Concord, NC—DNP Imagingcomm America Corporation (DNP IAM) announced it has released the Hot Folder Print (HFP) Utility for Mac OS v10.12 and higher operating systems. The release provides Mac users with the ability to print, monitor printer status, receive immediate notifications of printer status and automatically update firmware.
As an intuitive, stand-alone print application, DNP’s HFP new utility is an easy-to-use application that enables printing on DNP’s range of dye-sublimation printers. Furthermore, the HFP Utility supports the DS620A, DS820A, DS40, DS80, DS-RX1HS as well as the DS80DX model printers.
In addition, the HFP utility automatically resizes images for printing with an option to add borders or logos. It also detects image files, queues the setup by print size, combines them with an enabled border and automatically sends the image to a DNP printer.
Moreover, DNP’s HFP utility files the images in an archived folder for future use. Other capabilities include a custom border import, photo editing as well as color adjustment.
“Complementing our industry-leading dye-sublimation print technology with comprehensive and easy-to-use software is critical for any professional photographer. Making our Hot Folder Print Utility available to Mac users reaffirms our commitment to delivering the best value and ease-of-use to the broadest array of users,” said Shinichi Yamashita, president of DNP IAM.
The HFP for Mac OS V10.12.X is available for download via: http://dnpphoto.com/en-us/Utility-Apps.
DNP Imagingcomm America Corporation (DNP IAM)
DNP IAM is a 100% U.S. subsidiary of Dai Nippon Printing Co., Ltd. The parent company is among the world’s largest manufacturers of dye-sublimation media for photo and card printers. It also makes thermal transfer ribbons for barcode printers.
Moreover, DNP IAM has a broad selection of solutions for the photo retail market. It offers products that address photo retailer’s, photo event imaging operators and also system integrator’s specific business goals. Manufacturing, sales, as well as the development offices of dye-sublimation media for photo printers are located in Concord, North Carolina.