Why upgrade to Roland VersaWorks Dual RIP software?
VersaWorks Dual looks just like VersaWorks, with the same user-friendly interface. But it’s packed with additional features to ensure faster RIP times and even greater quality of print output, including:
- PDF and PostScript® engines to deliver faster previewing times and improved handling of PDF, EPS and PS files;
- Process complex files with transparencies, drop shadows, special colour layers and other special effects directly in the RIP to save time and simplify the production process;
- Generate White and Gloss data within the RIP without the need to edit artwork;
- Create and save unlimited queue settings to recall complex job settings or specific workflow functions;
- Predictive ink and job time calculator to help you quote jobs competitively and profitably;
- Built-in PANTONE® and Roland Color System Libraries for accurate, fast colour reproduction;
- Rotate and mirror variable print data from inside the RIP for the quick and easy customisation of individual items within a print run;
- Simultaneous output to up to 4 compatible devices, and much more.
In order to use Roland VersaWorks Dual, a computer needs to meet the following system requirements:
- Operating system: (OS): Windows 10, 8.1, 7 (32-bit edition/64-bit edition)***
- Processor: 2.0 GHz or faster Intel Core 2 Duo recommended
- Memory (RAM): 2 GB or more recommended
- Video card and monitor: A resolution of 1,280 x 1,024 or more
- Free hard-disk space required for working space: 40 GB or more recommended
- Hard-disk file system: NTFS format
- Ethernet port
- Internet connection and web browser in order to use Roland@NET
*** Roland VersaWorks Dual is a 32-bit application and therefore runs in WOW64 (Windows-On-Windows 64) when running on 64-bit versions of Windows operating systems.
Please note: Considering that you may be using software, such as Illustrator®, we recommend that you use as high a performance computer as possible to reduce RIP processing time. We also recommend you use a hard disc which has a large capacity, because print files are often several GB in size and larger when data is high resolution.