Hi, I am interested in using the QuickPrints SDK for iOS and Android but I need some more information that I wasn't able to find, yet. I need to know if the prints have flexible length. Or do I need to crop every image to exactly fit the aspect ratio given by the size of the print in inch (e.g. 4x6)? Are there minimal and optimal resolutions provided somewhere for the different products? What happens when images do not fit into the aspect ratio given by the size of the product or the resolution is extremely poor or high? Is there any documentation available to answer these and maybe similar questions? Regards, Chris


joerago
Hello. There is some flexibility in what you send over. The only real issue arises for photos that are originally existing in a square (e.g. 1x1) ratio. If you need more information, here is a link our guidelines for minimum image resolution specs, http://walgreens.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/160.

ch@ecce-terram.de
Hi, I learned that I have to make more clear what my question is. My question is if print-to-length is provided. This means that a 4x6 print is not strictly 4x6 but has a flexible length with a minimum and maximum aspect ratio. There are photo finishing services that allow 4x6 prints to be of variable size between 4x4 and 4x7 and the print will be cut dynamically. Regards, Chris