DNP Imagingcomm America Corporation (DNP IAM) has announced the availability of a major software update for the SL620A™ Snap Lab and DS-Tmini™. The new version 3.3 software provides a range of enhancements to the photo system based upon DNP’s award-winning dye-sublimation printers.
As part of the update, the panoramic printing functionality has been enhanced to add a Collage-Making feature. This capability supports 2 to 30 images combined onto one panoramic print for any of the supported print sizes from 6×14-inch up to 8×32-inch. The feature presents a layout of the selected images in various sizes on the page. It allows the user to move the images around within the layout or rearrange them as desired. In order to improve user workflow, the existing collage image layout function for standard print sizes has been improved to accept as many as 20 images per page.
Other feature enhancements in version 3.3 include the ability to create popular 2×6-inch photo strips and the capability to delete orders after a print job has been completed in order to protect customers’ privacy. The new software update also provides enhanced security in any operating environment, and a password function has been added to the system in order to enter administration settings; offering two levels of access passwords: “Administrator” and “Operator.” An Administrator has access to all settings, and the Operator has configurable but more limited access to the settings and print job controls.
The SL620A all-in-one photo kiosk system combines DNP’s award-winning DS620A dye-sublimation photo printer and the DNP DS-Tmini™ order terminal head with customized software for an easy and intuitive workflow that provides wireless smartphone connectivity and the ability to create numerous photo products from high-quality prints to photo books. The system is scalable to add additional DNP photo printers for speed and variety of output print sizes.
Built with DNP’s specially designed DS-Tmini terminal head, the SL620A features a powerful quad core processor, a 10.1-inch high-resolution touchscreen panel and a wide range of media card readers, including Compact Flash, SD, Micro SD, Memory Stick, MS Micro, xD and USB ports. The kiosk also offers the ability to easily transfer and print any photo from iOS and Android smartphones via wireless or cable connectivity.
The SL620A Snap Lab software version 3.3 update is available immediately. Current owners can download now from the DNP website: http://dnpphoto.com/en-us/Support/Downloads/Drivers-Tools
For additional information on DNP’s professional photo printing solutions, please visit: www.dnpphoto.com/printers/.
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