PDF3D Confirms Adobe Reader X Improved Features & Compatibility

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Adobe® Reader X (version 10) offers more secure viewing, comment markup of PDF3D® generated highly compressed 3D documents.

Visual Technology Services confirms compatibility of PDF3D® Version 2 with the latest Adobe® Reader X (version 10) including high performance PRC (Product Representation Compact) encoding for 3D models. The latest Adobe Reader X can open and display any 3D PDF document using the new "Protected Mode" for improved security, plus enabling markup commenting tools which can be saved and shared with others. Employing PDF3D geometric tolerance based PRC encoding; Acrobat® and Adobe Reader X compatible 3D generation is available with immediate effect.

Coupled with the latest viewing platform, PDF3D documents may now be protected for more secure environments, while allowing full 3D interactive menus, animation, annotations following ISO-24517-1:2008 PDF/Engineering draft standard. The new security of "Protected Mode" helps safeguard software and data from potentially malicious attacks. Comments, notes, and review feedback can now be saved to file as highlighted bubbles, sticky notes, or highlighted text on any PDF page and distributed to remote members of a review team.

PDF3D (http://www.pdf3d.com) generates 3D PDFs using the PDF3DReportGen desktop application or with PDF3D-SDK (Software Development Kit) on Windows® and Linux 64-bit platforms serving the needs of technical, scientific, aerospace, general machinery, automotive and manufacturing communities, as rich 3D PDF documents with Adobe Reader X compatible compression enable greatly expanded workflows, make new applications possible and extend the reach to remote enterprise teams and clients.

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