This template driven software was developed by Canon specifically to create large-format posters with complete ease. PosterArtist helps users of all levels to create professional looking posters, banners and signage in 4 easy steps. This application offers a variety of templates, hi-res royalty-free images and clipart designed to target a wide array of markets such as food service, education, offices, retail and much more.
PosterArtist allows users to use Kyuanos advanced color management system, providing a smart and simple way of managing colors under any viewing conditions. Also included in PosterArtist is the Auto Design feature in which the users can simply designate a few images to be in incorporated in a poster, and PosterArtist will automatically create professional - looking posters for immediate use. Also, the template filtering feature allows users to find and apply a template quickly and easily from hundreds of templates in the library.
Provides professionally designed templates to simplify poster creation
Over 1GB of preloaded files in a wide variety of poster designs and artwork
Variable Data Printing
Page Capture feature allows users to load desired data from other applications into a PosterArtist poster, such as Microsoft® Word®, Excel®, and Adobe® Acrobat®
Import images directly from most digital cameras
PosterArtist QuickCopy - separate application with the ability to enlarge image data scanned with any CanoScan flat bed scanner.
For imagePROGRAF Printer Driver. For printing from PostScript applications such as Adobe Illustrator or QuarkXpress, please use a PostScript compatible RIP package. For a list of Canon recommended RIP packages, please consult with Canon Alliance and Industry Market list of Rip vendors.
The starter ink tanks initially packaged with the printer are not the same capacity as the replacement ink tanks specified here.
For Adobe Photoshop 6,7,CS, CS2, running Windows 2000/XP or Macintosh OS 9.1 or OS X 10.2/10.3/10.4
For Digital Photo Professional version 2.1 or later running on Windows 2000/XP or Macintosh OS X 10.2/10.3/10.4