Any commercially available RIP software can be used to generate print data.

The abbreviation RIP stands for Raster Image Processor.

RIP software converts layout data, which is usually generated by a graphics program and delivered in the form of a PDF or Postscript file, into bitmap data.

The input data often consists of vector-based elements such as fonts and line graphics as well as embedded image data described by pixels in the RGB or CMYK color model.

Depending on the requirements, RIP software can generate single or multi-color print data with the desired target resolution.

The software should be able to create rasterized color separations and save each of these as a 1-bit Tiff file on a data carrier.

This applies to all software packages known to us.

If you give us details about your application, we will be happy to help you find a suitable solution.

Of course, 1 Bit Tiff data can also be created with any image processing software.