional configuration settings using Webtools.
By the end of this module you be able to identify and use the correct tools to update your Fiery server with the latest operating system and software applications.
In this course, you were exposed to the different methods and Fiery tools available to configure your new Fiery server.
In this course you will learn how to connect to your Fiery server using the Fiery Driver. You will also learn how to install and remove the Fiery Driver on Windows and Mac clients.
By the end of this module you will have learned how to download and install the Fiery driver to connect a Windows workstation to a Fiery server.
By the end of this module you will have learned how to connect your Mac Clients to your Fiery server using the Fiery driver.
By the end of this module you will have learned how to use the Fiery Printer Delete utility to remove the Fiery print driver from your Windows client and how to download and use the Fiery Software Uninstaller to remove a printer on a Mac client.
By the end of this module you will have learned how to locate and download the latest Fiery utilities.
In this course you will learn how to connect to your Fiery server using the Fiery Driver. You will also learn how to install and remove the Fiery Driver on Windows and Mac clients.
Learn how to master Fiery Command WorkStation, the centralized user interface for Fiery servers. In this course explore each part of Command WorkStation to give you the in-depth knowledge you’ll need to allow you to organize, prepare, prioritize and adjust print jobs.
By the end of this module, you will be able to differentiate the areas within Fiery Command WorkStation 6 user interface and articulate their purpose.
By the end of this module, you will be able to build your own Fiery Command WorkStation environment.
By the end of this module, you will be able to maximize the capabilities Job Center and Fiery Command WorkStation job management structure.
By the end of this module, you will be able to use Fiery Archive Manage archive, important jobs that can then be reprinted in the future.
After you complete this module, you will be able to effectively make use of the search tools and prepare custom job views to increase efficiency.
When you complete this module, you will able to locate and manipulate Job properties and submit files to the queues.
When you complete this module, you will able to locate and manipulate Job properties and submit files to the queues.
Learn how to master Fiery Command WorkStation, the centralized user interface for Fiery servers. In this course explore each part of Command WorkStation to give you the in-depth knowledge you’ll need to allow you to organize, prepare, prioritize and adjust print jobs.
In this course, you will be exposed to the common print workflow problems. I will show you how to use Fiery’s servers built-in automation tools to streamline job submission, reduce repetitive printing tasks and improve consistency and efficiency in your daily printing.

By the end of this course, you will be able to:

  • Demonstrate the automation tools that are included with every Fiery Server and Command Workstation 6
  • Identify and use Command Workstations Drag and Drop features.
  • Implement Fiery Job Presets that can be used by Fiery printer drivers and utilities to reduce repetitive printing tasks.
  • Define Fiery Job Presets and Virtual Printers that will be used by Fiery print drivers, utilities and Hot folders to reduce repetitive print tasks

Build and deploy Fiery Hot Folders to streamline job submission and improve consistency and efficiency in your daily printing    

By the end of this module, you will be able to create and implement Job Presets to automate common printing tasks from your desktop or using Command Workstation.
By the end of this module, you will be able to create and publish Virtual Printers, that define and automate predefined Job Properties on Fiery workstations when printing from applications.
By the end of this module, you will be able to transfer jobs and use the Drag and Drop interface of Command WorkStation efficiently.
By the end of this module, you will be able to use Hot Folders to create an automated method for routing jobs to a Fiery server, through simple drag & drop or print-to-file actions.
By the end of this module, you will be able to create and utilize special Fiery Hot Folders using filters to print files from that have been created in Microsoft applications while applying defined job properties. Using the optional Graphic Arts Premium Addition package, you can also create Hot folders that will process and print many industry standard file formats including DCS, 1-Bit TIFF, TIFF/IT, CT/LW, Export PS and PDF2Go. We will review the basic settings that can be applied to each Hot Folder Filter.

Congratulations! In this course, you have been shown some of the most common print workflow problems. You gained an understanding of how to use Fiery Command WorkStation 6 to effectively automate job submission while applying the appropriate job properties.

 

I showed you how to create Fiery Job Property presets to reduce manual and repetitive printing tasks and reduce errors. Utilizing drag and drop features, I showed you how to transfer Jobs into Command WorkStation efficiently and reviewed Jobs in Server queues to increase productivity. By employing Virtual Printers and Hot Folders, you can now streamline job submission and improve consistency and efficiency in your daily printing. And by deploying

 

Fiery Hot Folders filters along with the extended capabilities of the Graphic Arts Package, Premium Edition, I showed you how you can effectively automate job submission with files that cannot be easily printed to the Fiery server. Those files include Microsoft Office formats and other special file formats.