EscapeE 'eE' iconEscapeE can export files (see File formats list) to a wide range of formats for archiving pages and for printing jobs on other printers: see Choosing an export format. A comprehensive array of Configuration options enable you to export files which include features specific to the chosen format.

The whole file, just one page or a specified range of pages may be exported. You can elect to ignore some elements of a file – shading, images, fonts – to increase speed, reduce file-sizes etc. to suit your requirements (e.g. when archiving). An IDF control file may be used to combine several files (PCL, TIFF, PDF etc.), pages or clippings into one document. These IDF documents may be exported in the format that you choose. See About Composite documents and IDF.

You may set up data-fields in the document which can be logged in a separate file in addition to the original document, see Setting Log file options. The output file's name can be derived wholly or in part from the contents of a field; see Filenames and wild-cards. A Log file is particularly useful when dealing with large documents, e.g. for creating an index.

You may export the document only (in PDF, PostScript, TIFF, XPS, IMG, AFP, PCL format and, if you have the option installed, IPDS), both the document and the Log file, or the Log file only (in CSV, XML or Plain text format).

EscapeE supports TCP/IP input from a specified port and can send AFP, PCL, PDF and PostScript output via LPR. It can also send TIFF, IMG and PNG image files via LPR (this is especially useful for users of the RedTitan 'nPortal' spooler). It can be controlled remotely from a standard browser using the RedTitan nQ server.

You can export pages manually or you can set up the program to convert files automatically whenever a new file arrives in a given folder.

Expert users may set options from the command line, e.g. for batch operation.