iPhoto '08 Web Gallery

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  1. macbeth

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    For the .mac subscribers who have updated to iPhoto '08, have you tried using the Web Gallery feature? It's pretty neat. :) Just a few clicks and presto! Instant web gallery.

    Here's mine. Tell me what you think about it. :)
     
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    nice shots bro... although i dont know pero parang medyo mabagal to navigate in iphoto web gallery... or your pics were just too large.
     
  3. Maverick

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    i've uploaded a few here to test it out



    macbeth's was a tad slow nga. daming pics eh....
     
  4. johannes

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    Nice pictures, guys! :)

    I must say, I'm really digging the "skimming" feature of iPhoto '08 and the Web Gallery! :p
     
  5. macbeth

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    I think iPhoto resizes the pictures when it uploads them. Because if you look at the info displayed (after selecting a particular picture and clicking the link italicized "i", the sizes of the files are noticeably lower than those in my hard drive.

    yeah, it's a bit slow.. and sometimes it takes a few secs before the picture focuses properly. I hope apple will do something to speed this up.
     
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    Oh is that Xavier in Greenhills? Coolness! That's where I studied up till grade 2 before my family moved here to HK. Brings back lots of memories...

    :)
     
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    wow, i never thought .mac offers this feature... so do you think it's better than Flickr?
     
  8. Maverick

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    well for now it's not as fast as flickr that's for sure. ;)
     
  9. macbeth

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    yeah... i work there. :)
     
  10. Reggie

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    Anyone know of the the new bandwidth limits Apple is imposing on the new 10GB plans?

    EDIT: let me answer my own question. Accroding to this:
    http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=303786

    I wonder why Apple is still limiting the bandwidth when other sites such as Flickr do not put such limitations.
     
    #10 Reggie, Aug 15, 2007
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  11. Maverick

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    i think it was 100gb per month or so. 200gb for the family pack.
     
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    Nice one Macbeth.... but I must agree loading is kinda slow.
    I cant use skimming though.
     
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    Is there a way to use this feature for non-.mac websites? Ganda ng display, especially the carousel effect.
     

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