|May 8, 2013, 06:00 PM||#1|
A device to show my iphoto library?
I have an iphoto library with about 6400 different photos, images, logos, designs, etc... that I keep as an inspiration library. I'd love to be able to find a way to have the images rotating on a display. Whenever I set iphoto to slideshow through the images it blacks out all my dsiplays. So... I'm guessing I might need something like a digital photoframe?
How would you go about this?
|May 15, 2013, 01:23 AM||#6|
I think a used older iPad would be perfect for this. Export everything to 1024 px on the long edge to conserve space and you can make do with a 16GB one.
Mac Pro | Mac mini | 15" MacBook Pro | iPad Air | iPhone 6
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