AutoPrint automatically batch prints nearly any printable file, including many standard bitmap graphic file types, if preferred without any user interaction.
+ PDF documents are printed without the need of external applications
+ Send BMP, JPG, JPEG, GIF, PNG, TIF, TIFF (including multi-page) bitmap image files to any installed Windows-printer.
+ TXT LOG or similar raw text files are transferred through a Windows canvas.
+ Multiple standard page layout setups can be defined for each printer.
+ After successful output the input print-files are deleted automatically or saved in a user defined folder.
+ AutoPrint runs as full-size application, minimized to the system tray or as an unattended Windows32 service (Professional license)
+ Optionally add watermarks and header or footer text lines, including page numbers, file names and more.
+ Access any shared printer within your LAN or WAN.
+ NEW: Print preview for graphic files including skip options
+ NEW: AutoPrint acts as a receiving host system for Android mobile devices.Install our Photos-On-Air app and there is only one
click left to show, store or instant-print your photos via WiFi.
AutoPrint runs in the background on a local computer or on a central Windows server system. On any connected computer one or more special file folders are assigned. Each folder is dedicated as a input file container for one of these printers, multiple folders for one singular printer with different driver settings are also possible. Any of these folders may be defined as public share to make it accessible for file by any operating system within the local or remote network.
Some user-application now sends a file to be printed (like Invoice.pdf or dosapp.prn) into one or more of these folders.
AutoPrint will pick up these files and send them to the corresponding printer or screen and finally delete or store them.
If the storing destination leads to another pre-defined folder the files are led to the next printer and so on.
Text-files (*.txt) files are handled by AutoPrint directly.
Image-files (*.bmp, *.jpg, *jpeg, *.tif, *.tiff, *.gif *.png) are processed and transferred by AutoPrint.
The printout of typical ASCII text-files (like *.bat, *.ini, *log) are printed with a font as choosen by the user.
PDF-document-files are printed through an internal rendering engine without the need of any external application.
Raw print-files (like *.prn or any other) have to be built for a certain printer type. That means, the generating application has to deal printers internal language first!
OS : Windows NT / XP / Vista / Windows 7 / Windows 8
Language : English