Booth ( Webcam + Windows)
Support & Help

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Product Details

Current Version: 2.5
Released: 23 September 2019
Platforms Supported: Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7
Cameras Supported: Web cameras with Windows 10, 8 and 7 drivers including web cams integrated into Windows laptops
Trial version: 15 days, fully featured.
Free upgrades: 12 months from purchase

Do you have ready made print templates I can use?

SMOVE have kindly provided two sets of print templates which are free for Breeze customers to use.
Download 6 x 4 templates here
Download 6 x 8 templates here

Does Webcam Photobooth support cameras built into a laptop?

Yes, you can either use a separate web camera or the one built into a Windows (10, 8 or 7) laptop.

What spec computer do I need to run the program?

Breeze software is very efficient. Booth (Webcam) runs on low powered Windows computers running Windows 10, 8 or 7. It may run more quickly and print faster on a more powerful machine. The software is also incredibly flexible. You can use it in many ways to produce and share photos, animated GIFs, and videos. Some operators demand lightening fast results, others offer a more leisurely service. This short post will help you choose the right computer to power your booth.

Can I match my booth lighting to the current screen?

Yes. You can find instructions to control booth lighting using either a Phidgets relay board (PhidgetInterfaceKit 0/0/4) or an I-PAC LED driver board here

How do I compress the MP4 video files created from AVI files?

Webcam Photobooth saves videos as uncompressed AVI files which can result in large file sizes. This script automatically monitors the video output folder for new AVI files and creates a compressed MP4 copy of the video in the subfolder named video_MP4.
The script can be downloaded from Webcam_Photobooth_video_convert.zip and is supplied "as is" without any warranty

Why can't I upload images to Facebook?

Facebook withdrew the permissions required to upload photos from a desktop app in response to the Cambridge Analytica scandal in 2018. It is no longer possible to upload photos to Facebook directly from DSLR Remote Pro. Photos can be shared on Facebook by emailing or texting them to users where they will be able to share them using the Facebook app running on their own device. Alternatively upload the photos to a website or microsite and provide sharing links to allow users to share the photos on Facebook when they view the page on their device.