I'll try and be more specific - when moving in front of camera there is a
delay seems very jumpy. pictures turn out fine, not blurry.
sorry this probably doesn't help much - since its a movement issue I can't
send a sample - lol
thanks for your quick response
Joe Connell on 17 Feb, 2017 05:03 AM
YES that does help...
So it appears you are using a webcam.
What version of the software are you using?
Personal - Premium - DSLR
When using a webcam you will get what's called motion blur
if the people/person is moving when the photo is taken.
[see sample attached]
the third photo has that blur... due to movement
The cure is to tell them not to move when the count down
reaches 1... only other way to prevent this is using a DSLR
(and you would need the DSLR version of the software)
where a flash is used and there is no motion blur.
Regarding the Jumpyness... you may need to adjust the Frame
in the camera settings (Ctrl+3) to a lower number 15-18 that may
help prevent this.
Actually I'm using Canon EOS - the lagging I experience when I had a webcam
Photo Booth am trying to avoid that with the cameras I'm using - just feel
like I'm missing something - camera is in (M) mode vs. (AF) mode hoping the
focusing issue would not be the problem.
Jorge Oliva on 17 Feb, 2017 01:51 PM
Hi Karen just to check your system information can you open
spark booth then press the Ctrl, shift, 9 key at the same time and
send the info to us. this will help to check how the program is