1402 Views 4 Replies Latest reply: May 22, 2010 3:36 AM by LewInVT
If you are referring to the "key" photo - the photo for a stack without opening the stack, with iPhoto this is determined by the first photo in the iPhoto album selected to be transferred. With iPhoto Events, you can assign a "key" photo for each event regardless where the photo is located in the Event, but not with an album. The first photo in an iPhoto album is the "key" photo. The same may apply with Aperture.
No, I'm referring to the photo that is visible when a number of photos are stacked within Aperture. This could be 2 or 10 or more photos that are similar. After creating a stack, I can promote one of the photos to be visible when the stack is collapsed.
An album in Aperture can contain any number of stacks. I would like to see only the photo viewable in Aperture on my iPad after synch. Now, on my iPad I'm seeing all the photos contained in each stack...not really what I want.
As mentioned in my first message, it's implemented correctly on my AppleTV. I'm seeing only the primary stack photo; the others are hidden.