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Aperture migration software

PhilBurton

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This product was mentioned in a photo list I receive.

As a PC user, I'm just passing this along for Mac users. Apparently Aperture won't run on Catalina.

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That looks potentially very useful. The Adobe-supplied plugin for importing Aperture libraries was very poorly implemented and many people give up trying to use it. It's most severe problem is performance: It slows to a crawl with more than a few thousand photos in a library, taking days to complete a library with tens of thousands of photos.
 
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