Markzware announces worldwide preview for FlightCheck

The company has invited designers and professionals from the graphic arts industry to test the new standalone preflight, preview and packaging application.

12 Nov 2021 | By Aultrin Vijay

Markzware, a software publishing solutions provider for print quality control, document previewing and data conversion, has announced the beta and preview programme FlightCheck 2022.

Markzware is currently inviting graphic designers, DTP layout artists, and pre-press professionals to become a part of the beta programme. Participants can sign up to become a tester and help shape FlightCheck 2022. All active beta testers will receive 50% off on the annual subscription version.

According to Markzware, the FlightCheck 2022 beta provides extensive performance enhancements, which offer a modern, attractive user interface for preflighting digital files. New and important preflighting features include the ability to preflight PDFs from all sources, including those from InDesign, Affinity Publisher, QuarkXPress, Canva, Foxit, and many others. Moreover, FlightCheck preflights several other native document file types, such as Adobe InDesign, QuarkXPress, and more.

FlightCheck 2022 will be introducing new features such as a brand-new user interface with a new FlightCheck Score feature, and a high-resolution document preview option.

The new application would be capable of preflighting and scanning file types such as PDF, Adobe InDesign, QuarkXPress, Illustrator, Photoshop and more. It will also include customisable preflight profiles and FlightCheck preflight reports

Among other new features, Markzware will also introduce the new FlightCheck Score gauge. Users can even “share” it with colleagues or on social media. What’s more, users can package print jobs with all of the fonts, images, and “sent” elements required for either the printer, the following workflow user, or for archiving.

“FlightCheck 2022 is a milestone release that pushes the boundaries of preflighting innovation with incredible speed and performance,” said Patrick Marchese, CEO and co-founder of Markzware. “We have been looking forward to sharing this new FlightCheck 2022 with industry experts and stakeholders and receiving their feedback about the usability and direction the product is taking.”