Submit Hint Search The Forums LinksStatsPollsHeadlinesRSS
14,000 hints and counting!

Click here to return to the 'Create an iPhoto photocast without .Mac' hint
The following comments are owned by whoever posted them. This site is not responsible for what they say.
Create an iPhoto photocast without .Mac
Authored by: sd on Jul 28, '06 09:51:39AM
to answer to robg
"There's no control over the size of the exported images"

There are in fact 2 workarounds:
  • edit the 'exporter' file in the template, to specify a maximum size (near print); it is explained in the CHTML plugin's readme
  • after the photocast export, do a normal (iPhoto original) export into the 'images' subfolder. This way you can tell a maximum size, and the newly exported photos will replace the older not resized ones.

    Just another thing: you must use for now the 1.x version of CHTML, my template does not work yet with 2.0. But it will soon, and you will have a lot more options...

    [ Reply to This | # ]
  • Invalid RSS
    Authored by: terekkincaid on Aug 05, '06 09:38:09AM

    I've tried this, and it works fine in Safari, but the RSS feeds won't validate - it keeps spitting back parsing errors because of the "iphoto:" syntax. I need to get it to work for my PC using parents, but no RSS reader I can find will open it, nor even the Windows version of Photocast Viewer. I've tried both your sample and my own creations on a couple of different sites, and it always craps out because of the "iphoto:" stuff.

    Any quick fix for this? Thanks.

    [ Reply to This | # ]