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iPhoto compatibility



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What I am wanting to know is if the new Toast "finds" the full original pictures stored in the bowels of iPhoto.



It will find the version that is displayed in iPhoto. In order to get to the original you'd have to either duplicate the photo in iPhoto so your edited and original versions are both showing, or you can use the Toast Media Browser to locate files inside your iPhoto Library folder as if you were accessing them using the Finder. The browser also has Spotlight for searching for files and will preview the file in a window. When you enter something to search for in the Browser's Spotlight the list of matching items appears. Placing the cursor over the item shows the file location so you can see if it is in an "Originals" folder. Also, the Browser will preview selected items in a small window.

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MrWeasley, the Toast Media Browser lists your iPhoto library just as does many of Apple's applications.


Judboy, I haven't checked to see if Toast 8 follows the iPhoto Library to a new location. If iPhoto knows where to look for the library then I think Toast should be looking in the same place. It does with my EyeTV library that isn't in its default location. I'll experiment with this later.


I presume you've noticed that the Media Browser now lets you look anywhere for anything, but I know that's different than what you're asking.

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Speaking of iPhoto can Toast be set to look for the iPhoto Library on a external Firewire drive? It appears to only look for a Library on your internal drive and if yours is on an external it does not see anything. The iTunes list looks on my external drive where I tell iTunes to store my music.

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