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What is an .IPHOTO file?
.IPHOTO is iPhoto Library File
The iphoto file extension is associated with the Apple iPhoto a photo editing and photo management app for Mac OS X.
An iphoto file contains metadata and other information, that were read from imported photos.
Apple iPhoto is obsolete replaced by Apple Photos.
This iphoto file type entry was marked as obsolete and no longer supported file format.
This type of file is no longer actively used and is most likely obsolete. This is typically the case for system files in old operating systems, file types from long discontinued software, or previous versions of certain file types (like documents, projects etc.) that were replaced in higher versions of their original programs.
An iphoto file extension is related to the Apple iPhoto and used for its library files.Use Apple iPhoto to work with *.iphoto files.You can export photos stored in *.iphoto files to JPG grams that open iPhoto Library File
How to open IPHOTO files
Important: Different programs may use files with the IPHOTO file extension for different purposes, so unless you are sure which format your IPHOTO file is, you may need to try a few different programs.
Many people use iPhoto to organise and manipulate their photos, and it’s certainly a great way to keep everything tagged and categorised. iPhoto can also easily import all your mobile photos in seconds as follows:
Step 1. Connect the iPhone to your Mac and open iPhoto (if it’s not already set to open automatically when you connect your iPhone)
Step 2. In the left hand panel under DEVICES click on your iPhone
Step 3. Next you can choose whether you want to split events for each day or not, and also enter an event name (such as ‘day trip’)
Step 4. In the main window, choose the photos you want to import and then Import Selected, or Import <N> Photos (e.g. if you have 20 photos on the iPhone it will display Import 20 Photos
Step 5. When prompted, choose either Delete Photos or Keep Photos on your iPhone
Your photos should now appear inside the event you named, as well as in the Last Import album.
iPhoto Photo Stream
Thanks to iCloud, your photos can be automatically uploaded to the cloud (when you connect over WiFi) and synchronised with other devices easily. Photo Stream stores a month’s worth of photos, and it’s perhaps the easiest way to sync photos with other devices without having to lift a finger.
Step 1. Make sure Photo Stream is enabled in iPhoto: open iPhoto and then Preferences from the iPhoto menu (or just CMD + ,)
Step 2. In the Photo Stream section, make sure the checkbox Enable Photo Stream is ticked
Step 3. On your iPhone, make sure Photo Stream is on. Look in Settings -> iCloud and set Photo Stream to On
Step 4. Connect your iPhone via WiFi to make sure your recent photos are uploaded to the cloud. It might take a few minutes depending on the speed of your connection
Step 5. In iPhoto, go to the Photo Stream album within the Albums section. From here, you can move your photos into other albums and manipulate them as desired, including export them to other formats and sizes
iPhoto also creates an event for each month of your photo stream – for example Mar 2012 Photo Stream, and Apr 2012 Photo Stream.
Download your photos and videos from iCloud Photos
In iCloud for Windows 11.1 or later
New photos and videos you add to iCloud Photos are shown on your PC automatically. To download the file from iCloud when you view it, double-click its thumbnail. You can also keep your photos downloaded on your PC with these steps: Open File Explorer. In the Navigation pane, click iCloud Photos. Select the images you want to keep on your PC. Right-click the selection and choose "Always keep on this device." If you change a photo or video on another device or on iCloud.com, it updates automatically on your PC.
In older versions of iCloud for Windows
New photos and videos you add to iCloud Photos will automatically download to your PC. You can also download older photos and videos with these steps: Open File Explorer (Windows 10) or Windows Explorer (Windows 7). Click iCloud Photos in the Navigation pane. If you don’t see iCloud Photos, click Pictures in the Navigation pane, then double-click iCloud Photos. In iCloud for Windows 10, click the Notification area in the taskbar, then click Download Photos in the iCloud Photos notification. Choose the photos and videos you want to download by year. In iCloud for Windows 7, click “Download photos and videos” in the Windows Explorer toolbar. Choose the photos and videos you want to download by year, then click Download. Your photos and videos download to the location you set in iCloud Photos Options. In iCloud for Windows 10 or later, if you change a photo or video on another device or on iCloud.com, it updates automatically on your PC. In iCloud for Windows version 7, you need to re-download the photos to see any updates.
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