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Tutorials

A standard album will create a blank canvas allowing you to design your album on per spread or per side basis.

  1. DIMENSIONS: Here you will enter in the width and height of the album you want to create. Regardless of whether you are designing in spreads or sides you will just enter in the height and width of the album not the size when the book is open (i.e. an 11x14 album will have a height of 11 and a width of 14 NOT 28). From the measurements drop down you will select whether the design will be in centimeters, inches, millimeters, or points.
  2. MARGINS: Here you will enter in the Safety and Trim margins. The Safety margin is the area that YOU don't want to design past. The Trim margin is the area that the ALBUM COMPANY recommends not designing past.
  3. SPREADS/SIDES: In the Number to design box you will enter in the number of spreads or sides you want. If you click on the "Start on odd page" checkbox your album will start on the right side (this only applies to designing the album as spreads). If you click on the "Design in sides" then your album will be created as individual pages not facing each other.
  4. PRESETS: If you want to save the album dimensions and margins for future use you will click the Save button. When you reopen Indesign all presets that you have saved will appear in the drop down menu. You'll simply select it .
  5. CREATE ALBUM: Once you enter in the information you will click this button to create it.

The auto album will allow you to have an entire design created for you. Once completed you can make manual adjustments to each spread to get the look to be exactly the way you want.

    1. Go to Bridge and open the folder of images you want to use in your design.
    2. Select photos and assign them a keyword relating to the spread/side you want them to appear in.
    3. Once you have assigned a keyword to all the images to be used you will then select all the photos and keep them highlighted.
    1. Return to Indesign. Go to "Create Layout" and enter in all the settings you want. Keep in mind that anything you enter here will appear in every spread of the design. For example, if you assign a keyline stroke of 3px in black then every photo will have a keyline stroke. We personally suggest making sure the "3:2 ratio" and "fill frames proportionally" boxes remain checked and that you enter in a spacing amount of 10 or 15. You can always adjust spacing (and all settings) individually after the design is done. We also suggest not adding keyline strokes or background layers either.
    1. Click on "Create Album" and select "Auto Album" and enter in the specifications for your album.
      • DIMENSIONS: Here you will enter in the width and height of the album you want to create. Regardless of whether you are designing in spreads or sides you will just enter in the height and width of the album not the size when the book is open (i.e. an 11x14 album will have a height of 11 and a width of 14 NOT 28). From the measurements drop down you will select whether the design will be in centimeters, inches, millimeters, or points.
      • MARGINS: Here you will enter in the Safety and Trim margins. The Safety margin is the area that YOU don't want to design past. The Trim margin is the area that the ALBUM COMPANY recommends not designing past. If you check the "fill full page" box then the design created will go past the margins and end up going to the edge of the page. The margins will still show in the design though.
      • SPREADS/SIDES: If you click on the "Start on odd page" checkbox your album will start on the right side (this only applies to designing the album as spreads). If you click on the "Design in sides" then your album will be created as individual pages not facing each other.
      • PRESETS: If you want to save the album dimensions and margins for future use you will click the Save button. When you reopen Indesign all presets that you have saved will appear in the drop down menu. You'll simply select it .
  1. CREATE ALBUM: Once you enter in the information you will click this button to create it.
  2. REDO ALBUM: By pressing this you can redo the entire design if you wish.

The blog storyboard will create a random storyboard to use on your website or other location.

  1. Go to Bridge and open the folder of images you want to use in your design.
  2. Arrange the photos in the order that you want them to appear in.
  3. You will then select all the photos and keep them highlighted.
  4. Return to Indesign and click on the create layout tab. Enter in all the settings you want. Keep in mind that anything you enter here will appear throughout the storyboard. For example, if you assign a keyline stroke of 3px in black then every photo will have a keyline stroke. We personally suggest making sure the "3:2 ratio" and "fill frames proportionally" boxes remain checked. You can add a spacing if you wish.
  5. Click on "Create Album" and select "Blog Storyboard" and enter in the specifications.
    • DIMENSIONS: Here you will enter in the width of your storyboard and the units for it (i.e. inches, points, etc.)
    • MARGINS: Here you will enter in the Safety margin. The Safety margin is the area that YOU don't want to design past.
    • PRESETS: If you want to save the storyboard settings for future use you will click the Save button. When you reopen Indesign all presets that you have saved will appear in the drop down menu. You'll simply select it .
  6. CREATE STORYBOARD: Once you enter in the information you will click this button to create it. REDO STORYBOARD: By pressing this you can redo the entire design if you wish.

The layout settings is the area that allows you to predetermine how the appearance of the design will look. You will select these settings FIRST before you create any layouts. These are general settings to be used for all parts of our plugin. You will use these settings for the storyboard, auto album, manual layouts, automatic layouts, and the grid option.

  1. RATIO: The 3:2 ratio setting will determine whether the sizes of the boxes created remain in the proper aspect ratio or the sizes are generated randomly. The fill frames proportionally checkbox will determine if the photos, when they are placed inside the box, are sized to the box correctly. We personally suggest always leaving these boxes checked.
  2. SPACING: This is where you will set the spacing between boxes. The random checkbox will create random spacing in your layout. Once the design is done you can select two images manually and hit the reset spacing button to change the spacing if you wish and the align button will align the images center.
  3. KEYLINE: If you wish to add a border around every photo in your layout you will select the size and the color in this section. Do not hit the apply button at this time. The apply button is used if you decide to add or change the border AFTER the layout has been created.
  4. BACKGROUND LAYER: If you wish to add a background color or photo to a spread you can do it here. You can select to have it on the left side, right side, or across the full spread. Do not hit the apply button at this time. The apply button is used if you decide to add or change the background AFTER the layout has been created.

Automatic layouts is the option you would select when you want a layout to be generated randomly. It's done by simply choosing photos in Bridge then selecting, from a drop down, how many horizontals, verticals, or squares you want to have designed.


  • Select photos in Bridge that you want to use.

  • Return to Indesign and, using the rectangle frame tool, draw a box in the area you want to create the layout in.




  • Go to the create layout tab and enter in any options you want (i.e. spacing, keyline, etc). Then select from the automatic tab the amount of horizontals, vertical, or squares you want.


  • Hit Build Layout. If you like the look of the design then hit Place Images. This will automatically load the photos from Bridge into your place gun. All you have to do is drop the images into the layout. If you don't like the look of the layout simply hit Rebuild. This will generate another random layout.
  • Manual layouts is the option you would select when you want to have manual control over the look of the layout. You can select whether the layout is created in rows or columns.


  • Select photos in Bridge that you want to use.

  • Return to Indesign and, using the rectangle frame tool, draw a box in the area you want to create the layout in.




  • Go to the create layout tab and enter in any options you want (i.e. spacing, keyline, etc). Then select whether you want to create a design in columns or rows. Just select from the dropdowns how you want the design to be created. You can do whatever you want and Magic Album Designs will create it.


  • Hit Build Layout. Then hit Place Images. This will automatically load the photos from Bridge into your place gun. All you have to do is drop the images into the layout.
  • Grid layouts is the option you would select when you want to create a simple grid with a set amount of rows and columns. All boxes created will be equal in size.


  • Select photos in Bridge that you want to use.

  • Return to Indesign and, using the rectangle frame tool, draw a box in the area you want to create the layout in.




  • Go to the create layout tab and enter in any options you want (i.e. spacing, keyline, etc). Then select the amount of rows and columns you want to create


  • Hit Build Layout. Then hit Place Images. This will automatically load the photos from Bridge into your place gun. All you have to do is drop the images into the layout.
  • The manual adjustments panel contains all the little tweaks you can make to your design. It makes fine tuning your design an instant process.




  • SWAP: This option will allow you to select two photos and swap their frames or places. You'll first select two photos that you want to switch places. Then hit swap images, swap frames, or both.

  • SPLIT BOXES: This option will allow you to select a single box then split them evenly either horizontally or vertically. Merge frames will allow you to select two or more boxes and merge them into one.

  • FLIP BOXES: This option will allow you to flip layouts either horizontally or vertically. You can select two images or the entire spread. It's up to you.
  • Our library feature will allow you to find a perfect template instantly.

  • NEW: Clicking on this will create a new library. You will create a name for it.

  • OPEN: You will select a library from the dropdown menu then click open. This will open that library file.

  • ADD TEMPLATE: If you have a layout that you want to save you will click Add Template. This will create a template of that design.

  • SELECT TEMPLATE: This is the best feature of our library function. Here's what you will do to find a perfect template instantly.

  • 1. Go to Bridge and select photos you want to use.


    2. Return to Indesign and click on Select template. You will see a popup with a template selector that shows all thumbnails of perfect layouts from the images you selected. All you will do is click on the thumbnail of the layout you want to use. Magic Album Designs will place that layout in your spread and load the images from Bridge. All you need to do is drop the photos into the layout.

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    CONVERTER: This is a separate script that you will use to convert any of your old library files to our special format. Open the Converter.jsx file. You will then be asked to search for a library file. Once you find one you will click OK and this script will convert it to a format that will allow you to search with our Select Template option.

    If you want to use Photoshop actions inside of Indesign then this option is for you




  • RELOAD PHOTOSHOP ACTIONS: You'll need to click this to open and load your actions from Photoshop into our plugin

  • Once loaded, you will select the action you want to use

  • You will then check on Create Copy and select whether you want to create a JPG or PSD copy. The copy will be saved in the same folder as your original images. If you don't check on Create Copy then your photo will be overwritten. Hit Apply.