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Sharing photos and video

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{QTtext}{width:960}{textColor:65280,65280,65280}{justify:center}{timescale:1000}{backColor:0,0,0}{plain}{font:Verdana}{size:20} Being able to store and view photos and videos on your iOS device's photo library Start by opening Photos, opening the Album or Collection In the second row of share options you'll find several options Copy, as we've seen before, copies the photos so that you can then That opens a new message screen where you can enter Next is assign to contact, which we also You can assign the selected photo to be used as your devices wallpaper right from The mail option creates a new email message with the photo attached.

Sharing photos and video

I'll be showing you how to use this in its own movie later. Being able to store and view photos and videos on your iOS device's photo library It allows you to share an album of images privately with specific people. is great because it gives you immediate access Then we have the Twitter, Facebook Flickr to show them to friends or other people. buttons for tweeting your photo to your Twitter feed or posting your photo to your Facebook or Flickr accounts if you have them. But there will be times when the people Just tap any of these, enter some text about the photo if you like, and you want to show your photos to aren't standing right next to you, so you can't just hold up your device in front of them. then choose the platform-specific options such as allowing So in this movie we'll take a look at the location information to be visible in Twitter or Facebook, choosing which album or photo set to post the photo to options you have for remotely sharing your photos and videos. in Facebook or Flickr, and deciding which of your friends can see it. Start by opening Photos, opening the Album or Collection In the second row of share options you'll find several options containing the image you want to share, let's start with going that are related to sharing or using the photo on your device. into Albums, and then select the photo you want to share.

Copy, as we've seen before, copies the photos so that you can then Next tap the Share button in the lower paste it into another app, like a mail message or a document you're designing. left hand corner to reveal the sharing options. We saw a slide show in action previously, We've already seen some of these options, but let's walk through them here. but again, this plays your selected photos automatically, If you're on an iPhone, or if you're using iMessage on an iPad or full screen on your device. iPod Touch, you can also send the photo as a multimedia message by tapping message. Or choose Airplay to stream the slideshow to an Apple TV or other Airplay device. That opens a new message screen where you can enter Next is assign to contact, which we also the recipient's phone number or tap the plus symbol to select a person from your contacts to send this image to. saw earlier and that lets attach the image to one of your contacts so that when they call you the photo you've selected will show up. Let's just cancel that. You can assign the selected photo to be used as your devices wallpaper right from The mail option creates a new email message with the photo attached. here, rather than having to go into All you have to do in this case is enter an address in the to field, type a settings and navigating to your photo from there. You can also print to an AirPrint enabled printer directly from subject, and if you want, some text in the body of the message, and then send it off. We'll just cancel that, and delete the draft. Next is iCloud which is for sharing the photo to a shared photo stream. here if you have one on the WiFi network that you're using. I'll be showing you how to use this in its own movie later. It allows you to share an album of images privately with specific people. So those are the sharing options for photos. Then we have the Twitter, Facebook Flickr You'll find a different set of options for videos. buttons for tweeting your photo to your Twitter Let's go back to the album and find a video to share. feed or posting your photo to your Here we tap the same button in the lower left Facebook or Flickr accounts if you have them. Just tap any of these, enter some text about the photo if you like, and hand corner, but notice we have fewer and different options. then choose the platform-specific options such as allowing You can send the video in a text message, email it, and since this is location information to be visible in Twitter or a video, we also have the option to publish the video on YouTube, Facebook or Vimeo. Facebook, choosing which album or photo set to post the photo to Again, you have to have existing accounts with any in Facebook or Flickr, and deciding which of your friends can see it. of these services to publish to them from here. In the second row of share options you'll find several options that are related to sharing or using the photo on your device. If you don't have an account, you have to go to the respective websites to sign up. You can't sign up for an account from here. And in the bottom row the only two options here are slide show and AirPlay. So, those are most of the options you have to share photos and videos, but you might have noticed that each of these methods only lets you share one photo or video at a time. There may be times when you want to attach several photos to an email. To do so, go to the album containing the photos you want to send. Then tap the Select button in the upper-right hand corner, and select a couple of photos. At the bottom of the screen we have the Share button, Add To, and the trash or delete button. If you're reviewing photos in an album that you sync from iTunes, you won't see the delete button. Share opens all the same options we were just looking at. Add To lets you add selected photos to existing or new albums on your device, we'll look at how to create albums in an upcoming movie. And again if you have your camera roll selected as

your album, you'll also see a delete button down here, Again, you have to have existing accounts with any but you can't delete photos from the regular albums you of these services to publish to them from here. created on your device, so this button will be labeled remove. If you don't have an account, you have to go to the respective websites to sign up. You can't sign up for an account from here. And again if you created the album on your computer and synced with your iPhone, you won't see a remove button here at all just, Share and Add To. And in the bottom row the only two options here are slide show and AirPlay. So, those are most of the options you have to share photos and videos, but you might So just start tapping the images you want to send, now as soon as I have noticed that each of these methods only lets you share one photo or video at a time. select more than one image, I lose the There may be times when you want to attach several photos to an email. buttons to tweet, assigned to contact and use To do so, go to the album containing the photos you want to send. as wallpaper. Those options can only be used with the single images. Then tap the Select button in the upper-right If I select more than five photos, I lose the mail button. hand corner, and select a couple of photos.

So you will lose certain options if you select At the bottom of the screen we have the more thumbnails or if you include movies in your selection. Share button, Add To, and the trash or delete button. Let me show you something else about emailing photos in particular. Let's select five images, which is again the limit to the number of photos you can have selected and still see the mail button. If you're reviewing photos in an album that you Now at sidebar, you can get around sync from iTunes, you won't see the delete button. this by selecting more images then tapping the Copy button and pasting the Share opens all the same options we were just looking at. images into your mail message, but let's stick with the Mail button for now. Add To lets you add selected photos to existing or new albums on So that opens a new message with the photos attached. your device, we'll look at how to create albums in an upcoming movie. Let's fill in a To address so I can show you what happens when you send your email. And again if you have your camera roll selected as your album, you'll also see a delete button down here, Let's tap Send. but you can't delete photos from the regular albums you So now mail is telling me how large my mail is going to be in terms of megabytes. created on your device, so this button will be labeled remove.

And that's a great feature because I can see if my files are going to be too large before I actually send them off. And again if you created the album on your computer and synced with your iPhone, you won't see a remove button here at all just, Share and Add To. And as you can see, we have the option to optimize the images right from here. So just start tapping the images you want to send, now as soon as I select more than one image, I lose the buttons to tweet, assigned to contact and use And each option includes an estimate of the approximate file size. So for example, you're just sending a snapshot to a friend and you know they're probably not going to print it out, you can as wallpaper. just send them the small or medium size. Those options can only be used with the single images. If I select more than five photos, I lose the mail button. So you will lose certain options if you select more thumbnails or if you include movies in your selection.

If you want them to be able to see more detail or Let me show you something else about emailing photos in particular. have that higher resolution for printing out chose Large or Actual Size. Let's select five images, which is again the limit to the number Let's just chose Medium here and of photos you can have selected and still see the mail button. send it off. Now if you did select more than five photos and copied Now at sidebar, you can get around and past them to get them into a mail message you'll this by selecting more images then tapping the Copy button and pasting the get the same ability to adjust their size, which you'll probably have to do if you're planning on emailing a lot of photos. images into your mail message, but let's stick with the Mail button for now. Now you can also send multiple photos from the photos tab by going into Moments. So that opens a new message with the photos attached.

Notice each separate moment has it's own share button. Let's fill in a To address so I can show you what happens when you send your email. Tap it and you can chose to share the entire moment or just some photos. Let's tap Send. Choosing So now mail is telling me how large my mail is going to be in terms of megabytes. Share This Moment opens the sharing area and the options you see will again be limited by the number of photos in the moment that you are sharing. And that's a great feature because I can see if my files are going to be too large Chose share some photos and you can tap to select specific photos and then tap share. before I actually send them off. And And as you can see, we have the option to optimize the images right from here. again you'll see the options available based And each option includes an estimate of the approximate file size. on the number of pictures you selected. So for example, you're just sending a snapshot to a friend and you know they're So those are the options for sharing your photos probably not going to print it out, you can and videos from the photos app in iOS 7, just send them the small or medium size. If you want them to be able to see more detail or have that higher resolution for printing out chose Large or Actual Size. Let's just chose Medium here and send it off. Now if you did select more than five photos and copied and past them to get them into a mail message you'll get the same ability to adjust their size, which you'll probably have to do if you're planning on emailing a lot of photos. Now you can also send multiple photos from the photos tab by going into Moments.

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iOS 7: iPhone and iPad Essential Training

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  1. 4m 46s
    1. Welcome
      1m 6s
    2. What's new in iOS 7?
      3m 40s
  2. 55m 0s
    1. A tour of the device
      5m 29s
    2. The Lock and Home screens
      2m 39s
    3. Accessing and using Control Center
      4m 37s
    4. Choosing and controlling your sounds
      5m 24s
    5. Learning finger gestures
      4m 1s
    6. Connecting to Wi-Fi networks
      3m 31s
    7. Using the Notification Center
      5m 41s
    8. Twitter, Facebook, Flickr, and Vimeo integration
      4m 59s
    9. Setting up an Apple ID with your iOS device
      4m 21s
    10. Customizing your wallpaper
      4m 40s
    11. Multitasking
      2m 48s
    12. Sharing files with AirDrop
      2m 53s
    13. Enabling and using Touch ID
      3m 57s
  3. 20m 58s
    1. Understanding the keyless keyboard
      4m 24s
    2. Fixing typos and using autocorrection
      6m 39s
    3. Exploring Select, Cut, Copy, and Paste
      3m 3s
    4. Accessing hidden shortcuts
      1m 40s
    5. Syncing a Bluetooth keyboard
      1m 53s
    6. Adding international and emoji keyboards
      3m 19s
  4. 39m 52s
    1. Connecting your device to your Mac or PC
      5m 37s
    2. Syncing music, movies, and ringtones
      7m 30s
    3. Syncing photos from a Mac
      6m 5s
    4. Syncing photos from a PC
      3m 25s
    5. Syncing contacts and calendars from a Mac
      3m 54s
    6. Syncing contacts and calendars from a PC
      3m 13s
    7. Understanding your backup options
      3m 50s
    8. Using wireless syncing
      2m 24s
    9. Using iTunes Match
      3m 54s
  5. 56m 16s
    1. Basic phone activities
      3m 9s
    2. Adding and managing favorites
      3m 11s
    3. Accessing voicemail
      3m 12s
    4. Receiving calls
      5m 44s
    5. Blocking numbers
      2m 45s
    6. Using the iPhone during a call
      5m 10s
    7. Using FaceTime
      5m 50s
    8. Making conference calls
      3m 1s
    9. Adding recent calls to your contacts
      1m 35s
    10. Sharing contacts
      2m 51s
    11. Assigning photos and ringtones to specific contacts
      3m 34s
    12. Using the included headset
      2m 47s
    13. Using a Bluetooth headset
      3m 34s
    14. Texting and using iMessages
      9m 53s
  6. 39m 0s
    1. Importing email accounts from your computer
      1m 50s
    2. Setting up Exchange, iCloud, Gmail, Yahoo!, or AOL email accounts
      4m 20s
    3. Setting up other types of email accounts
      2m 30s
    4. Keeping your iOS device email synced with your computer
      4m 32s
    5. Composing email
      4m 47s
    6. Receiving and reading email
      9m 22s
    7. Assigning VIPs
      2m 44s
    8. Searching your mailboxes
      1m 51s
    9. Setting mail options
      7m 4s
  7. 33m 34s
    1. Web browsing with Safari
      8m 11s
    2. Saving bookmarks and viewing the History list
      6m 29s
    3. Saving images
      2m 28s
    4. Completing forms and using AutoFill
      4m 34s
    5. Using Reader and the Reading List
      2m 11s
    6. Getting some privacy
      1m 54s
    7. Using iCloud tabs
      3m 43s
    8. Using iCloud Keychain
      4m 4s
  8. 35m 41s
    1. Browsing your library
      3m 6s
    2. Playing and controlling music
      7m 17s
    3. Playing and controlling video
      2m 37s
    4. Using the included earbud controls
      3m 0s
    5. Playing and controlling video
      6m 7s
    6. Adjusting your Music settings
      6m 26s
    7. Browsing and buying with the iTunes app
      4m 8s
    8. Using AirPlay to stream content from your device to an Apple TV
      3m 0s
  9. 51m 12s
    1. Shooting still photos with your device
      6m 48s
    2. Shooting in HDR
      2m 7s
    3. Shooting panoramas
      2m 34s
    4. Viewing, organizing, and editing photos
      9m 45s
    5. Shooting video
      2m 47s
    6. Shooting slow motion (iPhone 5s)
      3m 23s
    7. Shooting in burst mode (iPhone 5s)
      1m 38s
    8. Viewing and editing video
      2m 33s
    9. Taking screenshots
      1m 23s
    10. Sharing photos and video
      6m 27s
    11. Creating albums
      2m 57s
    12. Syncing your photos with a photo stream
      4m 9s
    13. Creating a shared photo stream
      4m 41s
  10. 22m 39s
    1. Getting your location with Maps
      3m 57s
    2. Finding addresses and nearby businesses
      3m 37s
    3. Bookmarking locations
      3m 12s
    4. Getting directions
      4m 15s
    5. Showing traffic and alternative maps
      2m 48s
    6. Using 3D and Flyover views
      2m 34s
    7. Using the Compass app
      2m 16s
  11. 28m 17s
    1. Adding events to your calendar
      10m 55s
    2. Subscribing to calendars
      2m 34s
    3. Setting Time Zone Support
      2m 21s
    4. Using the Clock app
      7m 4s
    5. Setting reminders
      5m 23s
  12. 6m 11s
    1. Using the Notes app
      3m 4s
    2. Using the Voice Memos app
      3m 7s
  13. 11m 48s
    1. Passbook
      6m 6s
    2. Stocks
      2m 32s
    3. Calculator
      50s
    4. Weather
      2m 20s
  14. 20m 51s
    1. Browsing the App Store through iTunes
      6m 3s
    2. Browsing the App Store on your iOS device
      6m 15s
    3. Purchasing apps
      7m 24s
    4. Finding app settings
      1m 9s
  15. 25m 38s
    1. Airplane mode
      2m 25s
    2. Wi-Fi
      3m 2s
    3. Do Not Disturb
      4m 7s
    4. The About section
      2m 27s
    5. Usage
      4m 10s
    6. Date & Time settings
      1m 25s
    7. Restrictions
      3m 21s
    8. Privacy
      4m 41s
  16. 14m 28s
    1. Using Auto-Lock
      1m 22s
    2. Using Passcode Lock
      6m 1s
    3. Using Find My iPhone and Activation Lock
      7m 5s
  17. 17m 52s
    1. Introducing Siri
      9m 26s
    2. Listening and responding to messages
      4m 1s
    3. Setting reminders
      2m 51s
    4. Dictating in apps
      1m 34s
  18. 16m 33s
    1. Begin by restarting
      1m 6s
    2. Force-quitting apps
      1m 3s
    3. Rebooting
      43s
    4. Resetting
      1m 47s
    5. Erasing and restoring
      4m 32s
    6. Checking for updates
      1m 41s
    7. Optimizing battery life
      5m 41s
  19. 32s
    1. Goodbye
      32s

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