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Thread: iPhoto Books

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    Apple introduced 'worldwide avalibility' for their iPhoto books, and then said "for countried that have the iTunes music store" so then, when do we get it?? isn't it about time we get it, or is that another story totally?

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    Probably another story as I assume they would be looking for a local (Australasian) printer for the books that would have enough capacity and be able to keep the quality high.

    At a guess they are probably working on it, but who know when we will see it.


    P.S. As far as I know Japan does not have the iPhoto books and they have had the music store longer than us.
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    good point!

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    You can get your iPhoto books done locally in Australia through Digital Da Vinci All you need do is download their free plugin for iPhoto and then you can send your pictures via iPhoto to them to have what ever type of album made.

    It's a good service and the results are great.

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    It will be interesting to see if they bother to offer an official service here anytime soon...
    and then even to compare the prices from Apple to the current 3rd party Aust options.
    mulitple iOS devices - iPhone, iPad Air, and iPod nano
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    i'm sure if apple was to make the books avalible they wouldn't make it as expensive as those aussy people, because they're actually quite expensive!

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    Originally posted by something2sea@gmail.com@Oct 27 2005, 06:28 PM
    i'm sure if apple was to make the books avalible they wouldn't make it as expensive as those aussy people, because they're actually quite expensive!
    The same thing was said about ITMS

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    Actually Japan Has iPhoto Printing

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    Originally posted by iluvmymactoo@Oct 27 2005, 05:53 AM
    You can get your iPhoto books done locally in Australia through Digital Da Vinci All you need do is download their free plugin for iPhoto and then you can send your pictures via iPhoto to them to have what ever type of album made.

    It's a good service and the results are great.
    do digital da vinci work with iphoto 4? i don't have iphoto 5 and their plug in says that is what it is for.

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    yeah, they are quite expensive though!!

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    NOTE: Digital Da Vinci , is NextByte

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