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1782 Views 4 Replies Latest reply: Dec 3, 2007 11:59 AM by Old Toad
Currently Being ModeratedOct 21, 2007 8:12 PM (in response to Michael Levenston)I would say at least 6 megapixtals or above for the calendar. The calendar is pretty big, so you need a big picture. Or, I am not sure if you can do this, but how about putting more than one picture in the zone? Like I said, not sure if you can do this. And for your 3.2 megapixtal camera, its pictures are too small in photography of 2007.MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.4.10)
Currently Being ModeratedOct 22, 2007 1:26 PM (in response to Michael Levenston)Mike:
I've ordered calendars with photos from a camera with a max pixel size of 1600 x 1200 and was very happy with the results. iPhoto's print warning is set at 140 dip (not sure if it's for ordering prints or items other than books which is 180.
TIP: For insurance against the iPhoto database corruption that many users have experienced I recommend making a backup copy of the Library6.iPhoto database file and keep it current. If problems crop up where iPhoto suddenly can't see any photos or thinks there are no photos in the library, replacing the working Library6.iPhoto file with the backup will often get the library back. By keeping it current I mean backup after each import and/or any serious editing or work on books, slideshows, calendars, cards, etc. That insures that if a problem pops up and you do need to replace the database file, you'll retain all those efforts. It doesn't take long to make the backup and it's good insurance.
I've created an Automator workflow application (requires Tiger), iPhoto dB File Backup, that will copy the selected Library6.iPhoto file from your iPhoto Library folder to the Pictures folder, replacing any previous version of it. It's compatible with iPhoto 08 libraries. iPhoto does not have to be closed to run the application, just idle. You can download it at Toad's Cellar. Be sure to read the Read Me pdf file.MBP 2.16Ghz; G5 Dual Core 2GHz, 2G RAM ea, 250G HD; G4 Dual 1Ghz, 1.5G RAM;, Mac OS X (10.4.10), 22" LCD, 710G FW HDs, Canon: SD700IS/i850/8600F, Epson R200, 30G iPod, 2G Nano
Currently Being ModeratedDec 2, 2007 7:26 PM (in response to Old Toad)Interesting thing... I've been putting together a calendar and organizing photos in iPhoto '08 on my 12.1" Powerbook running 10.4.11 and never before did I get the yellow exclamation point. I copied my iPhoto library to my dual gig Leopard G4 and now I get the exclamation point on my calendar without the text warning. What's up with that?
CloudhrG4 Dual Gig w MDD and 12" G4 Powerbook., Mac OS X (10.5), Toshiba Satellite running XP sp2
Currently Being ModeratedDec 3, 2007 11:59 AM (in response to Cloudhr)I think iPhoto 8 has upped the threshold for low resolution warning. The PrintWarningImageDPI is 140 dpi and the BookWarningImageDPI is 180 dpi. It may be the same for the calendar, 180.MBP 2.16Ghz; G5 2 Core 2GHz, 2G RAM, G4 Dual 1Ghz, 1.5G RAM; 750/250/200 GB HDs;, Mac OS X (10.5.1), 22" LCD, Canon: SD700IS/i850/8600F, Epson R200; 4G Nano, 30G Video iPod