Sunday, May 12, 2013

Set Photos Taken from iPhone as a Screensaver on Mac OS X

8:47 AM

Discover an interesting feature of OS X Mountain Lion . And it is as the title suggests, in this post We show you how to use pictures taken with your iOS device as a screensaver on your Mac, but the real trick is – how to do it, which does not require any synchronization or intervention manually by us because Our Mac will be able to display wireless and automatically the latest photos taken with our iOS devices.
How?  by using our little friend called iCloud. And many criticize it, but some features like Photo Stream are almost essential for this thing to be done . Photo Stream  allows to show our photographs as the basis for the screensaver.

How to do it ?

  • Activate PhotoStream or “Photo Stream” on your iOS device and Mac
  • Then open iPhoto and access the program settings to activate the service in iPhoto.
  • Access the System Preferences, under “Desktop & Screen Saver”.
  • Now the first thing to do is select the type of transition you want to create photos.
  • Once selected, click the pop-up menu next to “Source” and select the Photo Library .
  • In this section you can select “Photo Stream” as the source for these pictures.
Now every time you take a picture with any of your iOS devices and sync with iPhoto, then automatically it will  be displayed as a screensaver on your computer.

Note: If this tutorial worked for you (and it should work), please leave a comment below. Thanks.

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