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SquadShots

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With SquadCast, creators and collaborators can capture professional-quality photos together, AKA SquadShots. These photos are accessible as a composited PNG file and isolated studio quality PNG files for each participant. Participants also have the option to opt out of being included in the image.

SquadShots are a great way to capture memories and document your collaborations, and with SquadCast, it’s easy to get high-quality results.

Why SquadShots Is Helpful

Professional-Quality Photos

SquadCast's SquadShots are studio quality, ensuring that you'll get professional-quality results every time.

Composited and Isolated Images

SquadShots are available as both a composited PNG file and isolated PNG files for each participant, giving you flexibility and control over how you use the images.

Participant Opt-Out

Participants have the option to opt out of being included in SquadShots, giving everyone control over their own image.

Easy Collaboration

SquadCast's SquadShots make it easy for creators and collaborators to document their work and capture memories together.

Convenient, All-In-One Solution

SquadCast provides everything you need to capture professional-quality SquadShots within a single platform, making it convenient and easy to use.

How To Instructions

Step 1

Connect with your guests and collaborators in a real-time Recording Session

Step 2

Click on the SquadShots button

Step 3

Opt-out if you like, otherwise wait for the countdown, and Smile!

Step 4

View, and download, and share SquadShots right away

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