We always recommend including Papermotion as part of your packages or selling it pre-event. Sometimes that isn’t possible and some of our partners have had success selling Papermotion to past clients and we want to share those tips and tricks with you in this post.Read More
How to get more out of trade shows and wedding expos using Papermotion. These tips and tricks should help you close more clients.Read More
Some great ideas for how to use your first Papermotion devices. These are ideas tried and tested by other Papermotion Partners.Read More
New Papermotion Partners consistently ask us two questions…
“What is the best way to add Papermotion to my Packages?”
“How should I handle my existing bookings?”
Everyone has different types of customers and markets and we understand that there isn’t a one size fits all solution for how to use Papermotion. But we have learned from Partners what works and we wanted to share it with you. So let's jump in and answer these questions…Read More
In this 8.5 minute tutorial we will cover the basics of how to use Apple Photos (v4.0) to get photos into a format to play on Papermotion. If you use a Mac computer, Apple Photos is one of the easier tools for creating a slideshow that has both photos and videos and it is easy to export the project as a 1080p M4V file that will play on Papermotion…Read More
You can play all of the standard video file formats on Papermotion. MP4, M4V, AVI, RMVB, MKV, WMV, VOB, MOV, FLV, ASF, DAT, 3GP, MPG, and MPEG.
For the best results we suggest the following...
For Professional Use:
If you are using professional editing software like Final Cut Pro or Adobe Premiere we recommend exporting your video file with these settings...
MP4 file format using H.264 codec
1024 x 600 to match Papermotion screen
You can load and delete files on your Papermotion the same way you would on any thumb drive you plug into your computer .
Plug Papermotion into your computer using the provided micro-USB cable.
You should see the Papermotion drive appear in the sidebar of your Finder window on a Mac or File Explorer window on a PC…Read More