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martin

28 Dec, 2017 05:34 PM

I know this has been the subject of discussion before, but I'm trying to produce photos that will go in a keyring.
The keyrings are 35mm x 25mm.
I prefer to use the square picture option as I do have a professional keyring photo cutter that will cut out any area that I want...so I could have an image that is 35mm x 35mm.

Is there a way to do this on a 6x4 ?
Thanks

  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by John Wu on 28 Dec, 2017 06:30 PM

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    You can use the layout editor to create a new 4 x 6 layout, and size and
    position the photo to fit your photo cutter.

  2. Support Staff 2 Posted by Joe Connell on 28 Dec, 2017 06:37 PM

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    Let me know if you need help... I helped create the layouts for Buttons and this is the same process... just need to set up your layout with the Keyring photos best for cutting with your cutter.

    We can Skype if needed ... my Skype name is ccuvideo or email used for Skype is [email blocked] send a Contact Request in Skype and we can get 'er done

  3. Support Staff 3 Posted by Joe Connell on 28 Dec, 2017 06:59 PM

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    We will need to have an OVERLAY so the people in the booth
    know where to stand to be in the photo.
    Your photo size for this keyring is
    35mm = 132.283464567 pixels
    25mm = 94.488188976 pixels
    ...seems awful small for a photo...
    can you attach the cutter template that came with your cutter?

  4. 4 Posted by martin on 31 Dec, 2017 07:40 PM

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    Hi Joe....I sorted the keyring thingy put...thanks.

    Could you please email me my Sparkbooth Premium keycode again as I cant find the original payment email attachment.

    Thanks
    Martin

  5. Support Staff 5 Posted by Joe Connell on 31 Dec, 2017 08:38 PM

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    check your email and the last post...

    Martin,

    You can have your license info sent to you
    any time you need it in the Help tab Recover license
    I just sent it to your email [email blocked]

  6. 6 Posted by martin on 31 Dec, 2017 09:10 PM

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    Thanks Joe,
    I’ve got a pc with a Sparkbooth activation on it but I turned if on tonight and got a power surge, which “fried” something!
    Now the pc wont boot up....

    There is an activation on it that I cant de-activate.

    Have you any suggestions?

    I have one activation on a tablet (for the kiosk)......one on the office pc for doing templates etc...and the one on the actual photobooth pc (the one that wont now boot up)

    Is there a way to de-activate all activations and re-activate?

    Sorry for buggin you on your birthday!!

    Martin

    ps: its 3 hrs to midnight here!

  7. Support Staff 7 Posted by Joe Connell on 31 Dec, 2017 09:22 PM

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    Yesterday was my BDay...

    You can Reset your Activations and get them all back
    and re-Activate the computers you want to use the 3 Activations in...
    read here...
    http://help.sparkbooth.com/kb/activating-and-licensing/resetting-ac...

    Just Download the software into a computer and when you Unlock,
    it will say you have no activations left and give you the option to RESET ...
    click OK and the 2 good computers will be deactivated and you just
    re-activate them with your license key and email..

  8. 8 Posted by martin on 31 Dec, 2017 10:08 PM

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    Joe,
    What is the best spec for a pc as would like to do green screen?

    AMD NVida?

    Martin

  9. Support Staff 9 Posted by Joe Connell on 31 Dec, 2017 10:14 PM

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    System Requirements: Windows (7 or later), compatible Canon or Nikon DSLR
    camera, 4GB or more RAM, and Intel i5 processor or better (2.5Ghz or faster)
    recommended

  10. John Wu closed this discussion on 05 Feb, 2018 06:15 PM.

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