If you use Aperture, or have used it in the past, you may notice that Mylio’s terminology is similar, but with a few differences.
Albums in Aperture are like Albums in Mylio. Albums allow you to group and organize photos without affecting their location on your hard drive. Albums are virtual storage locations like a playlist for your photos. One photo can be assigned to multiple albums, without duplicating the image or taking up additional storage space.
Projects in Aperture work similarly to Folders in Mylio. Folders represent the folders on your computer, external hard drives, and other devices that contain your Original photos and videos.
Editing in Aperture is done in the adjustments panel of the left sidebar while viewing a photo. Mylio’s editing tools can be found in the Edit Panel in the Details Panel. Editing can help make your images look amazing. Mylio contains essential editing tools that work equally well on your computer and mobile devices.
Faces is Aperture’s face recognition tool. Mylio has a separate People view that allows you to view and organize photos of family and friends. As you start tagging the people in your photos, Mylio’s facial recognition will help you tag them in future photos.
Places in Aperture is like Mylio’s Map view which organizes photos by location on a world map. Mylio does this automatically for photos that have GPS metadata.
Metadata in Aperture can be found in the info panel of the left sidebar. Metadata in Mylio is in the Details Panel in the Info Panel. From the Info Panel you can view and manage information about your photos including title, captions, date, keywords, categories, location, and other metadata.
Slideshows in Aperture are like Slideshows in Mylio.
Vaults in Aperture are very different from a Vault in Mylio. In Aperture, a Vault functioned as an alternate library. In Mylio, a Vault is any device that stores a complete copy of all files and photos in your Mylio Library.