Darkroom Booth for iPad supports AirPrint. As most industry standard dye-sublimation printers do not natively support AirPrint, we suggest using a device such as the Airkonv. The Airkonv enables AirPrint printing on dye-sublimation without the need for a print server or the use of automation software.
You can purchase an Airkonv from Photo Booth Emporium here
Setting up Airkonv
For details on how to set up the Airkonv, please visit:
Using AirPrint on Darkroom Booth for iPad
Once an image has been captured on Darkroom Booth for iPad, the option for AirPrint can be found in share extensions, which are currently listed under ‘AirDrop’.
Those using Darkroom Booth Pro have the option to white label their app - including the renaming of share buttons. So, if you prefer, you could rename ‘AirDrop’ to ‘Print’.
For best compatibility with the AirPrint modules, template size for the iPad app should be sized for 1845x1239.
Once the user has selected AirPrint from share extensions, they are able to select which printer to send the image to, and how many copies they would like. Once they are happy with their selection, they can press ‘Print’ and the photo will be sent to the printer.