Did you know that there is a new version of Darkroom Software? It was a soft and quiet launch but version 9.2 of Darkroom Core and Darkroom Professional is now available! Below is a summary of some of the new features included in version 9.2. The most requested and for us the most exciting feature

“I’ve been using different photo booth software and I want to upgrade to Darkroom Booth. Will my old print templates work with Darkroom Booth?” Yes! We’ve helped many photo booth owners and operators make the switch to Darkroom Booth and one of their favorite features has been how easy it is to create screen and

We have many users that offer their customers a thumb drive (or CD) of images after their photo booth event. This task only takes a few clicks of the mouse – here’s how. First, select the event to export then click on either the Photos or the Prints Tab (Photos are the original individual images

Here’s a cool trick that is popular at events and tradeshows. You can have Darkroom set to receive photos by email and print them automatically. These instructions show you step by step how to automatically save attachments of emails as they arrive and using Darkrooms Hot folder feature have them print unattended. For the current

This video will give an overview of the Event Presentation mode in Darkroom. Event Presentation mode can be used alone on a single computer or in combination with Darkroom Pro as a server and Core on Presentation stations to scale up to very large crowds.

Darkroom 9.1 Promo Borders

Monday, 01 April 2013 by

See the Darkroom 9.1 Promotion borders from Synchroplex in action and learn about advanced template features.

This video will show you how to create and use Auto Print with a multi-opening border. Create the border for the size print you want to use and insert as many photo openings as you want. Each opening should be numbered with a different number and Darkroom will add the photos based on the number.

Panoramic team photos are a popular item among high school and college teams and using Photoshop can be time consuming to do. As a challenge to defend Darkroom’s statement on our website “Minutes in Darkroom = hours in Photoshop” I am going to duplicate a cheer squad panoramic that was done in Photoshop and took

Recommendations for networking two or more computers together. The most reliable way to connect machines is via a wired network, preferably using a Gigabit network for the best performance. The computers need to be on the same “workgroup” so they can see each other. Right-click on My Computer, go to properties, then computer name to

This article contains information on setting up your Darkroom computers for a network environment. Procedure 1. On the server computer right click on my computer and click on properties 2. Click on the tab called computer name and note the full computer name and the workgroup/domain name. Click okay to dismiss these windows. 3. Now