A suite of invaluable tools for event photographers and photo booth operators. From tools that help format images, to specialist image uploaders and hashtag monitor, each tool is designed to save the user time and stress when it comes to managing a large batch of images.
Hotfolder includes 5 simple, yet useful programs. Used together, they become a powerful set of creative tools for live events.
automatically format and print photos
live feed slideshows
real time SmugMug galleries
real time 3rd Party galleries
download Twitter photos
Hotfolder Prints monitors a folder for incoming images (jpegs and PNG’s), then automatically formats them for printing, saving and/or emailing. Images can be sourced from a tethered camera, a cloud drive (Dropbox etc), shared network folder or a folder on your PC. Ideal for event photographers (real time, onsite printing), photo booths (reformatting for slideshows, sharing, printing) and photographers (batch processing of images).
The Twitter Hashtag Monitor monitors your event hashtags. When there’s a match, the images, captions and profile pictures will be automatically downloaded to your PC. Use Hotfolder Prints to then automatically format the images and print them. All in real time.
Use Breeze Viewer to run an auto updating, live feed slideshow of your images and GIFs. Run advertisements at preset intervals, apply image sharpening, image transitions and color effects. Pair it with Hotfolder Prints to create slides with multiple images and layouts.
Monitor incoming images and perform actions in real time
Design layouts for prints and digital images and save them as templates.
Integrate with 3rd party applications by using XML.
Apply Breeze HQ sharpening to images on the fly
Monitor incoming images from network drives, cloud storage and more
Easily share data between other Breeze software
The ability to upload to and download from third party applications such as Smugmug and Twitter is subject to each third party concerned continuing to allow such interactions.
These features are tested before they are released but may cease to function or be removed without notice if the third party concerned no longer allows such interaction, or changes the method/protocol required.