|Oct 25, 2010, 12:50 PM||#1|
ATV 2 and Aperture for photo viewing
Question on the new ATV in regards to viewing photos with an Aperture library.
I have the original ATV, and have never been happy with the way the ATV browses the library. Each album or project you choose to sync, shows up in a kind of flat view. i.e., no "tree like structure", just folder on top of folder. Not the easiest way to view dozens of albums and find what you are looking for. I'm wondering if they have implemented a more tree like structure for viewing photos, having albums "underneath" the top level project or folder?
Also, with the newer ATV, is there any way to sort photos for viewing? With the old one, again, if you have a large album, it defaults to oldest photos at the top, making it a pain if you want to get to the bottom quickly.
Any input, or known changes on this?
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