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  • Fat Cat Software - PowerPhotos Help - Copying individual photos
    on their date and location To ensure that the extra photo information such as titles descriptions keywords dates and favorites will come over you should drag the photos from PowerPhotos image browser and not from a Finder window or some other program that lets you drag files If you drag from somewhere else they will be treated as regular photos and the extra information associated with them will not be

    Original URL path: https://www.fatcatsoftware.com/powerphotos/Help/copying%20individual%20photos.html (2016-04-25)
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  • Fat Cat Software - PowerPhotos Help - Copying albums and moments
    one library to another in one step while retaining photo metadata such as keywords dates favorites titles and descriptions To copy albums or moments to another library select them in PowerPhotos then drag them them onto the library you would like to copy them to PowerPhotos will first collect the information about those photos from the source library and then import those photos into the destination library and restore all the photo information as it was before If you drag more than one album at once and a photo belongs to more than one of those albums the photo will only be imported once but will be added to all the appropriate newly created albums in the destination library Note that you cannot drag albums from Photos itself into PowerPhotos you must drag the albums from PowerPhotos own window in order to perform a copy Also only regular albums and folders can be copied as is between libraries Copying a smart album to another library will copy all the photos in that smart album but a regular album will be created in the destination library containing those photos rather than a smart album Copying keepsake items like calendars books and

    Original URL path: https://www.fatcatsoftware.com/powerphotos/Help/copying%20albums%20and%20moments.html (2016-04-25)
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  • Fat Cat Software - PowerPhotos Help - Merging libraries
    you do not specify an actions e g adding to an album assigning a keyword etc when merging PowerPhotos is simply using the rules to choose a single photo to import from each group of duplicate photos You can read more about how this works in the Handling Duplicates When Copying section of the manual You are also given some options to customize how PowerPhotos determines that two photos are duplicates of one another You can read more about these in the Choosing keepers with duplicate rules section When merging into an existing Photos library if a group of duplicate photos contains one photo that is already in the destination library that photo will always be the one to be kept rather than a photo from any of the source libraries being merged The reason for this is because there is not a reliable way to replace an existing photo with a different one in Photos including making sure that photo appears in the correct place in albums keepsake items web galleries and other various aspects of the library structure The best way around this limitation is to merge into a new library rather than an existing library 4 Options Some other options are configurable when setting up your merge Combine contents of albums with same name This option determines what to do if an album with a particular name is present in more than one library that s being merged For example say you re merging two libraries that both have an album named Vacation If this option is checked then a single Vacation album will be created in the merged library with the combined contents of the two original Vacation albums If unchecked then each Vacation album will be copied separately resulting in two albums in the merged

    Original URL path: https://www.fatcatsoftware.com/powerphotos/Help/merging%20libraries.html (2016-04-25)
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  • Fat Cat Software - PowerPhotos Help - Migrating iPhoto and Aperture libraries
    Finder and drop them on the list or click the Add iPhoto Library button to perform another search For each library in the list you can see iPhoto Library The name of the iPhoto library itself Hovering the mouse over the library s name will show the full path to the library and clicking the magnifying glass icon next to the library will reveal the library in the Finder Migration Status The status of this library s migration The possible states are Not Migrated The library has not been migrated to Photos yet In Progress PowerPhotos is currently migrating the library to Photos Migration Succeeded The library has been successfully migrated to Photos Migration Error A migration was attempted but unsuccessful Clicking the i button next to the status will show additional error information Photos Library If the iPhoto library has been migrated this column will show the resulting Photos library The action menu next to the library allows you to reveal the library in the Finder or in PowerPhotos own library list Migration Date The date that the migration was performed To start migrating your libraries check the checkbox next to each library you would like to migrate then click the Migrate button in the upper right PowerPhotos will proceed to migrate each library in succession opening it up in Photos allowing the migration to complete then proceeding to the next library Migration can take a fair amount of time but PowerPhotos will take care of the details so you shouldn t need to monitor the process When unregistered there is a limit of migrating two libraries at a time Registering PowerPhotos will allow you to migrate any number of libraries at once Migrating a library creates a brand new library on disk and does not modify the original

    Original URL path: https://www.fatcatsoftware.com/powerphotos/Help/migrating%20iphoto%20and%20aperture%20libraries.html (2016-04-25)
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  • Fat Cat Software - PowerPhotos Help - System requirements
    X 10 11 or later and runs on any Intel based Macintosh with a Core 2 Duo processor or better Installation Registering PowerPhotos About Us Our Products Online Store Support Official Blog Bulk Discounts Save by purchasing our bundled packages

    Original URL path: https://www.fatcatsoftware.com/powerphotos/Help/system%20requirements.html (2016-04-25)
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  • Fat Cat Software - PowerPhotos Help - About Photos libraries
    keeping track of where they are Photos also creates a handful of its own data files in the library along with the photos themselves These files contain information such as how you have your photos organized into albums the title favorites keywords and other information you assign to your photos and much more A Photos library is a self contained unit so all the photos and related data are all stored within that one library package This means that you can backup move or copy the library by simply copying or moving the library package using the Finder just like you would copy any other file or folder Typically while working with Photos it keeps all the details of the library package hidden from you You can just use Photos interface to manage your photos and you never even need to look inside the Photos library package itself However in some cases especially if you encounter problems with your Photos library in can be useful to know a little bit more about what goes on inside the library If you wish to delve into the library package s contents you can do so by control clicking on it in the

    Original URL path: https://www.fatcatsoftware.com/powerphotos/Help/about%20photos%20libraries.html (2016-04-25)
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  • Fat Cat Software - PowerPhotos Help - Introduction
    synced with iCloud while still keeping the bulk of your photos on your Mac You can also easily browse and search your photos and find duplicate photos in your libraries There are four main parts to the PowerPhotos window Library list This is a list of the photo libraries that PowerPhotos knows about The button lets you create a new empty library or add existing Photos libraries to PowerPhotos You can rename the items in the list by selecting the library then clicking the name and typing in a new name The button lets you remove a library from your library list though the library will remain where it is on your hard drive Album list This displays the list of albums and moments in the selected library You can select an album or moment to view the photos it contains in the photo browser on the right Photo browser The photo browser takes up the majority of the window and allows you to browse through the actual photos stored in whatever library you have selected There is both a grid view which lets you browse photos much like in Photos and a list view which provides an easy way

    Original URL path: https://www.fatcatsoftware.com/powerphotos/Help/introduction.html (2016-04-25)
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  • Fat Cat Software - PowerPhotos Help - Installation
    Safari should automatically unzip it in your Downloads folder You can drag PowerPhotos from there into your Applications folder to install it To uninstall drag PowerPhotos from your hard drive to the trash If you are upgrading a previous version of PowerPhotos you can simply replace the old version with the new one and your list of libraries and all your settings will be retained automatically You can also use

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