How are Excel spreadsheets produced?
By default, DISCO will produce Excel files in their native format.
To override this default:
- On the New Production page, click Show advanced options.
- In the Document Format section, in the Produce the following file types as natives box, click the x to remove Excel.
Excel spreadsheets that were imaged in DISCO will now be produced as images for this production.
How does DISCO treat documents with multiple Bates stamps?
DISCO allows you to produce a document as many times as you'd like. DISCO will display all applied Bates stamps in the Bates Number column in the document list view.
Additionally, you can toggle between Bates-stamped images in the document viewer.
What are the options to produce color images?
DISCO produces images as they appear in the document viewer. When DISCO processes native files, it automatically generates PDF images that include color, if color existed in the native file. Otherwise, DISCO will use the images provided and will maintain them in their original state (either color or black and white).
By default, DISCO will produce color PDFs. However, you can choose to produce black and white TIFFs and color JPEGs. DISCO will scan each page for any color content, and create a JPEG image if any color is found.
To update image options:
- On the New Production page, scroll down and open the Document format section.
- In the Default document format dropdown, select a format option.
What does a slipsheet look like?
The slipsheet will be a Bates stamp page for any document you choose to produce as a native or withhold completely. Go to Productions > Document Format to customize your slipsheets along with your produced as native and withhold and slipsheet document selections.
Slipsheets will either be produced as PDF or TIFF images depending on your production settings.
What is the default DPI for produced TIFFs?
The default DPI (dots per inch) for produced TIFFs from DISCO is 300 (also the industry standard).
If you need to change the DPI, contact us.