How to use Auto Print with a Multi Opening Border
This video will show you how to create and use Auto Print with a multi opening border.
- Create the border for the size print you want to use and insert as many photo openings as you want. Each opening should be numbered with a different number and Darkroom will add the photos based on the number. If you have openings with the same number Darkroom will insert the same photo in each one.
- Set up your camera to tether and in the Auto Print section of Capture Options. Check “After each photo is captured, create a print order containing these items:” then add the package item and check “Always use a border for this package item.” and choose your border from step one.
- As you capture images they will be added to the border and print after all image openings are filled.
- You can watch the border in action in the Photo Workshop by choosing the same border.
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