What is iPhoto?: What is iPhoto? iPhoto is one of the most popular Apple applications on Mac system. Bundled with every new Mac since 2002, millions of people have imported and manipulated billions of photos with this useful software.
How to merge libraries in iPhoto? : How to merge libraries in iPhoto? STEP1: Launch iPhoto, click "Events" within the pane on the left side of the iPhoto window. You will see all of your photo libraries or events. STEP2: Click a photo library that you want to merge with another. Drag and drop this library into the destination library. A dialog box will appear to ask you for confirming the merge. STEP3: Click "Merge". Then the photos from the original library are now a part of the destination library.
How to remove Duplicate Photos in iPhoto Library? : How to remove Duplicate Photos in iPhoto Library? After merging events and libraries, you may find that there are duplicate copies of photos. To delete iPhoto duplicate pictures, you can follow the instructions: Way1: In iPhoto, select the album that has the duplicate photos in it. Click the duplicate photo which you want to remove from your album. Then click the "Delete" button on your keyboard or directly drag and drop the photo into the Trash.
PowerPoint Presentation: Way2: iPhoto Duplicate Annihilator is a small but useful application which can scan pictures in iPhoto library and tag all the duplicate copies that it find by putting the Duplicate in the comments. After scanning, you need to go to iPhoto and search for duplicate in the comment. Items which appear with the duplicate tag can be deleted.
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