Abiltiy to view Zenfolio on my TV thru the internet using carriers such as Roku or Sony TV .
Viewing throungh TV/internet interface such as Roku or the TV (sony, Samsung, Visio, etc). Picassa already does this.
Streaming interface (via Roku) to see Galleries on my HDTV
Please consider a streaming video feature that would allow me to see my photos on HDTV. Could stream to Roku box -- just like your competition does.
Terry Mercer commented
Nearly FIVE years... and nada... but Roku & wifi tv's have multiplied massively in the last five years. Roku's and wifi tv's are pretty much a 'standard' these days, and so many places are 'displaying' images from OTHER sites... but not Zenfolio. WHY? Shutterfly, Instagram, Flickr, Smugmug, and others... but no Zen. Hummmmm....
Is there a reason this hasn't happened... by now??
Shutterfly has a channel on Roku. It would be great if Zenfolio did too!
I would like to add photographers choice of music to go with the slide show.
Darren Ingram commented
Did anything ever move on this.... after a few years it does seem a long time to wait..
I would love a roku app as well any word about this?
highly recommend to be able to view galleries on Apple tv.
Dave Havercamp commented
Great idea. It has been suggested two years ago. Nothing has happened. I am switching over to SmugMug. There is software available to move all of your photos over. from Zenfolio to Smugmug.
If not soon added, I'll be leaving Z to get this feature from your competition!
I would like to add PS3 and Apple TV to the list. I switched from MobileMe to Zenfolio and it would be good to have the screensaver and slideshow features from MobileMe on Apple TV. That would turn the TV in a giant photo frame looping through Zenfolio galleries.
Michael Fink commented
I'd like to see an XB360 or Windows Media Center app that did this in addition to the TV web interfaces. It would be much nicer to do this with an app that connected straight to ZenFolio and allowed users to select using a remote control (easily).
Jud Cuttino commented
Most new TV's connect to the internet inabling connection with various services such as Netflix, Amazon and now photo services such as Picasso. This would enable easier viewing by more people in this growing sector.