Joe Connell on 06 Mar, 2017 10:09 PM
I must not understand your question.... ???
I am thinking you have the Boxes on the left that hold the
photos taken and that is what you want to be turned off... That is
done in the Screen Settings Ctrl+2 check the Preview Only and they
will be gone.
If Not... Can you send a screen shot of what you are talking about
and tell me what you want not to be seen.
on 15 Mar, 2017 01:49 PM
Remember me? Well, your tip about screen overlay doesn´t worked so well...
I made a DARK picture to cover the video window and worked fine, but when I
printed the photo.. guess what... the photo cames DARK too, obviuosly :)
My project is a mirror... instead of a booth, the webcamera is hidden
behind a mirror, and the people don´t must to see the video from the
webcam, just the image from the mirror reflection, understand?
This could be perfectly resolved for me if the Spark software has one more
option like this:
This option will marked on in standard... When I checked out this option,
the video window will not appear when the photo session begin...
Can you discuss my request with the developer team, please, to see if its
Thanks for your kindly attencion and sorry my bad english :)
There is a "None" theme in that version that you can select in the Start
Screen settings (press ctrl-2). Also that version works better for Portrait
monitors, go to Settings (press ctrl-1) > Premium > General > Photo Sizes >
There is a Mirror Booth mode coming in a future update, but those settings
should help for what you are trying to do for now.
NOTE: The Mirror Booth feature ... when / and if it is created will be a totally separate software due to the type of features required for the Mirror Booth concept would be confusing to normal booth users.
As for when.... long time down the road...
We are still tied up with 5.0 finishes so it can be released.