I was able to use an optimize node to apply the PDF/X-4 tag to some REALLY low quality PDF input, and when joined it worked to create PDF VT output. Worth a try.
I suppose you could use the External node to update the PDF's bookmarks.
I do not know the syntax for EFI setpagedevice commands. I am familiar with the syntax for the FFPS DFE -- but alas you have EFI. I would direct your question to EFI for the syntax.
I agree, if all you want to do is use setpagedevice commands on the EFI, FFCore provides no value add. If you want to use FFCore for its other features (e.g., imposition) and preserve the setpagedevice commands, my previous post describes how to do it. Using my instructions, the following happens on FFCore:
Thank you for the information. I am not sure I understand it correctly.
If we could generate PS with the proper setpagedevice commands we wouldn't need FFC, we could just send the spool to the printer via LPR. Right?
Also as far as I know post-script sent to the FFC is converted internally to PDF format - what will happen with the setpagedevice instructions?
Thank you for the clarification.
FFCore does not support the programming of subset finishing. One could do subset finishing by submitting to FFCore PS with proper setpagedevice commands for the jogging requires. The print node needs to use the LPR printer option and in Core Configure set convertSPDCommandstoBookmarks = true. See below.
is it possible to create dynamic sets inside a print job from FFC? We would like to use it for offset function on the EFI.
If I use Group Key and Join component I am able to create "groups" but each group is sent to the printer as a seperate print job. Our preference is to send only one job with sets defined inside a spool.