Joe Connell on 12 May, 2018 01:41 PM
NO, that is not how it is set up to work.
1) You can have ONE computer running the photo booth mode
2) and a second computer running Kiosk mode
... this gives you separate stations for the guest/users to do
two different functions without tying up the photo booth service
OR you can have the photo booth do it all during each session
for the guest/users to take the photos and THEN spend additional time
in the booth for any social media they choose for uploading....
...this would slow down the photo booth usage for people
who only want to take photos.
But it works way well for a booth that is not used at events where
the people are lined up to use the photo booth (like weddings, parties, etc)
but for use at a Bar, Mall, or any single use type set up.
YES it has been well tested in all types of set ups and
can do what is needed for each one depending how your booth will be used.
on 12 May, 2018 02:39 PM
I figured out the way. I installed DSLR for nikon application and second Sparkbooth 5 application. DSLR for Nikon is getting photos in booth mode on one touch screen and Sparkbooth 5 is showing them in second touch screen in kiosk mode on the same PC.
If I buy DSLR license, can I use it to activate both applications?