Updating RAW processing from previous versions of Aperture


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Updating RAW processing from previous versions of Aperture

If you bring images into Aperture 3 that you worked on in Aperture 2 - and let's say that you import a project. So, you had an existing project in Aperture 2, where you had done a lot of work, and then you bring that into Aperture 3. One of the things you are going to have to think about is what we call reprocessing, because in Aperture 2 a different type of processing was used than in Aperture 3.

And the way that you can tell if you'll need to do this, now, this is only true for RAW files, right? If you are bringing in JPEGs, this is not an issue, and you can go to the next movie and start playing with some adjustments. But if you shoot RAW and if you processed RAW in Aperture 2, this is something that I want you to think about a little bit. So, when you have an image that was processed in Aperture 2 and you bring it into Aperture 3, usually by importing a project, because if you import a whole library or if you update a whole library, part of the reason why that takes so long is th...

Updating RAW processing from previous versions of Aperture
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Updating RAW processing from previous versions of Aperture provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Derrick Story as part of the Aperture 3 Essential Training (2012)

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