Offer your guests a choice of print borders or overlays on the signing/drawing screen.
Updated 19 November 2019
Guests enjoy personalizing their prints by drawing on them, adding virtual props and emoji, and adding a border or overlay. We call this adding a ‘frame’ to the print. This tutorial works with
Note: This tutorial was updated on 12 November 2019.
Select Advanced Settings, then Output Options Settings. Check the box marked Sign or draw on photos before printing, and OK as you leave.
Select Advanced Settings, then the Output tab. Select Output Settings and check the box marked Sign or draw on photos before printing, and OK as you leave.
Select Settings. In the General tab check the box marked Drawing and signing of photos, and OK as you leave.
Your frames should be png images the same size in pixels as the print layout. Place them in the PhotoboothImages folder* for the event. The name of each frame must start frame_ as below:
*Kiosk calls the PhotoboothImages folder Folder containing screen images. When you customize the Kiosk interface you need to create a new folder containing your custom images. Point Kiosk to your screens folder in the General settings tab.
I also customized the icons to the left of this screen by placing my own images in the PhotoboothImages folder. You can customize all these icons in the same way. Make this screen your own.
When the photos have been taken, guests can decorate the print using the frames you included in the PhotoboothImages folder:
To display white frames and emoji, switch to the new mid gray background on the signing and drawing screen. The icons to the left of this screen are now monochrome on a white background.
To change the backgroound color, hold down Shift + Ctrl, and left click the mouse.
Guests love to sign, write messages and decorate their own prints. At a busy event, their enthusiasm for this can lead to long lines waiting to use the booth. Moving this feature to Kiosk has several advantages
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