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    camera ready, camera-ready - repro[duktions]fähig, druckfertig

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    camera ready, camera-ready Druckw. Adj. - repro[duktions]fähig, druckfertig Adj.

    Beispiele/ Definitionen mit Quellen
    "Camera Ready is a common term used in the commercial printing industry meaning that a document is, from a technical standpoint, ready to "go to press," or be printed. [...] first used in the Photo Offset printing process, where the final layout of a document was attached to a "mechanical" or "paste up." Then, a stat camera was used to photograph the mechanical [...] many printers now use technology to take these digital files and create printing plates from them without use of a camera and negative. Despite this, the term "camera ready" continues to be used to signify that a document is ready to be made into a printing plate."
    ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Camera_ready )


    "If desired, I can deliver a camera-ready file for the translated book."->"eine druckfertige Vorlage"
    "the common practise of having to hand in a so-called camera-ready copy of the manuscript (formatting by the author according to certain design directives)"->"Abgabe eines sogenannten reproduktionsfähigen Manuskripts"
    "camera-ready exhibition logos"->"reprofähige Messelogos"
    ( alle via: http://linguee.de/search?query=camera-ready )

    Verfasseräöüß25 Jun. 10, 16:20
    Vorschläge

    camera-ready

    Druckw. -

    druckfertig



    Kontext/ Beispiele
    DWDS:
    druckfertig /Adj./ fertig zum Druck: beim Verlag ein d. Manuskript vorlegen;

    Duden:
    druck|fer|tig : fertig zum →Druck.
    Kommentar
    'Camera-ready' is spelled with a hyphen. Other than that: supported.

    @äöüß: Please quote several reliable references in both languages for your proposals as required by the submission form. Wikipedia's misspelling of this term demonstrates why it is not considered a reliable source.
    #1Verfasseroreg (353563) 25 Jun. 10, 23:00
     
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