Stone Design has released an update for PStill, bringing it to version 2.5.3. PStill is a utility designed for converting images to the PDF format. The update features support for postermaking modules for large PDF file printing. According to Stone Design:
Stone Design Ships PStill 2.5.3 with PDF redistillation, PDF chaining, N-pages Up, New Engine And Postermaking!
Stone Design today shipped a new version of PStill(tm), its PostScript(R) to Portable Document Format (PDF) conversion program. Just added is a complete Postermaking module to let you turn any single page PDF into a large poster, that is tiled to allow printing on standard printers.
PStill for Mac OS X puts an easy to use, drag and drop interface on top of the PStill Conversion Engine, developed and enhanced by Frank Siegert for over 14 years. Users can drag in a PS, EPS, PDF, or image file, and drag out the PDF result. In addition, PStillis EPS filter lets users view EPS as antialiased PDF in any Mac OS X application that supports filter services.
You can find more information about PStill update at the Stone Design Web site. PStill 2.5.3 is free for registered users, while the full version is available for US$69.00.