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Help & Support
Also known as DSLR Remote Pro
9 March 2023
|DSLR Remote Pro 22.214.171.124||Support Page|
Booth (Webcam + Windows)
Also known as Webcam Photobooth
Released: 1 July 2022
|Webcam Photobooth 2.6||Support Page|
Booth (iPad + iPhone)
Breeze Booth for iPad App, Event Editor 3.3, Hub 126.96.36.199, Camera Controller 1.1.5 and Web App.
Released: 22 March 2023
|Windows Companion Apps||Support Page|
Formerly known as DSLR Remote Pro Multi-Camera
Released: 18 January 2021
|Multi-Camera 2.1.3||Support Page|
Formerly known as Hotfolder Prints
Released: 15 September 2022
|Hotfolder Prints 1.8.3||Support Page|
Released: 15 December 2021
|Kiosk 2.1||Support Page|
Formerly known as Flipbook Photobooth
Released: 22 October 2019
|Flipbook 1.8.2||Support Page|
Formerly known as Breeze Browser Pro
Released: 24 March 2023
|BreezeBrowser Pro 1.12.4||Support Page|
Released: 24 March 2023
|Downloader Pro 2.6.4||Support Page|
MDB Payment Utility
Free utility for Breeze customers enabling touch free payment systems to be used with Booth (DSLR+Windows), Booth (iPad+iPhone) and Kiosk,
Released: 19 July 2022
|MDB Payment Utility 1.0.1||Support Page|
Existing customers can download copies of discontinued programs hereView Legacy Products
All our Windows apps are supported on Intel processors running running Windows 11 and Windows 10 (not Windows 11 S or 10 S). ARM/SQ1 processors are not supported.
Each Breeze Windows software license is a single user non-transferable license which can be installed on two computers, providing only one copy is used at once.
The second copy is intended for office or backup use, and does not allow two systems to be used simultaneously. The full End User License Agreement for using our software can be found here. The End User License Agreement is also displayed when installing the software, and you can find it in the installation folder for each application.
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If you offer fixed installation booths with a copy of Breeze software decide who will own it before buying the license. If you are renting out a booth with Breeze software (and may take it back if the agreement ends) then buy the license in your own name. If you are selling the booth with software, the license must be purchased in the end customer’s name.
Occasionally customers tell us they have been sold equipment with Breeze licenses issued in someone else’s name, usually the name of the person or business selling the equipment. Breeze licenses are only valid if they are issued in your name. If you use a license issued to someone else it may stop working without warning.
If your copy of Breeze software is obtained via a third party, please be aware that
A copy of the End User License Agreement for using our software can be found here. The End User License Agreement is also displayed when installing the software, and you can find it in the installation folder for each application.
If you buy equipment from a third party which includes Breeze software we suggest you check the registration details. If you are at all concerned that the license may not be valid for you to use, email email@example.com straight away. Include the registration name and code, and if possible a copy of your order/receipt. (Do not include any confidential information such as your credit card details.)
To check your registration start the program, click on “Help” then “Register”.
BreezeBrowser Pro 1.12.1 introduced support for displaying HEIC/HEIF images from iPhones, iPads and other mobile devices
March 2021: We don’t have plans to support 10 bit HDR PQ (HEIF) images at present.
You have opened a Breeze program and can see the icon in the toolbar across the bottom of your screen, but the program is nowhere to be found.
Hold down the SHIFT key and right click on the program icon. This should display a pop up menu. Select Move then move the Left or Right arrows until the program appears.
Note: This Windows glitch can happen if you attach an extra screen to the PC and then remove it.
... I’ve had the same experience as the rest that have replied. Going 9-10 years with Breeze webcam and DSLR. I’ve had issues, but not with the software. It was always the devices. It’s the main reason I’ve stuck with Breeze. It’s solid ... Breeze to me is a blank canvas. I can make any user interface and experience with it
I have used Breeze for almost 7 years on multiple booths. It is rock solid