Zevrix Solutions announces the release of BatchOutput PDF 2.2.39, a security update to the company’s PDF printing automation solution for Mac. The only consumer-oriented product for automatic PDF printing on the Apple market, the software allows users to process PDF documents from watched hot folders.
The new version was updated to satisfy new security requirements on macOS 10.15 and has now received the seal of approval issued by the Apple notary service. According to Apple, notarization gives users more confidence that the Developer ID-signed software developers distribute has been checked by Apple for malicious components. These claims have not been independently verified yet. Beginning in the forthcoming macOS 10.15 Catalina, notarization is required by default for all Mac software.
“The cost is very low compared to the power this app has,” says Mark Lenaerts of ZwartOpWit printing company in Herenthout, Belgium. “We produce thousands of prints every week and direct them to the right printers with the correct settings. BatchOutput PDF is reliable even when printing real heavy PDF files. To be able to make adjustments in one place for every workflow regarding prints is easy and efficient.”
BatchOutput PDF helps users eliminate countless repetitive tasks usually required for PDF printing by bypassing the standard print dialog. For example, users can create hot folders for different printers, specific paper sizes, duplex modes, various color profiles and other controls. The app offers the following key features:
* Print PDF files automatically from watched hot folders
* Specify password for encrypted PDFs
* Create hot folders for different print settings
* Save time and hassle of printing each PDF manually
* Server version for workgroup environment