Pixelpipe for Aperture
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Pixelpipe for Aperture... Liberate your media with Pixelpipe and get your photos from Aperture to your favourite social networks, blogs, and photosharing services. With support for over 50 different providers, the choice really is yours.

Supported services include: Picasa Web Albums, Flickr, Facebook, Friendfeed, Blogger, Wordpress, Twitter, Kodak, LiveJournal, Photobucket, SmugMug, Tumblr, Webshots…and many more!
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Intel, Aperture 2.0 or later



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Cerebrl reviewed on 27 Apr 2010
Now that I have figured it all out, I would like to rate this plugin as it deserves at least one rating. It works as advertised and is a solid service and app plugin. I am not sure why there aren't more people jumping all over this, but I am sure they will once they figure it out.

Yes, you have to sign up for the online service, but at least it is free and pretty darn cool to boot. Try it out, there are no strings or strange loops you have to jump through.

I have also figured out the routing functionality. If you want certain photos going to certain sites (eg. personal flickr and work flickr), then place unique @tags in your keywords field in Aperture. The key is not to leave the "Add keyword to uploads online: ... " field in the export dialogue window blank.

If you leave that field blank then a bug will not recognize your Aperture keywords. I have notified the dev about the problem, so hopefully we will see a fix.

[Cerebrl]
[Version 0.91b]


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Cerebrl commented on 27 Apr 2010
Trying this out now. It does work as advertised, except for one thing: I can't figure out how to utilize the routing feature. This is supposed to allow the user to direct where they want each photo to go depending on "routing tags" (@tag). Unfortunately, I can't figure out where in the world to put this @tag for it to work.

Anyone have any success with this feature?
[Version 0.91b]

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Cerebrl commented on 27 Apr 2010
Okay, I figured it out. For anyone that may struggle with the same problem, you have to place the @tag in the "Add keyword to uploads online: ... " within the Pixelpipe's dialogue box when you export it. It doesn't work if you place the @tag within Aperture itself.
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Type:Multimedia Design : Image Editing
License:Free
Date:16 Dec 2008
Platform:Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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Pixelpipe for Aperture... Liberate your media with Pixelpipe and get your photos from Aperture to your favourite social networks, blogs, and photosharing services. With support for over 50 different providers, the choice really is yours.

Supported services include: Picasa Web Albums, Flickr, Facebook, Friendfeed, Blogger, Wordpress, Twitter, Kodak, LiveJournal, Photobucket, SmugMug, Tumblr, Webshots…and many more!


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