terrydev

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  • This is using up a lot of unnecessary disk space. You're using Aperture like a pixel editor such as Photoshop - why use Aperture at all, and not just a pixel editor?
  • Quite my point. Cumbersome, eliminates the major feature and you'd be better off with another app.
  • Photos is designed with the Managed library in mind. While it can be set to reference the files in location it really is not up to the task. There are two major pitfalls: 1. You can't use a ...
  • Do you have a lot of issues with corrupt caches? If not, why are you deleting them? Removing caches is the new "repair permissions" voodoo... it actually slows your Mac down.
  • Wander over to the Apple Support Discussions forum sometime and search for CleanMy Mac and see all the installations that have been hosed by that app. Frankly, any app that claims to "clean" or ...
  • Import to where? You can import the raw from the D300s to Photos, or simply copy them to the Finder. Have you tried inserting the card into the Mac? Or using Image Capture?
  • The easiest way is to export the Originals: File -> Export -> Unmodified Original If that's seems to difficult, then right click on the library package and select 'Show Package Contents'. Your ...
  • Start by getting rid of Avast. It serve you no purpose. it can't find things that don't exist and so you get false positives. Many anti-virus products actually interfere with the Macs own ...
  • Yes. You can find the iOS photos with a simple smart Album based on Camera Model Make a Project from those Export the project as a Library Open that Library with Photos Then delete the project from ...
  • When you save while working on the image, or close it. You also have an option to include a copy of the original within their package.
  • Yes it is. Simply, your original is not changed or altered, hence it's non-destructive. What's the limitation? LR saves the original plus the added sidecars, as does Luminar, albeit in a different ...
  • No you can subscribe to LR Classic, which is essentially LR7. You're not 'forced' anywhere. Even if your subscription lapses, the DAM element of LR continues to work, and so no, your photos are not ...
  • Perhaps I've not been clear. The problems you will face with Photos are not during the transition, but rather when you start dealing with your rather large referenced library with an app that has ...
  • For my money: don't bother. You're making a world of pain for yourself. Here's the core problem: This is a 'referenced' library and Aperture is really good with those. It has all sorts of tools to ...
  • The video on their website shows a spacer slider. It's demonstrated in the video around the 1:50 mark. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wVBJZC0b_1Q&feature=youtu.be
  • Being a media  manager, iTunes works pretty well. It already has a home video category and there are plenty of ways to organise the material, playlists, kwywording and all that goes with it. It ...
  • Never found a good way to do this - or at least an uncomplicated way. Edit with iMovie and then out put and manage the resulting file in... iTunes. So it can be shared with iPads and the AppleTV.
  • Couple of thoughts: 1. Neither On1 or DxO use a database in the same way as Aperture. Your photos are all stored in the file system, in folders, and so are easy accessible. Backing up then is ...
  • If you're a novice, then start with the built-in and basic, in other words, Apple's own Photos.app. It does exactly what you want. When you find you get to things it doesn't do, that's the time to ...
  • You would have to produce some evidence to support the idea that apple is 'selectively crippling those software by putting in codes in the new OS to prevent them from running or installing'. ...
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