Huge Update Of Rosetta RIP
A massive new update of the Shiraz Rosetta solution has finally been released. This update includes a number of significant enhancements and features including many new printer drivers. Additionally compatibility with the latest Windows 11 and Mac OSX Monterey operating systems has been confirmed.
A first in the RIP market and exciting new innovation at the heart of the Rosetta’s engine is the machine learning AI technology that automatically adopts itself with the work load and workflows in which it operates. Intelligently balancing the computer resources to cope with the incoming jobs. In multiple field testing of the new technology before the release, production sites that were dealing with over 100,000/month jobs from online shops were chosen to fully stress test the system.
Additional enhancements and update of our unique end-to-end Web to Print solution including plugins for the WooCommerce, Shopify, Magento 2, Etsy and Shipstation platforms. Automatic mockup generation and AR (augmented reality) technology as well as world’s only secure print streaming platform confirms our leadership and commitment to the cloud eco-system.
In another major innovation we are now introducing our super high quality FM based screening that will substantially reduce ink usage as well as superior print output. This 16-bit based screening has been designed to utilise the multi-core processors and parallel processing for blazing fast ripping. This new dot pattern is particularly suitable for dye-sublimation printing as well as wide and superwide printers with industrial type print heads.
A long list of new printer drivers from all major OEMs have also been including EPSON R5000/5000L, Canon GP series, Mimaki JV100 range and many others. We are extremely proud of our new Rosetta solution commented Ramin Shahbazi, director at Shiraz Software. We believe that our Rosetta customers will see major benefits from this new update that will greatly improve their print business and operation, he continued.
The update (build 21280) is available to all Rosetta subscribers free of charge. Please contact us with any queries with this regard.