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Purpose of the program

System requirements

Glossary of Terms

How to use the program:

(Please read)

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


3D image (settings)

Lenticular sheet type: choose the necessary lenticular sheet, set the correct Lenses per inch in database.

Image type: set the views number is equal to pixels per period. Pixel per period = (printer resolution)/(lenticular frequency). Use this formulae to define the Pixel per period. Often we get the real value, in this case we round this value. For example, 75 lpi lenticular and 720 dpi print resolution. 720/75 = 9.6. Round to 10. Choose Depth is equal to 0.

Sometimes, views number is less two (three, four...) times than pixels per period. In this case, set the pixels per period is two (three, four...) times more.

Edit Queue: load views, first view must be left view. Use the button Invert list, if first view is right.

Set the image size in cm, set the print resolution, Alignment Mark size... and Nesting....

Type = 3D, click Settings... to change the Exposure. For example, I set 0.67 for lenticular sheet 62.4 lpi LPC.

You can set Type = Flip. Flip-type is for flip and 3D images too.

What interpolation? Bicubic, bilinear, by neighbor? I think, better is Bilinear.

If you see Moiré in your final image when viewed under the Lenticular Screen, you can rotate the canvas in PhotoProjector to eliminate the moire. Select Rotate canvas and set the necessary angle.

How to define the necessary angle? Print the one frame (not interlaced image, only one frame), put and rotate the lenticular sheet, find the angle with minimum moire and set this angle for rotating canvas. Set the best setting for lenticular print, highest resolution. You must not straighten the image when printing it!

If you see Banding in your final image when viewed under the lenticular screen, please select Bilinear Interpolation.

Also see Trouble-shooting!

Don't forget Save project. Click Create interlaced image and Print image.... Interlaced image is saved on hard disk, and you can print it with any graphic application.