image-out-format

Indicates which type of image data InfoPrint produces.

GUI label

Image out format

DSS

PSF, InfoPrint 2000

Type

Resettable, single-valued, per-document

Allowed Values

For PSF, you can enter one of these fixed values:

Fixed Value Explanation
ioca-uncompressed InfoPrint produces all image data in the Image Object Content Architecture (IOCA) uncompressed format.
im1 InfoPrint produces all image data in IBM's IM uncompressed format. This image format prints on all InfoPrint printers.
io1 InfoPrint produces all image data in the Image Object Content Architecture uncompressed format.
io1-g4 InfoPrint produces all image data in the Image Object Content Architecture compressed G4 Modified Modified Read (MMR) format.
io1-mmr InfoPrint produces all image data in the Image Object Content Architecture compressed Modified Modified Read (MMR) format.
asis InfoPrint produces all image data in the same format as it is in the input file.

For InfoPrint 2000, you can only enter this fixed value: io1-g4

Default Value

io1-g4

Usage Guidelines

  • This attribute is valid only for GIF, JPEG, line-data, PCL, PDF, PostScript, and TIFF documents.
  • For the GIF, JPEG, PDF, PostScript, and TIFF document formats, the value derived from the color-bits-per-plane attribute overwrites the value of the image-out-format attribute.

  • InfoPrint validates and schedules jobs using this attribute against the destination attribute image-out-formats-supported.
  • If the image-out-format attribute is not specified for a document, the io1-g4 value is used for the transform when the io1-g4 value is found in the image-out-formats-supported actual destination attribute. If the io1-g4 value is not found in the image-out-formats-supported actual destination attribute, InfoPrint uses im1 for the transform output format.