Howdy Boothers, Here is an example of how to span your screen template across multiple displays, a brand new option in Booth 3.0. In this case I used 2 horizontal 1080×1920 monitors stacked. This would also work the same way if you wanted to have your live-view on 50”TV and your buttons on a smaller

Slow Motion with Darkroom Booth

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Darkroom Booth makes it easy for you to add slow motion videos to your customer’s booth experience. For best results, we recommend videos to be shot at least 60 frames per second with adequate lighting. Our examples in the video were produced using a Canon T6i SLR camera and a GoPro Hero 4 combined with

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  The subjects are all standing in the same place. Because the subjects should all be standing in generally the same place and the camera does not move there should be no need to refocus. Using F11 should achieve a few feet of good focus. The further the point of focus is from the camera

A Wise Idea- Think Outside the Strip.

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Did you know… You can change the size of your print by clicking the “Print Photo” drop-down menu button. Offering other print sizes sets you apart from your competition. This is also a great way to up-sell and customize those extra special events. The best part is many of your printers already handle these larger

Many Darkroom Booth users have asked if Booth photo booth software can be used for a Mirror booth and the answer is yes and it isn’t hard at all. As you will see, the hardest part is coming up with the graphic elements. Here is a demonstration of video graphics created for use with Darkroom

  Creating a Boomerang-style animated gif with Darkroom Booth is easy and doesn’t require any special templates or add on software. Simply create a regular GIF and add a template for each photo in order such that they play forward and then in reverse. That way the GIF plays forward and then backward. For example

In this video Wally Carnes, Darkroom Software operations manager, demonstrates cables, connectors and USB hubs for event and photo booth printers, DSLR cameras, computers and tablets. He explains the different types of USB and video cables available and why it is important to always have back up cables and connectors. Have a question or funny cable

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Did you know… If you do not add a live-view to a screen template, Darkroom Booth will automatically use the next available photo object as the live-view. This is really helpful when you need the live-view to move throughout your screen template. This is also helpful if you have a single photo session and you

Did you know… You can style the dynamic text that shows up in the text tab by using the “Insert Special Text” button. By “Style” we are referring to font type, size, color, opacity, along with many other options. You can set your countdown to be 300 points and 50% transparent or while your start text is a different color,

  When we posted our Booth 2.5 Preview video with the screen shot above we received lots of questions about the photo booth set up in the picture. It is the Vu-2 Kit from Tether Tools. We like it for testing and demonstrating as all the components are visible and easy to adjust and remove.

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