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  A RAW Look at iPhoto 5
Subject:   Check this out...
Date:   2005-01-20 14:16:02
From:   derrick
Response to: I tested Sound annotations - the results

Instead of adding black to the voice annotation, I exported out of iPhoto the actual picture the sound annotation was associated with. I used the Export command, Jpeg format, at 640x480.

I then dragged the jpeg on to QuickTime Player to open the image in QT, selected all, and copied.

I then opened my .wav file in QuickTime, used the "Add Scaled" command, and QuickTime created a video track using the picture. Since I used Add Scaled, the photo is displayed for the entire duration of the audio track. I then exported as described earlier, then imported the new file into iPhoto.

I now have the actual photo displayed in iPhoto while the sound plays. Forget trying to match up sound annotations with the parent images. You can now link show/play both at the same time in iPhoto.

Try it. It's very cool.

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  1. Check this out...
    2005-01-21 00:07:55  domo [View]

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