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.Mac Web Galleries enhanced, more

updated 02:20 pm EST, Wed February 13, 2008

.Mac Web Galleries, more

.Mac subscribers have received an email describing recent changes to Apple's support for .Mac Web Galleries, Aperture post-production software, and Apple TV device. Apple TV owners who update to the company's latest software can view public photos and movies of .Mac members, and a new entry in the Photos menu allows users to navigate to any .Mac member's account, according to Macworld.

Aperture 2.0 enables users to publish directly to .Mac Web Galleries, and supports uploading original RAW files for download availability.

iMovie 7.1.1 can password-protect movies uploaded to a Web Gallery, while iPhoto 7.1.2 allows users to upload full-size JPEG photos as well as images optimized for 16 x 20-inch prints and publish standalone albums that do not appear in the Web Gallery home page, according to Apple's email.

The update allows users to subscribe to an entire Web Gallery using a single RSS feed, which will update any time new photos or movies are added.




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  1. danviento

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Worth the Upgrade

    I used to have to use iPhoto to publish the family pics, even though all of my images were in Aperture. Now it's direct. This is one of the many appreciable improvements to Aperture that makes it worth the $99 upgrade.

  1. godrifle

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    .Mac...

    I just cancelled after years of paying the $99 tax. It's just not a compelling offering. Too bad, really. But flakey and unreliable isn't worth paying a premium for.

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