Currently Being ModeratedMay 4, 2012 6:46 AM (in response to Rlf5659)
There is no order to files - the order is given by the viewing program
In iPhoto you are viewing using photos information - in the fider (or Internet explorer) you are viewing using file information
So to have a finder view the same as the iPhoto view you must make things the same for the file info and the photo info
Usually the easiest way to do this is to select all of the photos in an album and export them (file menu == export) using the sequential numbering option for the file names so an alpha sort on file name in the finder is the same as the view in iPhoto - then burn the folder you exported to to a CD/DVD
Currently Being ModeratedMay 4, 2012 6:45 AM (in response to Rlf5659)
That's because the sorting options in the Finder are not as rich and varied as the ones in iPhoto.
Here's one (of several) way(s) to do what you want:
Make an Album of the photos, then drag the pics into your preferred order.
Then Photos Menu: Batch Change -> Set Title to Text "John's Birthday", for instance, and tick the box to append a number to each Photo. Now your photos are titled 'John's Birthday 001, John's Birthday 002 ... etc'
Then File -> Export and in the Export dialogue set the Filename to "Use Title"
Sort on Filename in the Finder and you end up with a folder full of images in the same order as the Album in iPhoto.