Currently Being ModeratedJul 15, 2013 10:00 AM (in response to billbir)
The import of iPhoto Libraries changed considerably since Aperture 3.3 and iPhoto 9.3.
Now Aperture and iPhoto share a unified library format. Any iPhoto library (version 9.3 or later) is also an Aperture library. You can simply open your iPhoto library in Aperture and use it with Aperture or iPhoto as you like.
But you cannot any longer import single iPhoto events or albums; there is no longer an iPhoto Browser in Aperture. But you can import complete iPhoto libraries into an Aperture library, if you want to merge your libraries into one.
See these support articles:
When you are viewing your iPhoto Library in Aperture, you will see all your organization - the events will be projects, you will see all your faces, places,keywords, albums. It is easier to group projects/events in Aperture, so any new arranging would better be done after the transit.
Added: If you have any hidden photos in iPhoto, unhide them before you open the library in Aperture, for Aperture cannot unhide photos hidden in iPhoto.
Currently Being ModeratedJul 15, 2013 1:47 PM (in response to léonie)
Thanks for your reply, which answers my question. I must have been watching a pre-3.3 video tutorial which seemed to demonstrate that you could import part of your library. I do not have any hidden photos in iPhoto, so that is not an issue, but thank you for the warning.
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