Purpose of the program

System requirements

Glossary of Terms

How to use the program:

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Lenticular sheet type

Image type

Loading images

Output image settings (image size, resolution, alignment marks, type, arrangement)

Output image settings (interpolation and canvas rotation)

Print image

Animated GIF creation




Pitch Test

Two-flip image (settings)

3D image (settings)

Printing in Photoshop

Resulting file size limitation


Printing in Photoshop

The result of printing with lanscape orientation may differ from the printing with portrait orientation. Compare prints with rotation one non-rotated before printing and another rotated 90 degrees before printing and choose the better print.

Remember Inkjet Printers are most accurate when printing across the page left-to-right or right-to-left. The print head moves in this direction and lays down ink drops (inkjet printers) at a resolution called Dots-Per-Inch (DPI). The paper itself moves through the printer less precisely as the stepper motor feeding the paper through the Printer is not as accurate or finely controlled as the print head movement.

This is the reason that Printer manufacturers declare their printers with 2 values for dpi resolutions: 2400x1200 for example.

The higher number represents the dpi capability across the paper (the pecision of the print head movement) and the lower resolution is the precision of the dots down the page due to the control of the motor feeding the page through the printer.

By considering this when orientating your pictures for use in PhotoProjector to create an interlaced final image and by using Photoshop afterwards to rotate the final interlaced image 90 degrees before printing or not, you can determine the optimum arrangement to print your image to work most effectively with your screen.

You may need to experiment a little to learn the best methods for your printer and image.