Those with the Mac OS X platform will probably be familiar with the Photo Booth application. That’s a Mac OS X application with which you can take webcam snapshots, and adds some effects to them. Now you can also add that to Windows with the freeware PhotoBooth For Win7.
You can add the software to Windows from this page. Click on the Download button to save the RaR file. As it’s a RaR file you’ll also need to have the freeware 7-Zip utilty. Open 7-Zip and then click on the PhotoBooth RaR to open the window in the shot below.
Once launched, PhotoBooth will automatically detect your webcam. Click the Effects button to open additional options as below. There you can select Pencil Sketch, Thermal, Black and White, Pop Up, Comic Book, X Ray effects and more besides. In addition, the software has extra effects such as numerous backgrounds and mirror effects that aren’t available in the original PhotoBooth.
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On the left you can select to take a single snapshot or four rolled into one. Click on the button with the divided square to take four snapshots as below.
Now click the Camera button to take the snapshot. The timer counts down and takes the snap after three seconds. That snapshot is then added to the bottom of the window as in the shot below.
You can save the snapshots by selecting the Download button. Choose a suitable folder to save the snapshot to, and open it in a photo software package as below. Then select the software’s print option to print the photo to paper.
So now you can take a variety of snapshots with your webcam in Windows with PhotoBooth For Windows 7. Note that the software has only been developed for Windows 7, and not any previous editions of Windows.
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This tip doesn't work on my machine. I can't deselect 'Flip' in this Patch. What's wrong?
I'm just guessing at what your trouble may be. You need to uncheck the Flip box in the Macro Patch (upper) section of the Patch Parameters window, not the Flip box in the Flip (lower) section of the Patch Parameters window.
I do what with what? Patch? Macro? Upper? Lower?
Oh i'm soooo sorry. The patch parameters..
I'm familiar with Xcode and Interface Builder, but haven't used Quartz Composer for anything. It just seems that it's not my tool. ;)
Thanks for your support.
Good morning: I do not understand what means 'open the Effects.qtz file in Quartz Composer', what is Quartz Composer? The System proposes to open the file with Quick Time Player.
eliogiovanni - Milano, Italy
MacBook 2.0 - Snow Leopard
Quartz Composer is part of Apple's Xcode tools. See link above. However, I haven't yet upgraded to Snow Leopard, thus I cannot verify that the instructions (for Leopard and Photo Booth 2.0.3) will still work under Snow Leopard and its version of Photo Booth.
Snow Leopard's Photo Booth (3.x) cannot be modified due to Apple's code-signing the application. Nor will Leopard's Photo Booth (2.x) run under Snow Leopard. However, Leopard's Photo Booth (2.x) can be modified to run under Snow Leopard by altering two keys in the application under Contents >> Info.plist. In Info.plist, change CFBundleShortVersionString from 2.0.3 to 3.0.1 and CFBundleVersion from 77 to 117 to create a version of Photo Booth (2.x) that runs under Snow Leopard--and that can then be further modified for unmirrored Photo Booth movies as described in the original hint. (Making these same plist alterations to CFBundleShortVersionString and CFBundleVersion in Contents >> version.plist doesn't appear to make any difference one way or the other, though for consistency and perhaps stability one may also want to alter those two keys in version.plist, as well as version.plist's SourceVersion key from 770000 to 1170000.)
Note that if you run both PB 2 and PB 3, the photo tray that appears in PB will reflect only photos and movies created by the version of PB used to make them. Gta san andreas latest version highly compressed pc. However, all photo and movies, regardless of the PB version used, will be found in Pictures >> Photo Booth.
i'm sorry, i'm new to this forum and i have what might be a naïve question, but i ask the question WHY?
i've just got an iMac & i TOTALLY LOVE Photo Booth -
it makes recording video messages for friends etc almost 'real-time', this means something to me because i can remember when to do such tasks was very, then quite time consuming
- but i can't see why Apple haven't addressed this issue, who in there right mind would want to send mirrored images (other than as a EFX.)
hopefully they'll make an update an fix this single detracting aspect from an utterly, utterly GREAT application.
using pb 3, the unmirrored function can be found under the Edit>Flip photo menu. this to be carried out after selecting the photo to be edited.