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Epson introduces Imaging WorkShop printing application  
Monday, May 21, 2007 | by Rob Galbraith
Epson, in conjunction with software developer NewSoft, has today released Imaging WorkShop, an application for Mac and Windows designed to streamline the process of printing pictures on certain Epson photo printers, including the Stylus Pro 3800.
Imaging WorkShop promises to make it easier to layout and print several photos on a single page or across multiple pages, it incorporates the ability to print directly from various Canon, Nikon and other makers' RAW files (as well JPEG, 8/16-bit TIFF, PSD, PNG and BMP) and is designed to simplify the use of colour management in the printing workflow.
Supported printers are limited to the Epson Stylus Pro 3800 (and its variants worldwide), Stylus Pro R2400 and Stylus Photo R1800. These three models are not supported in all regions across both Windows and Mac platforms; in the U.S., for instance, only the Stylus Pro 3800 is compatible with the Mac version of the software. Imaging WorkShop for Mac is not a Universal Binary, and will run in Rosetta emulation mode on Macs with Intel processors. Maximum image size is limited to 8000 x 8000 pixels in both the Mac and Windows flavours of the application.
Imaging Workshop is US$199 until July 31, 2007, at which time the price will rise to US$249. A 30-day trial version is available. Sales and support are handled exclusively by NewSoft.
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