EPS job detection
Special settings are available to ensure that your EPS jobs are output correctly.
You can change the following:
The length of time that Command WorkStation waits to receive all job separations
By default, when you load a separated job, Command WorkStation waits five seconds before assuming that the job is complete. However, large-volume, separated EPS jobs may require more time to process all color separations as one job. Conversely, composite jobs require less time.
The default input resolution
Occasionally, Command WorkStation has difficulty correctly extracting and interpreting the resolution of incoming PS and PDF files. Rounding down errors may cause a white edge along the right and bottom edges of images because of missing pixels. The problem occurs only in step-and-repeats, where a thin white line may be visible between images, even though no spacing is defined. Changing the default input resolution corrects the problem.