D02 New Full-Screen Modes 1:22

prev < iPhoto index > next

1
00:00:01,067 --> 00:00:03,303
Something looks good small,

2
00:00:03,303 --> 00:00:06,406
but something look even better
when they're bigger,

3
00:00:06,406 --> 00:00:10,777
that the idea behind the new
Full Screen view in iPhoto.

4
00:00:11,878 --> 00:00:14,247
Jump right to Full Screen with the click.

5
00:00:14,247 --> 00:00:16,049
You can browse,

6
00:00:16,049 --> 00:00:18,718
skim and organize your events,

7
00:00:18,718 --> 00:00:22,455
with bigger thumbnails and more room
to see more of your pictures.

8
00:00:23,723 --> 00:00:27,460
Click Faces and you'll see all the people
you've named in your photos

9
00:00:27,460 --> 00:00:29,729
spread out on the cork board

10
00:00:29,729 --> 00:00:32,432
or see scrolling edge to edge maps in places

11
00:00:33,099 --> 00:00:35,402
showing where your photos were taken.

12
00:00:36,436 --> 00:00:40,940
The new album view gives you easy access
to all the album you've made.

13
00:00:40,940 --> 00:00:44,010
You can skim an album for preview
or what's inside

14
00:00:44,010 --> 00:00:46,613
or double click it to open the album.

15
00:00:48,014 --> 00:00:52,052
Your photos look incredible when
they take over your whole display.

16
00:00:57,123 --> 00:01:01,127
Click here and you have instant access
to all your editing tools,

17
00:01:01,127 --> 00:01:04,164
you can make a quick fix
like enhancing your image,

18
00:01:04,164 --> 00:01:08,468
or you can instantly add effects to make
your photos even more unique,

19
00:01:08,468 --> 00:01:12,705
and is so much easier when you're working
with your photos in Full Screen.

20
00:01:13,773 --> 00:01:18,011
The Full Screen view in iPhoto,
because when it comes to your photos,

21
00:01:18,011 --> 00:01:20,213
bigger is definitely better.
All videos are copyright by Apple Inc.; transcriptions, subtitles and translations are volunteer efforts by members of this wiki.