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Guardare immagini streaming photo su iCloud senza usare iPhoto

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Con la funzione “Streaming foto” presnete su iOS5 grazie ad iCloud, le foto scattate sul vostro dispositivo iOS e le foto importate sul vostro Mac/Pc vengono automaticamente inviate a tutti i dispositivi collegati. Per recuperare le foto sul Mac, siamo obbligati ad aprire iPhoto o Aperture. Ma da oggi non è così. Scoprite il metodo alternativo grazie a questa guida!

Iconmaster ci ha suggerito un semplice trucco che ci permetterà di accedere alle foto salvate tramite “Streaming Foto” senza accedere ad iPhoto. Ecco come fare:

Per prima cosa dovrete rendere visibili tutti i file nascosti del vostro Mac, seguendo questa guida. Per chi ancora non lo sapesse, la cartella Libreria su OSX, a partire da Lion, è nascosta
Raggiungere il percorso Utente>Libreria>Application Support>iLifeAssetManagement>assets

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Effettuare una ricerca all’interno della cartella sub presente all’interno di assets, come indicato nella figura sotto

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Salvare quindi la ricerca, grazie all’apposito pulsante presente sotto il box di ricerca, come in figura

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Ora vi ritroverete la ricerca effettuata, salvata all’interno della barra laterale. Ci basterà far click con il “tasto destro” e selezionare aggiungi al dock

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Ora vi ritroverte il collegamento alla cartella dello “Streaming Foto” direttamente sul dock. Non dovrete più accedere ad iPhoto per visualizzare o recuperare una foto presente all’interno del vostro archivio iCloud.

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Come trovare le foto archiviate nella libreria iPhoto

via: www.osxdaily.com

Where iPhoto Pictures are Located and How to Access the iPhoto Library and Picture Files

iPhoto is a great picture management app, but you may still occasionally want to access the original picture files for a variety of purposes, either to import them into another app or for backup purposes. This is easily done, but what exactly you are looking for depends on which version of iPhoto you are using.

Where iPhoto Pictures Are Stored

iPhoto pictures are stored within the home /Pictures/ directory, in a file called iPhoto Library. But with newer versions of iPhoto, iPhoto Library became a package file rather than a folder, so in order to access the original picture files you have to go one step further in one of two locations:

iPhoto 9 pictures location:
/Pictures/iPhoto Library/Masters/

iPhoto 8 and prior versions pictures location:
/Pictures/iPhoto Library/Originals/

Accessing the iPhoto Picture Files and Originals

You can either access the directory from Go To Folder command within the Mac OS X Desktop by hitting Command+Shift+G or by opening the directory manually:

  • Open /Pictures/ and locate the “iPhoto Library” file
  • Right-Click and select “Show Package Contents”
  • Navigate to “Masters” or “Originals” to find your original iPhoto pictures

Picture Organization by /Year/Month/Date/
Regardless of the version of iPhoto, the pictures are stored and organized by folders based on dates, broken down by year, month, and day. For example, pictures imported on August 30th 2011 would be in the folder “2011″ followed by “August” and then within that directory, another named “30″. If you know exactly what import date you are looking for you can specify that as a full path and go directly to it, like so:

/Pictures/iPhoto Library/Masters/2011/August/30/

The precise path format varies slightly in iPhoto versions, and older versions may contain full dates in the directory in the format of “August 30, 2011″ but it’s not any more difficult to work with. These directories are also the same regardless of the device the pictures originated from, whether it’s from an iPhone or a digital camera.

Once you’re in the directory, you can copy these files over to elsewhere and it will not impact your iPhoto library assuming the originals remain in the library.