1. Enable Overlay
    Check this to add an overlay to each incoming photo.  This can be used to automatically add frames or logos on top of photos.

  2. Overlay Template - Landscape
    This is the overlay file to be added to landscape photos.  It should be an 1800x1200 transparent png

  3. Overlay Template - Portrait
    This is the overlay file to be added to portrait photos.  It should be an 1200x1800 transparent png

  4. Enable Green Screen
    Check this to enable green screen or chroma key removal. Incoming photos will be processed and the green or chroma key will be removed and replaced with a different background.  The user will be able to choose from 6 different backgrounds that you can customize.  This means you can take your shots on the green screen and send the users over to the kiosk to select which background they want, rather than holding up the line. 



    Note: If you don't want the user to choose their background, only have 1 background in the green screen folder, each photo will be automatically processed with that single background.

  5. Auto Show Green Screen
    This will show the green screen options as soon as the user selects their photo, before the filters (if filters are also enabled).  Disabling this will show the green photo first, and the user will have to select the Backgrounds button to display the images with green removed.

  6. Green Screen Overlays
    Enabling this will place another layer on top of the image after the green screen is removed, creating a sense of depth, like the users were standing behind something. The overlay should be a transparent png, the same size as the background, 1800x1200.  You will need to name your overlay file in a specific manner and place it in the same folder as the background it is associated with.


    "background_01-overlay.png" is the overlay for "background_01.jpg" and so on.  This will place the user in front of the Great Wall and then place the brick wall in front of them.



  7. Use Custom Chroma Key Color
    If you aren't shooting on green, you can define a custom chroma key color by entering the RGB values here

  8. Green Screen Background Folder
    This is where the green screen images are located.  The default location is C:\Program Files (x86)\Photo Booth Solutions\Photo Booth Connected\Assets\GreenScreen
    The backgrounds should be 1800x1200 jpgs.

    Note: If you don't want the user to choose their background, only have 1 background in the green screen folder, each photo will be automatically processed with that single background.

  9. Min/Max Tolerance
    With proper lighting, the default values of .1 and .3 should be fine for the min and the max.  Adjusting these values can compensate for problems removing the green consistently due to lighting.

  10. Blur/Expand Edges
    If the min/max settings don't help, you can also try expanding the selection by a a pixel or 2 and also optionally blurring the edges.  This doesn't always provide the best results, so try to work on the lighting and tolerance levels before resorting to these.