Understanding Events


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Understanding Events

I would like to show you a few tips for managing your events. I think this is a great way to look at your iPhoto library. I'm going to start up by going to Preferences. You do have one event preference in Preferences under the General tab and this is where you get to set the timeframe for the event. Is an event one week, is it one day, two- hour gaps, eight-hour gaps? That's up to you. This really applies when you're importing and you check that box to Autosplit into Events.

So if you're on vacation for a week, you may want an event to be a week. If you do something different every day, and maybe you want an event to be a day. And you can change it. You don't have to leave it in one or the other. Now in terms of how the events are labeled, it's easy enough to change that. You just click on the label and you can add. Now if I hit Return, it will enter it and if I hit Tab, it'll move me to the next event. So I will hit Tab. You see and it even highlights that field...

Understanding Events
Video duration: 3m 43s 4h 14m Beginner Updated Aug 11, 2014

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Understanding Events provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Derrick Story as part of the iPhoto '11 Essential Training

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Photography
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iPhoto
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