Please note that Impressario and the Impressario Developer's Kit (collectively, “IMPR”) includes Adobe Systems, Inc. Configurable PostScript Interpreter (“CPSI”), also known as “psrip,”and is subject to the restrictions set forth below, as well as those set forth in the Silicon Graphics, Inc. Software License Agreement that accompanies Impressario.
IMPR may be used to develop device drivers for any of the output devices specified in Table H-1.
Designated Output Device
Color Stylus, Stylus Pro, Stylus Pro XL, Color Stylus II, Color Stylus IIs, 9 pin, 24 pin
LaserJet IIP, IIP+, III, IIIP, 4, 4L, 4P, 4 Plus, 4V, 4Si, 5L, 5P, 5Si
9160, 9170-1, 9170-2, 9080
ColorPoint™ CH6104, ColorPoint 2™ CH7214,
Phaser® II SX, Phaser III RX, Phaser 300 RX,
IMPR may be used to develop device drivers for any output device not listed in item 1 above, provided that such output device has a retail price of less than three thousand five hundred dollars ($3,500) U.S., and has an image data content of less then or equal to 600 bytes per inch, where image data content is determined by the formula below:
Image data Content (Bytes/Inch) = (Mres x B x C) / 8
Mres = Maximum device resolution in pixels per inch B = number of bits per colorant (the -B option to psrip) C = number of colorants per pixel (RGB would be 3, CMYK 4, etc.)
|Note: IF YOUR DRIVER DOES NOT MEET THE REQUIREMENTS SET FORTH ABOVE, THEN YOU DO NOT HAVE THE RIGHT TO USE OR DISTRIBUTE SUCH DRIVER IN CONJUNCTION WITH CPSI AS CONTAINED IN IMPR. IF YOU WISH TO REQUEST ADDITIONAL RIGHTS, PLEASE CONTACT:|
Silicon Graphics, Inc.
Digital Media Systems Division
2011 North Shoreline Blvd.
Mountain View, CA 94043