ICloud :: Photo Stream Albums In IPhoto Stored Permanently?
Mar 18, 2012
When photo stream photos go into your iphoto library, do they stay there permanently or do they disappear over time? like in the events tab on iphoto I have october 11 photo stream, nov 11 photo stream, etc. Are they gonna stay there or do I have to save them?
I just got a new macbook and I want to get all the pictures from my phone to iPhoto. On my iPhone are all my iPhoto events and I can't figure out how to transfer them. I know how to tranfer each new picture I take, but not the older ones. How can I do this?
Don't know if anyone has made an album using iPhoto yet, but if you haven't, you should. I needed some additional portfolios to place around some places where my images are displayed, and I was really getting tired of making my own.
The quality is very good - I got the hardbound 20-page book with black pages and it looks awesome. My only complaint id that they are currently having problems accepting books with Type 1 post script fonts.Had the book in three days after ordering it right through iPhoto.
I have to get a pic off of my computer and out of my cloud --- permanently (old pic of an ex - haha). I selected the photo and a yellow outline of the photo appeared. I clicked DELETE and it disappeared from my iPhoto library. But when I was streaming photos to my tv over Apple TV the picture came up - even though I deleted it.
I have 2 iphones and i wanted photostream. I got ICLOUD on my PC and it worked fine FOR FREE. My Macbook Pro said I need to upgrade to Lion in order to use photostream. I like my Mac as is but felt okay. It then costs $32 to upgrade-- just to get photstream. Okay so I did it. Then I go to ICLOUD and photostream is not highlighted. Under "learn more" I find out I need to upgrade my software--which I do . Then i find out that i need to go to the App Store and PAY to upgrade my IPHOTO for like another $16.00. I called Apple as there is nothing that says there will be another charge and frankly for $40 plus I can just plug in my phone. I am really angry and have not paid for the IPHOTO app that I dont want. There is nothing even in the forums I read that says there will be another charge.
why do videos from a shared photo stream not appear in iPhoto? Within iMovie, it appears as though videos can be imported from the iPhoto library. However, within iPhoto there are no videos that appear within the Library. Is it possible to import photos into iPhoto from a shared photo stream? if not, how can videos be imported into iPhoto?
I've seen a few threads similar to this, but I haven't been able to find an answer. So, here goes. I have been having ongoing problems with photo stream not syncing all my photos. It's almost as if it has a mind of it's own. A few weeks ago I took three pictures for a friend - two of them appeared on photo stream the last never did. It STILL isn't there. It shows up on my camera roll on my iPhone 4S, but not in the cloud. Today I took EIGHT pics at a park and NOT ONE shows up in photo stream. Below is what I have tried:
Turned photo stream off on Mac and then back on
Turned photo stream off on iPhone and back on
None of these steps have fixed the problem. I thought one of the big selling points of photo stream was that it 'AUTOMATICALLY' syncs all of your pics and pushes them to ALL your devices.
Also should point out - I am aware that photo stream ONLY syncs photos over Wi-Fi - I've been connected to my home wi-fi for about four hours and the pics still aren't syncing
We were huge fans of accessing pictures via Mobile Me and using them as a screensaver on Apple TV.It appears this functionality is disappearing once Mobile Me ends and being replaced with Photo Stream which only shows pictures uploaded in the past 30 days.Is there any other way to view albums created in Aperture as a screensaver on Apple TV?
I've noticed that my Photo Stream is not updated after I've made significant edits to my photos in Aperture. If this is not working as intended, is there something I must do to have my Photo Stream updated after I've edited it? If it is just not an implemented feature, would this be something you could implement in the future. I'd rather have my edited pictures show up on my iPad, iPhone, and Apple TV when I'm showing pictures to my friends, than the raw photos that I simply uploaded into Aperture.
I take pictures with my iPhone 4s and they go to my iPad just great but I only get about 50% of them to my MacBook Pro. They are radomly not there. There will be five or six that are there then 5 or 6 that are black no photo. All the warythrough the 200 photos I took on my latest trip? Is there any reason for this random messing up of photos? Is there anyway of getting them on the MacBook short of syncing my iPhone 4s through iPhoto? I am not liking this Photo Stream right now to many missing photos.
I wanted to free up space and stop the hundreds of pictures from automatically transferring to my moblie devies, so I thought I'll go ahead and reset photo stream, but I when I try to, I keep getting this error: "Could not reset your photo stream."Your photo stream could not be reset at this time due to a server error. Try again later."
I created a smart folder on my MBP so I can see the streamed photos without using iPhoto.
~/Library/Application Support/iLifeAssetManagement/assets/sub is where they are stored.
The criteria is to search for "kind is image" in the sub folder.
I see images that do not exist anymore on my iPad and iPhone. I thought that everything would sync and that images older than 30 days would not appear. Why are these photos collecting on my mac? If I delete them on my iPad, shouldn't they be deleted from my MBP 10.9.4 as well As from my iPhone?
Info: MBP 15 CD, MBP C2D 17, 17 Uni; TiBook, G4 MP500; iMac, Mac OS X (10.6.7),
How do I change where photos are saved from photo stream? Right now when they are just in iphoto I cant access them when i go to upload a photo to email/blog/fb. I want them to be more easily accessible for upload automatically, like go into a folder rather than the iphoto app in the Pictures folder.