Raster Image Processor or RIP is a system that converts PS/EPS/PDF/XPS to images. Basically, RIP refers to programs and devices that generate print data. In today's world, RIP technology can be embedded inside MFP, can be integrated in controller which is connected to printing system or can be integrated to build Software RIP products.
VIR Softech's team of experienced engineers, includes experts for all aspects of Imaging technologies and RIP technologies such as Job Management, Job Settings, Color Management, half-toning, bands generation and management, VDP, Imposition etc. We have specialists for various flavors of Linux, Microsoft Windows and Apple Mac OS operating systems. This enables us to offer state-of-the-art, highly customized development services to Print OEMs/ODMs.
We are experts in configuring RIP technologies for better performance targeted for a specific market segment such as production, industrial, commercial, large format and enterprise printing.
Vir Softech's team understands the print domain and related technologies like Color Management, Screening, Band generation formats etc which are required to integrate any RIP technology into OEM product. We also understand the best way to use RIP technology with OEM hardware accelerators for better performance. In addition, our knowledge of complex workflows like rendering, Spot Color handling, Image transformations, Imposition, VDP etc, makes us best positioned to integrate RIP technology with new OEM product and implement all the OEM specific functions.
Our team expert engineers have an experience of working on all the major RIP technologies and understand the interfaces and functions offered by all these RIP technologies. Hence Vir Softech is best positioned to reliably and quickly replace your existing RIP technology with an alternate RIP technology by addressing the above mentioned challanges and ensuring seamless experience to OEMs/ODMs.
Vir Softech team has proven experience of successfully replacing existing RIP in OEM products as indicated in the case study below: