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Need a Graphics Image Printer for secured Graphics

Posted on 2004-10-17
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We provide a secured set of Images for licensing.  The end user can select and manipulate the image but can not save copy or print it.  I need a Graphics Image Printer procedure for these secured Graphics, something which I can control or track the number of prints.  It needs to have support for 24-bit as well as 32-bit CMYK images for any windows printer.  The end user can not be allowed to save or copy the images from it.

Help!!  I need this immediately as I have a Demo this week .  Every thing else is done but the method of printing we were to use was not secure.
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Question by:TerryAllred
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Jaime Olivares earned 500 total points
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I think the best alternative is to provide just thumbails of your images in a "album" software, then software will have a print option as usual, images can be saved encripted in any database (online or offline), decrypted by your software and sent directly to user's printer (any model).
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If the end user can display the picture then it can't be protected against screen capture/print
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Make this...

But what asker want is impossible...
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