Simple Booth apps will automatically arrange two vertical photo strips on your print when a photo strip layout is in use; including the 1x3 and 1x4 photo strips.
The software will not duplicate the photo strips if they are too tall or wide, so you may need to take steps to slightly reformat your layout.
Formatting Two Strips
Adjusting the layout in certain ways can be really helpful (or in certain circumstances, might be necessary) in order for the software to duplicate the strips for you.
No matter what, our Force Fit tool can always help you make any combination of settings look better on the final print.
Tips For 1x3 Strips
Use square crop. Portrait oriented layouts will be too "tall" and landscape oriented is often too wide, particularly if you are not using a logo.
Place a logo on the strip when in landscape mode (and avoid logos when in portrait mode). This helps make the overall layout taller to accommodate the wider picture frames sitting side-by-side.
Tips For 1x4 Strips
Use landscape mode or a square crop. 1x4 is not compatible with the portrait orientation because the overall layout grows to be too "tall"
Avoid using a logo and consider an overlay instead. Logos often cause the layout to be too tall, even with landscape orientation.
Some printers will automatically cut your strips in half. If your printer does not include this feature, a simple paper cutter do to the job.