Software :: Why Need Excessive HDD Space To Import Photos To IPhoto

Sep 18, 2010

I've been trying unsuccessfully to import 8gb worth of photos directly from my DSLR (a Canon 40D with CF card) to iPhoto and it keeps telling me I've run out of HD space before it's finished even though I've over 15gb to start with. I tried again tonight after freeing my HD up to 29 gb and it got to about 90% of the files when iphoto crashed, but I was monitoring it in finder only to see my free space go from 29gb to 10gb. Why do I need more than twice the memory card capacity to import these photos?

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MacBook Air :: Storage Reporting Photos Are Taking Up Excessive Space

Aug 24, 2014

I can't seem to find out why my Mac is reporting such excessive storage use for "Photos". My iPhoto library says it's only about 1.47GB. Earlier today, I unchecked the option of importing photos from other locations to the iPhoto library, since we have an external hard drive that we use to store photos. 

Why it's reporting such high usage? In the screenshot is OmniDiskSweeper, which shows sizes of each folder. They definitely aren't adding up to the 92GB that it says is in use, unless all that extra data is coming from some folder I don't have permission to. 

Info:
MacBook Air, OS X Mavericks (10.9.4)

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OS X :: Photos Unable To Import Into IPhoto

Apr 20, 2009

I have a dvd that I saved from my old mac with 6,000 pictures.

I used iphoto to import them. After over 9 hours there was still 4500 pics left to be imported.

The total size of all the pics is 1.5 gigs. I can't imagine why it would take this long.

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Applications :: Don't Import Photos To IPhoto Library

Feb 18, 2009

I recently discovered Bridge. Always had it, but never used it. I very much like that you can see all the information of a selected photo, and that you can sort photos on for example dimensions. It works faster than iPhoto too. The best thing though, is that you can make your own folder-structures.

That's the biggest disadvantage of iPhoto I think. Now I have hundreds (as a matter of speaking) events, which could be grouped to a a few dozens. For example: "Music" > "Concerts" > "Deep Purple" > "California Jam '74"

I know I can create (Smart) albums in iPhoto, but that merges everything into one. If I use my example again, if I would create an album "Music", there would be "California Jam '74" in it, but also an other concert from Deep Purple. And concerts of other bands. And other things related to music. And all of that merged into one huge 'event'.

Am I right or am I missing something?

But, iPhoto looks fantastic, the slideshows are superior, and those new Places and Faces are awesome. But that absence of a folder structure is killing me. If the events were just folder thumbnails...

I'm thinking, what if I do "don't import photos to iPhoto library", and make my own folder structures? That way I can use Bridge as it supposed to be, and if I want to show (off with) my photos I'll go to iPhoto and spend a minute finding the right event.

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Sep 18, 2009

I've installed Leopard and iPhoto '09 on my Mac. I have iPhoto 6 on an external hard drive. How do I import the iPhoto 6 photos and book projects into iPhoto '09 (I also want iPhoto '09 library to be on the external hard drive)?

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Intel Mac :: Can't Import Any Photos Or Videos Without Iphoto Crashing

Apr 24, 2012

I cant import any photos or videos without iphoto crashing. I have an Ipad2 and iphone4 with a brand new imac running Lion. Since I bought my imac it has always had problems with iphoto. I have removed iphoto and reinstalled a fresh copy of it via the CD that came with my imac. Also, I have no plugins installed so no divx or anything like that.

Process:     iPhoto [18206]Path:        /Applications/iPhoto.app/Contents/MacOS/iPhotoIdentifier:  com.apple.iPhotoVersion:     9.2.3 (9.2.3)Build Info:  iPhotoProject-629052000000000~1Code Type:   X86 (Native)
Parent Process:  launchd [144] Date/Time:   2012-04-24 07:53:50.748 -0700OS Version:  Mac OS X 10.7.3 (11D50b)

[code]....

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ICloud On Mac :: Cannot Import Photos Using IPhoto - Option Is Disabled?

Dec 5, 2014

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Applications :: IPhoto Freezing When Click Import Selected Photos

Jun 6, 2010

I have the iLife 08 version of iPhoto and i inserted my sd card, selected photos and clicked import selected. It freezes on 47 left and i have to force quit. Even stopping doesn't work.

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Aug 22, 2010

Every single photos has the name of the image on the facebook photo description, for example: IMG00982.

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MacBook Pro :: Deleting Photos From Hard Drive After IPhoto Import

Jun 2, 2012

I recently switched over to a Mac from a PC which I've had for years. Since I never had a photo storage program on my PC, all my photos were kept in folders on my hard drive. When I got my Mac, all my photos were imported into iPhoto and now I simply use iPhoto for everything I upload. My question is, can I delete the old photos (now imported into iPhoto but still on my hard drive in seperate folders) from my hard drive to save space without deleting them from iPhoto? I checked my settings and I do have the "copy to iPhoto library" option checked but I don't know if that makes a difference. Any information would be helpful - it would be nice if I knew I could delete photos that are essentially duplicates to save space on my hard drive.

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MacBook Pro

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Dec 4, 2014

After downloading Yosemite  10.10.1 to my Macbook Air, I can't import photos from camera to iPhoto. Had no problem before. It recognizes camera and says loading, but it never does load photos.

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MacBook Air, OS X Yosemite (10.10.1)

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Software :: Snow Leopard - Import Photos Into Iphoto From Digital Camera

Oct 30, 2009

After installing Snow Leopard on both of my computers, I have found that while the computers recognize my digital camera it will not allow me to import photos into i-photo and eventually you have to just force quit i-photo to get out of it.

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Jun 17, 2014

My iPhoto is empty, however when trying to upload some photos from an SD card, I get the message, "Insufficient Disk Space. iPhoto cannot upload your photos because there is not enough disk space in the volume containing your iPhoto library."

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OS X :: IPhoto Not Saving Photos / There Is A Problem Accessing One Or More Files In Your IPhoto Library

Nov 29, 2010

When I log into iPhoto I now get this message:

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Intel Mac :: How To Get IPhoto 9 To Display Photos Way Iphoto 6 Did

Jul 1, 2012

i have returned all my photos into the new iphoto 9.1.However they aren't displayed the way they used to be. The computer is ignoring all the dates i entered on the individual film rolls and displaying them with date that's embedded on the digital images.An example is i have a film roll which contains photos of my cat Salem which range from 2004 to 2012. This 'folder' used to be displayed at the bottom of all the film rolls as i had it dated 12/25/2020 so i knew where it was and could add to it easily. Now though it's near the top lumped together with 2004 photos dated 2004-2012.How do i get iPhoto to display my photo film rolls the way they were on iphoto 6?I would go back to running TIiger and the apps that came with it including iPhoto 06 but i need snow leopard as i have bought two new Lacie 2 TB drives for storage and they need a newer operating system.

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Jun 26, 2012

I've downloaded some photos from my old, old, PC and have tried following the instructions re inserting the cd then clicking on import to library from file but I just got a load of flags! 

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Jul 6, 2010

I have a Kodak easyshare V1253 Camera.It won't let me import photos and videos from the camera via iPhoto. Just says error downloading image.If I go into bootcamp it imports fine on windows.How can i fix this? I would much like to have a way to take pictures directly from the camera rather than through iPhoto like in the finder. Is this possible as when i plug in my camera nothing comes up.

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Dec 8, 2014

I have just moved from PC to Mac. 

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Apr 26, 2012

I have downloaded the appropriate software and connected the camera to the iMac via the supplied USB cable. The camera icon does not appear on the desktop and the camera gives a message "USB Mode Connecting... Check connected device" To me this is meaningless. How do I download my photos and my movies to iPhoto '11 and iMovie '11? This is a new camera and I'm very disappointed in it, as my previous Sony camera was a delight to use and download from.

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Dec 3, 2014

How do I import photos/video from a flash drive into Aperture?

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Dec 29, 2009

when viewing photos in iPhoto "Library>Photos", by default, each event is expanded (i.e., triangles are down, and all photos are visible). Is there a single command or keyboard shortcut that will collapse all the individual photos into headers only?

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Apr 5, 2010

Recently Aperture has a problem reading all the photos on my 4GB Sandisk memory cards (2 cards, same problem).

When importing pictures from Aperture (RAW) - it only reads about 10 pictures, displays the thumbnail and then stops reading from the card (when there is still hundreds more pictures to be imported).

What I have to do is import with iPhoto and then drag them into Aperture. This is a pain though. I happens on both my memory cards and is a recent thing. It used to work.

iPhoto reads the memory cards in the camera very quickly, but Aperture consistently fails on more than one memory card which leads me to exclude the cards as the point of failure.

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Jun 24, 2014

I scanned photos for 2 days & clicked import I thought to save, but import wouldn't stop running

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Sep 1, 2009

I have experienced a problem after I updated to SL last night.I made a fresh install of both SL and iLife 09 on my mbp unibody late 2008.

Afterwards, I replaced the my fresh iphoto library simply with my old iphoto 09library from time machine (no migration tool, only copy pasts).

But now I recognized a problem that I see no iphoto library in my Desktop and Screensaver Menu in control panel. I cant set iphoto library photos as screensaver cause I cant see them

Does anyone have a solution for it? or does anybody face the same issue?

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Dec 2, 2014

I just got a new 256GB SSD drive for my mac, I want to import my data from time machine backup, but its larger than 256GB since it used to be on my old optical drive. How can I import my latest backup keeping out some big files on the external drive?

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MacBook Pro, iOS 8.1.1

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OS X :: Trying To Import IPhoto Album Into Windows?

Mar 26, 2010

I have my macbook sold and now trying to import my iphoto album (1 20gb file)into windows. Picasa web is the best out for windows by far so i will be using this. i am curious if there is a way to keep all my events in order, as they were on my mac and import them into Picasa. heck if there is a way to export all the events into folders on my pc at all. then deal with Picasa after that.

I dragged all my files to an external drive before I got rid of the macbook, but when I open the IPhoto library within windows using MacDrive, it gives me all these weird folders. I see the pics in there. But I have 8gb in 1 folder, 800mb in another and a few scattered around. labeled 2008, 2009, 2010, etc. but nothing is feeling right about it and don't think it will copy everything over..

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Applications :: Using Aperture 3 After Import From IPhoto

Jun 9, 2010

I am using the 30 day Demo version of Aperture3 (awaiting the arrival of my ordered copy). Apple claims it to be "fully functional for 30 days, and I believe them, so I don't think (but can't rule out) that this is the source of my issue. I have imported my iPhoto Library (approx 20GB), not by reference, but actually copied the photos into the Aperture Library (as evidenced by the fact that it's physical size is approx 32GB). After that I did about a days work setting up faces and places for my many projects before I discovered the following: When I look at the metadata (General Category) for any photo, it shows my project source as being in my iPhoto library; not as I expected in the aperture library. I was hoping 1) to be able to trash the iPhoto library after the import & 2) not lose the day's work I put into places and faces. One more note, iPhoto (as expected) does not see these changes. Any ideas how to change the reference to the aperture library, is it possible that after applying a new serial number(when my paid copy of aperture arrives) that this will rectify itself? One more note; in the preferences (general tab) the library is correctly referenced as the Aperture3 library.

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MacBook Pro :: How To Import Images Without Using IPhoto

May 27, 2012

With PCs, I was used to importing pictures to my hard drive and then viewing and editing them with whatever software applications I wanted. With my Mac, I notice that when I insert my SD card, iPhoto starts and asks me to import, which I agree. Unfortunately, it imports the images to an iPhoto folder that I can't easily access from another program, such as PhotoshopElements. I have read how to use Finder to navigate to these imported images in the iPhoto library ("Show Package Content") and then I copy the folder of images and paste it to a folder in my "Pictures" directory in Finder.

I find this tedious and also redundant as I now I understand I basically have two copies of every image, one for iPhoto Library and the other for accessing via other programs, such as Photoshop.Is there anyway I can simply import images straight to a folder on my hard drive? Also, if I do choose to access these images via iPhoto, am I correct in assuming iPhoto will automatically create a duplicate folder, just for accessing in the iPhoto library? If so, isn't this a waste of hard drive space? Can this be avoided?

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Nov 11, 2008

I have a Canon S500 camera and whenever I plug my camera in and import a bunch of photos into IPhoto, the photos show up but I don't see the videos. Am I missing something? I still have them on the camera, but I want them off and stored in Iphoto

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Jul 5, 2007

For the past few days, I have been trying to import some photos from my Canon Rebel XT. The symptom is that after all photos are loaded from the camera, iPhoto displays 1 photo remaining and fails to complete. After a while, the camera times out and shuts off. iPhoto will now appear to be done, but in fact if you try to quit, it will refuse saying the import isn't finished. The only way to quit is to force a quit. While this is happening CPU will be 100% with 30% to the system, and 70% to iPhoto. You can leave this for days and it still will not complete.

I have tried importing from the camera directly, and directly from the compact flash with the same results.

I am running OSX 10.4.10 and iPhoto 6.0.6.

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