With XMPie’s Variable Data Print solution, designers can change design elements from one document to the next and generate anywhere from a few versions to thousands or even millions of personalized documents.
But every production second counts!
XMPie software plugs-in to Adobe InDesign and designers can personalize stylish typography, vibrant graphics, images, tables, barcodes and more to create dynamic pieces. There are several tips and tricks that designers can use to improve performance and boost output results, without compromising on the design.
Watch this webinar replay to find out how to maximize your documents for production. Learn about:
This webinar replay is beneficial for:
Any designer who creates (or wants to create) VDP designs.
All production staff, involved with creating XMPie VDP material, who need to identify issues that may be slowing down production.
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