Definitions for "Proofing"
Keywords:  dough, yeast, baked, recipe, bread
term for starting a yeast culture to an active state in order to lessen lag time.
The final rising period before baking for yeast doughs that have been molded.
Defined as any fermentation that takes place after forming the loaf. Dough that is fully proofed should have doubled in volume. The term "rise" can be used interchangeably.
When an image is either printed out to check its quality, known as hard proofing; or when previewed on a monitor to simulate its final output, known as soft proofing.
Final comparison of a printed press sample with bluelines, artboards, original photographs, color mark-ups and other customer instructions to assure that the job is printing exactly as the customer intends.
Frequently used instead of "proving," denoting the operation of pulling proofs of plates for proofreading, revising, trail, approval of illustrations, and other purposes preliminary to production printing. In lithography, print proofs (photoprints) are used to check layout and imposition when plates are made from flats and colors.
Keywords:  ocr, pdf, errors, intermediate, induced
An intermediate stage in the production process when pages are checked for errors and corrected.
a service by which the resulting OCR text or PDF file is repaired for errors induced by the electronic process.
Keywords:  textile, flame, afford, insects, fire
The treatment of a textile to afford protection against fire, flame, water or insects.
In the context of catalog design and creation, proofing is a process of verifying pages or spreads in a catalog for layout, design, content or styling. Organizations go through a few cycles of proofing. Each proofing cycle has an objective depending on the type of catalog that the organization produces. More Info