Booth can record high quality video using SLR cameras that support
video recording. The camera must have a memory card with sufficient
space for the recordings. Most Canon cameras allow Booth to copy the
video off of the camera and save it to the computer then delete it from
the card. For Nikon you will need a card large enough to hold all of the
videos for the event. Most SLR cameras will record video in Booth in
any camera mode (P, M, A, T). The sound is recorded using the microphone
built into the camera. Some cameras like the Canon T3i have a port for
an external microphone but others like the T3 do not. Video recording is disabled in the trial version and does not work with the Powershot series.
Here is a free sample event to help you get started.
Darkroom Booth2 release 2.0.523 and above now has the ability to adjust the frame rate of video playback to produce a slow-motion effect. This feature is available to any supported Canon or Nikon SLR that supports video as well as GoPro cameras. The ...