Maintenance update to fix a couple issues:
- Fix Flickr uploader
- Prevent resizing of fullscreen window
The commercial version of Sparkbooth is almost ready for testing. This version of Sparkbooth will have additional features that are useful for commercial user. To start, you will be able to enter a custom Facebook app id, so the name and url on "via" share links can be customized for the Facebook and Guest Facebook uploaders. The default album name will also be changed to your custom name. Later updates will include customization of Twitter upload links, and other useful features.
If you are interesting in testing and providing feedback for this new version of Sparkbooth, please click the Sign Up. This beta is only open to existing Sparkbooth customers, so please sign up using your license key email. Sign up for this beta has closed.
You will be unable to purchase Sparkbooth on April 19th, 2012 from 9:00pm to 11:00pm PST, since PayPal will be down for maintenance during that time. This will not affect activations or trial of Sparkbooth.
Not all webcams are built the same, so it is important to use the right webcam when setting up your photo booth with Sparkbooth. Here some quick tips and resources to help you with decisions and setup:
With the new "Send It Later" feature, you can now queue up photos to be uploaded at a later time. This is great if you don't have an internet connection available during your event. Photos and prompted information will be automatically saved. Post-event when you do have access to the internet, you can select an uploader and send all the queued photos. Note: "Send It Later" will work with all the uploaders except for the Guest uploaders.
Or upgrade to Sparkbooth 3.5 or later which has controls to adjust the distortion.
With Mac computers, the Adobe AIR 3.2 update changes the proportion of the video for Sparkbooth. For this reason, I do not recommend installing Adobe AIR 3.2. If you have already installed the update and are seeing the changed video proportions, here is what you need to do:
I need help testing the "Send It Later" feature in Sparkbooth 3.4. This new feature will allows you to queue up photos, and send them later when you have an internet connection.
If you find any issues, please send me a message
If you are running the developer preview of Mac OS X 10.8 Mountain Loin, you may have problems getting Sparkbooth to run on that operating system. It looks like there is an issue with Adobe AIR and the "Automatic Graphics Switching" feature in Lion. Here is what you need to do:
Minor maintenance is now available. Changes include: