New Plugins for Windows Live Photo Gallery


Yummy! No longer will I have to use the god-forsaken Facebook photo upload tool – thank you Will Duff!!!! http://blogs.msdn.com/pix/pages/Plug_2D00_ins.aspx

Windows Live Photo Gallery (Beta) and Windows Live Movie Maker (Beta) make it simple to add publishing support for 3rd party sharing services. Simply download and install a plug-in and start publishing. Note: plug-ins only work with the new beta versions of Photo Gallery and Movie Maker available here.

LiveUpload to Facebook - Created by Will Duff.  LiveUpload to Facebook is a plug-in for Windows Live Photo Gallery Beta that makes it easy for anyone to upload their photos to Facebook. The plug-in takes advantage of the new people tagging feature in Windows Live Photo Gallery Beta to persist your people tags onto Facebook.

LiveUpload to YouTube - Created by Will Duff.  LiveUpload to YouTube is a plug-in for Windows Live Photo Gallery Beta and Windows Live Movie Maker Beta that makes it easy for anyone to upload their videos straight to YouTube.

Publish on SmugMug - Created by Omar Shahine. Publish on SmugMug is a plug-in for Photo Gallery & Movie Maker that supports publishing photos and video to the photo sharing site SmugMug.

Publish on Flickr - Created by Windows Live.  Did you know Flickr is already supported in Windows Live Photo Gallery? Look on the Publish menu!

Picasa Web Publisher - Created by Mark Steeves. Picasa Web Publisher is a publishing plugin for Photo Gallery. Picasa Web Publisher enables you to publish your photos to your Picasa Web account.

Drupal Publisher - Created by Chris Charabaruk. Drupal Publisher for Photo Gallery provides a quick and easy way to post your photos on a Drupal web site. Some experience with setting up Drupal modules may be required.

... We will be updating this page with links to more great plug-ins as they come available. Keep checking back!

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Comments (2)

  1. Anonymous says:

    Thanks James for the heads up on the new plug-ins! LiveUpload to Facebook – Created by Will Duff . 

  2. David says:

    how are plugins installed? i’ve downloaded and installed one but nothing changes and there is very little documentation.

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