Improved Options for Bluebeam Studio Sessions
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Just in case you haven’t heard Bluebeam has improved a few of its options for Studio Sessions.
In the past you were limited to 100 PDFs in a studio session. This was a definite restriction for many companies that often had projects sets exceeding 100 files.
Users were forced to combine their projects into a single PDF or multiple smaller sets in order to meet the 100 file restriction.
Two huge new features:
- The number of files in a session has now been raised from 100 to 5000.
- Individual file size went from 100 megabytes to one gigabyte each!
This should allow most companies the flexibility they need to share their files in a studio session without having to change any of their workflows.
Plus Bluebeam Revu iPad 3.0.8 iOS 9 Compatibility:
Revu iPad now officially supports iOS 9.
- Overall Improvements.
- Stability improvements and bug fixes.
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