SnapShot Studio Professional
SnapShot Studio Professional
1.8

5.0

SnapShot Studio Professional free download for Mac

SnapShot Studio Professional

1.8
13 April 2015

Professional photo booth software (was SnapShot Studio Photo Booth).

Overview

SnapShot Studio Professional (was SnapShot Studio Photo Booth) is a more than a breeze to set up. It is a powerful photo booth solution for Mac. Finally - a professional photo booth that is as easy to set up as it is fun to use!

Features

Global Features:

  • Set shutter count down interval.
  • Set "Ready" message Delay interval.
  • Show/Hide cursor (for touch screen use).
  • Webcam Support (For Mac OS, camera settings are directly accessible though Preferences Window).
  • DSLR PTP Remote Capture.
  • Play/Mute coundown and shutter sounds.
  • Toggle Setup Wizard On/Off.
  • Set Administrator Password to protect from unauthorized access to preferences or quitting application.
  • Toggle available print layouts on/off.
  • Create, Delete, and Edit Print Layouts.
  • Print Counter.

Photo Booth Capture Window:

  • Layout Features
  • Base your print layout off of 14 presets.
  • Name your print layout.
  • Choose Save Destination of your composited and individual photos.
  • Toggle Printing on/off.
  • Toggle dupliate printing on/off.
  • Set duplicate print count.
  • Use your own custom thumbnail for print layout display.
  • Set custom page overlay, background, and banners.
  • Apply green screen masking to individual images.
  • Apply color adjustment and effects like sepia, black/white, auto-levels adjust, duo tones.

What's new in SnapShot Studio Professional

Version 1.8:

Note: SnapShot Studio Professional is currently on sale for $349.99..

New
  • [Canon] Added compatibility for EOS 7D mk ii
  • [Nikon] Added compatibility for D4s, D750, and D810 DSLRs.
  • [Nikon] If media card is present, images will automatically save to camera's media card.
  • [Nikon] AF detection per session added.
  • Added User selectable encryption for mail delivery (SSLv2,SSLv3, and TLS)
Updated
Fixed
  • Live View for Nikon D5200 should now work.
  • First attempt to correct shutter Lag with Nikon D700: Disabled Shoot mode checking.

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5 SnapShot Studio Professional Reviews

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Ilovemymac
27 January 2011

Most helpful

You have to install this via a .pkg file (sketchy), and during the install in launches the Terminal and does something weird and closes the Terminal right away. That's a bit sketchy to me. Apps shouldn't need to be messing with the Terminal to install. Subsequently, I immediately trashed the program and all associated files I could find. I'm not messing with this. It's too suspicious.
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Version 0.8.1
fuzzems119
25 October 2015
Amazing software for PROFESSIONALS - worth every penny - use it often for all my gigs. Works like a charm! Great customer support.
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Version 1.8
Mac-Mail
29 August 2012
A good quality digital camera would be around that price and the photos will be way better than any webcam photos. $299 for the app for webcam? It's better be producing better quality than shooting with a Hasselblad.
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Version 0.9.19
EndoLab
05 May 2011
Very cheap indeed !
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Version 0.9.0
Jhs
04 May 2011
A bit too pricey for my budget
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Version 0.9.0
1 answer(s)
info-333
info-333
20 November 2014
The software is geared towards professionals. I own a photobooth. This software was paid using one gig. Its too pricey for people who use this as a toy. This is a professional software that otherwise can make you money if you know how to use it properly.
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Ilovemymac
27 January 2011
You have to install this via a .pkg file (sketchy), and during the install in launches the Terminal and does something weird and closes the Terminal right away. That's a bit sketchy to me. Apps shouldn't need to be messing with the Terminal to install. Subsequently, I immediately trashed the program and all associated files I could find. I'm not messing with this. It's too suspicious.
Like (3)
Version 0.8.1
2 answer(s)
Allen Christopher, Inc.
Allen Christopher, Inc.
02 March 2011
SnapShot Studio Photo Booth uses Apple's own installer, PackageMaker, which is used to install ALL of Apple's titles- Nothing "sketchy" here. A shell script launches during post-install to do two things: • Archive old preferences that may not be compatible with your installed version. • Set correct privileges to the app and preferences. SnapShot Studio Photo installs its executable files in your /Applications/ Folder. SnapShot Studio Photo Booth installs preference files in your ~/Library/Preferences/SnapShot Studio Photo Booth/ folder. If there were anything questionable about my app, it would not have been approved by the good folks here @ MacUpdate. Should anyone have any questions, you can always contact me via email (listed in my profile) or via my site: http://www.allenchristopher.com/contact.php
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ultratiem
ultratiem
14 October 2011
Privileges should be set by the installer (read Xcode's Package Maker). As for running a shell script, that's a bit coarse from a coding perspective (for reasons outline my Ilovemymac). Better to add that function right into the app on first launch. It looks a lot better than having Terminal flash up after install. That's just sloppy actually...
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