Downloads & Support

Download the latest versions of Breeze products and access individual product support pages

If your license is more than a year old you may need to buy an upgrade to use the programs on this page

Product

Downloads

Help & Support

Booth (DSLR + Windows)

Also known as DSLR Remote Pro

Released: 31 July 2019

DSLR Remote Pro 3.14.1 Support Page

Booth (Webcam + Windows)

Also known as Webcam Photobooth

Released: 23 September 2019

Webcam Photobooth 2.5 Support Page

Booth (iPad + iPhone)

Breeze Booth for iPad App, Event Editor, Hub and Web App.

Released: 30 September 2019

Event Editor 1.3.1 & Hub 1.0 Support Page

Multi-Camera

Formerly known as DSLR Remote Pro Multi-Camera

Released: 31 July 2019

Multi-Camera 2.1.2 Support Page

Hotfolder

Formerly known as Hotfolder Prints

Released: 9 September 2019

Hotfolder Prints 1.8 Support Page

Kiosk

Released: 25 June 2019

Kiosk 1.5.2 Support Page

Flipbook

Formerly known as Flipbook Photobooth

Released: 24 July 2019

Flipbook 1.8.1 Support Page

Browser Pro

Formerly known as Breeze Browser Pro

Released: 4 June 2019

BreezeBrowser Pro 1.11 Support Page

Downloader Pro

Released: 27 May 2019

Downloader Pro 2.6 Support Page

Legacy Products

Existing customers can download copies of discontinued programs here

View Legacy Products

Support Notes

Breeze Facebook Users Group

Join the Breeze user community on Facebook.

Fixed installations – whose name needs to be on the license and registration?

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.

Buying a booth/other equipment with Breeze software installed (Windows based software)

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

  • All Breeze software licenses are single user, non-transferable licenses
  • Each license allows the license owner to install the program on two computers, providing only one copy is used at any time.
  • Licenses and registrations for valid copies of the software are issued in the End User’s name, not the name of the vendor
  • Breeze have no special agreements allowing photo booth vendors to sell licenses in their own name
  • Breeze have no special agreements allowing photo booth vendors to sell one license/registration to several people

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 sales@breezesys.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”.

Just a quick note to say the photobooth ran absolutely perfectly on Saturday night - allowing me to resume the more traditional bridesmaid duties on the dancefloor :)

I was amazed at how well it went down, I was slightly apprehensive that people wouldn't "get" it and we'd get a load of passport photo mug shots - but I needn't have worried, everyone from age 2 to 101 had a go (including the photographer, the band, the bar staff...) Every time I went over there was a queue of (usually fairly elderly) guests patiently waiting their turn - decked out in feather boas and elton glasses. Eventually the bride and groom had to pull rank just to get in the thing!

Trish McDonough

I so enjoy using BreezeBrowser for selecting my images for competition. A wonderful product.

Gillian