An e-mail sent to .Mac subscribers notes recent changes to Apple applications and devices to enhance support for .Mac Web Galleries, including recently noted changes to Apple TV and Aperture. There’s more, too.
Apple TV users who have downloaded the new 2.0 software update — available starting today — are able to view any .Mac user’s public photos and movies. A new .Mac entry in the Photos menu lets you navigate to any .Mac member’s account.
The most recent update to iPhoto, version 7.1.2, lets users upload full-size JPEGs as well as images optimized for 16 x 20-inch prints. iPhoto 7.1.2 also lets users publish standalone albums that don’t appear in the Web Gallery home page.
iMovie 7.1.1 also has been enhanced, with the ability to password-protect iMovies uploaded to a Web Gallery, so you can limit the audience for specific movies.
Users can now subscribe to your entire Web Gallery using a single RSS feed; the feed will be updated any time new photos or movies are added.
Finally, Aperture 2.0, also released today, now features the ability to publish directly to .Mac Web Galleries. Aperture users can also upload original RAW files if they choose, making RAW files available for download.