I'm not sure of how helpful this info will be but you should have rec'd the plug in CD with your Snaplab; if not, you can go out on the internet and get it for free. Once you've done this, you should copy the Sony templates into to your SnapLab and from there you should be able to copy additional created templates to the SnapLab that you created in Adobe. You also need to save the Sony templates in your Photoshop plug in file and then transfer/export them from that file to the Sony SnapLab...at least that's what my instructions say. My problem is, I've completed all the template transfers but I don't know how to create a template in Photoshop. Can you help me? :o(
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This Problem is based on the Color Management so , The Perfect Solution for this problem is open the Photo or image etc in Adobe PhotoShop then goto Enhance->Adjust Color->Remove Color Cast , after removing the color cast , create a new layer for adjusting brightness , contrast & etc , then finally goto Image Size and change the DPI from 72 to 300 then save the image as JPEG or PNG etc , after saving the image close the Photoshop and open the image using Windows Photo Viewer and take the printout which will come as it is in the System
You need to copy the border you created in the border creater software to a border folder on you computer that you have created to store you borders in.There is a folder on the CD that came with the machine that
I would suggest you copy to your hardrive as this will need to then be copied to a compact flash card that is then installed in the expansion slot on the inside of the ribbon carrier door.If you save your new border to the folder on you hardive you can always back it up at anytime.If you
print different sizes you will need to create a border for each size of print. Once you have installed the card in the machine switch it on and
go to the print option screen and you will see the border ikon is not greyed out but now active simply select this option and the the border you require.Then it should print.
Could have a corrupt driver. Disconnect
the printer or at least be sure it is turned off. I'd do
both and when the CD software program asks you to connect the printer
to the USB port, do so and it should again work properly.
Hope this helps. Bud
it sounds like you need a driver update for your printer although the most recent seems to be for earlier OS on the website. I would contact Epson and see what they can suggest if you want to continue to use this printer. I think though that you may have to consider printing to PDF format as a step you may have to accept.
I spent a week figuring this answer out. First Do not use the supplied software from HP for this, unless simple text is okay for you. I personally found the software to try to do everything, but nothing well. If you have even a modest image application: Gimp, Photoshop, etc, create a new image at 4.5 inches x 4.5 inches. Set the ppi to 150 at least, 300 for High Quality and create you 'label' there, then go to print. 1. in print dialog box choose 'Preferences' 2. then choose 'printing shortcuts' 3. then choose 'print on CD/DVD' (DVD icon) (confirm in papersize on right that you are printing on a cd/dvd)
4Then pull down your CD/DVD tray flap on the HP printer and load up a CD to print on. Align it to the arrows, then press print.
As long as the image is 4.5" x 4.5" it will fill the DVD perfectly --especially if you download a 'Mask' template from any printer --which you could google to find one, but it is just to give you an Idea of your 'safe print' zones, and will really come in handy for high quality labels-- don't for get to turn off that 'mask' just before saving--if it's black, or better yet, make it white, then when you save the final image it will create a beautiful white circular edge on the image so that you can better preview and so that you won't waste ink!
When printing from programs like that, usually the "BEST" option is selected for the print quality.. Try going into the preferences and choosing a lower quality.
If that doesn't help, for Photoshop, you can "save for web and devices", choose PNG and then save to desktop, and use another program to print the file. Or when in the print dialogue, make sure "printer manages colour management"
Not too sure about Iphoto print settings, but there may be something in there.