Art Litho Printing Solutions offers several different methods of on-line file transfer. These methods include InSite, FTP and E-mail Attachment. These methods are described below:
With Art Litho InSite Soft Proofing and File Transfer solution, we have combined the process of File Submission, Page Soft Proofing, Collaboration, Job Status Tracking and Approval. This web-based system allows you to transfer files to and from Art Litho, receive real time e-mail notifications on job status, preview your actual print files, collaborate with other designers and colleagues, and submit page approvals right from your own desktop. An interactive, internet based communication tool, Art Litho InSite allows you to submit press ready PDF files to our servers and offers fast, automated processing that saves you time and money.
To access the Art Litho InSite, contact yours Sales Team member or Account Manager for an easy tutorial and walk through. We will come to your site and guide you on your way to seamless file submissions and real-time proofing and collaboration with your team.
FTP is the easiest and most reliable method for customers to transfer files to Art Litho Printing Solutions. Simply use an FTP client like Fetch, Transport on Mac OSX or FTP Voyager on a PC. FTP login requires a Username and Password*.
We strongly recommend using a compression utility like Stuffit (MAC) or WinZip (PC) before sending your files. Compressing accomplishes two things: First, the file size is greatly reduced, making the transfer much faster. Second, the Internet has a tendency to corrupt files in transit, and using a compression utility puts a shell around the file, protecting it from corruption.
*In order to receive a Username and Password for our FTP server, please contact your Account Manager, Account Executive or email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Attaching a file to E-mail is the most common method of transferring files, because almost everyone has access to e-mail. Although it's the easiest method it's also may present some challenges when transferring files. With that in mind please avoid sending files that are over 2 Megabytes via E-mail.