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Orange arrow The Primera software program does not start or crashes immediately after starting. (Any product or software).

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  If the Primera software program does not start or crashes immediately after starting, delete the following folders if they exist: At this location: C:\Users\<current user>\AppData\Local <current user> = The username currently logged into the computer. Delete these folders (not al...
Orange arrow How do I print from my Photo Booth Software to the IP60?

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  Photo Booth Software - What Works with IP60? Windows: Booth Junkie - https://www.boothjunkie.co.uk/ -Known Issue: Always prints two 2x6” photo strips when you select printing one. Breeze - https://www.breezesys.com/ (includes Webcam Photobooth, DSLR Remote Pro, Hotfolder Prints, Breeze K...
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Orange arrow Printing Direct From Your DSLR Camera (IP60)

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  The IP60 does not allow printing directly from a DSLR camera through Wi-Fi or direct USB connection. This includes protocols like PictBridge enabled cameras. However, there are a few options and workarounds for shooting and automatically printing. Tethered Shooting Most Camera manufacturers offe...
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Orange arrow Photos are on the top of a stack are a different color than those inside the stack.

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  Primera recommend removing photos from the tray and placing them on a table uncovered for at least 15 minutes so that they can dry evenly. If photos are left stacked in the tray, uneven color may appear on the edges photos lower in the stack. If this occurs, it is simple to fix: just leave the phot...
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Orange arrow Is the IP60 Compatible with Mac?

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  The IP60 is not currently compatible with the Mac OS. We do plan to offer a Mac driver in the near future. In the mean time, you can use Boot Camp to install Windows on your Mac. Boot Camp is a utility that comes with your Mac and lets you switch between macOS and Windows. Download your copy of ...
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Orange arrow Photos are printing with poor quality or poor color matching, streaks, banding, or missing colors. (IP60)

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  Many factors can affect the quality of the print. The following are listed in order from most likely to least likely: 1. Quality Setting. There are three printer settings which can affect quality. (Section 4B)- Print Quality - Increase to Better or Best.- Color Matching - Set to Vivid Photos for B...
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