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YES! And it's as easy as copy and paste. Log in to your Banti account and click the "Help" tab for details. If you have a Wordpress site, try Banti Album Proofing wordpress plugin for seamless integration.
We also allow you to use your own domain name for proofing. Here's how to proof albums on your own domain.
At this point, only spreads will work. The exception is the album cover, which can be any size.
If you're designing a book that begins with a single page, simply leave the other half of the spread blank and you'll be good to go.
Any size you want! To make the upload go faster, Banti automatically resizes your spreads to a maximum width of 1200px. For best quality, we recommended that your spreads be at least 1200px wide and single pages/covers be at least half that, 600px wide.
Note: Images that are bigger than 50 MB in size, or exported at full size with more than 300ppi will not upload.
Your custom login URL is: www.bantialbumproofing.com/yourusername.
This is the same url you will direct your clients to for logging in.
If you don't have an account register today and a confirmation email containing your login information will be sent to you.
While there are many options out there, we recommend using Adobe InDesign . If you never used InDesign and need a quick intro on how to use it for album design specifically, check out InDesign tutorials and templates.
They use the same URL as you do: www.bantialbumproofing.com/yourusername.
On the login page they would use the "album name" as their username and the "password" you've set up for them when you created the album.
Pesky old browsers! (i.e: Internet Explorer 7 or 8) If the flip-book feature is important to your clients, talk to them about using newer/different browsers such as Chrome, FireFox, or a more recent edition of Internet Explorer.
Clients using IE7 or IE8 will still be able to use Banti, the flip-book feature will simply appear as individual spreads instead of as a flip-book.
A "Network Error" can be caused by large images (i.e. > 50MB) or by a loss of internet connectivity.
If any of your images are bigger than 50MB, resize them before uploading. If not, check your internet connection and try again later.
The way you clear browser cache is different on different browser. See instructions for your browser below:
If the step one above didn't help, try reseting your username and password.