AlbumWorks FREE Designer
AlbumWorks powered by Fundy Software is now available to QT customers via our special portal FREE of charge - we will cover your $100/yr license fee!
You must access via the special QT-AlbumWorks Portal: https://qtalbums.albumworks.co/login
What’s the difference between AlbumWorks and their ori...
Album Design is based on the photographs you submit. You can order Album Design while creating your album order. Please pick the album you wish to order and in the field "Do you have the design" select one of the options.
Design Services EUR STORE:
You can select to have your album designed with...
How to design in Fundy Designer
We are built into Fundy Designer. Just look for QTAlbums in the settings and you are good to go!
How to design in SmartAlbums
We are built into SmartAlbums!
Select QTAlbums and the album size and Smart Albums will set up the rest (trims and bleeds are ready set up)
8x12" / 12x8"
You can select different size by clicking CUSTOM in the "Choose Album Settings" option.
How to design in Photoshop / InDesign
What if you want to use Photoshop, InDesign, or any software where we do not have built-in presets?
Here are the spread dimensions for layflat books like ArtBook or AriaBook
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| Closed Book Size (in.) | Print Size Before Trimming(spread width x height)spread = double...
PrimaBook is a new amazingly affordable product to help you boost your sales.
To keep it at minimum cost to you, we have decided to go for digital press technology (CMYK toner).
It's by far the most eco-friendly print solution with no chemical waste post-printing.
The new digital silk paper is ...
Below you will find a list of current color profiles for QT products which can help provide you a soft proof of how your images may appear different printed on various papers than what you see on your screen when viewing the original file.
PROFILES UPDATED on 06.10.2021
AriaBook - Silk/Lustre P...
Virtual Screen Calibration
This is a small test to verify the gamma and brightness settings of your screen only. You should be able to see all internal rectangles.
We can't stress enough the gravity of proper screen calibration.