Currently Being ModeratedJul 7, 2013 4:28 PM (in response to chris.trimble)
Are you exporting originals or edited versions? Can you export the originals without added artefacts?
Have you checked the color sync profile in your export setting? Maybe the color profile file you are using has become corrupted. Try, if you can export correctly, if you edit your export preset and change the settings for the color profile.
When exporting, select "Edit" in the export preset menu, edit the preset and change the color profile, then export with the edited preset.
Are the images still solid black? Also check the Gamma adjust and the watermark,if they may be turning the pictures black.
Currently Being ModeratedJul 9, 2013 4:23 AM (in response to léonie)
Thanks for your reply. I am exporting edited versions - export seems to work OK when exporting originals. But all my images are edited a bit, even if just simple cropping etc.
I tried adjusting the color sync profile as you suggested but this didn't help. I also adjusted the gamma and watermark and again, no change.
It seems like I have some kind of bug or something within Aperture, because it is doing all kind of strange things, like now eny time I edit a photo at all it appears solid black in my "browse" view (but OK when I double click it). Similarly, when I duplicate a photo it does random funky stuff to the photo in browse view (from being solid black, to solid red, to appeairng to have some random color filter, to appearing like static from static TV). These issues are all secondary though from the main issue of not being able to export images, since I have a friends wedding photos I am trying to get out to them!
Any other ideas of what might be causing this?
Thanks for your help!
Currently Being ModeratedJul 9, 2013 5:29 AM (in response to chris.trimble)
try to narrow down the problem and to see, if it is depending on your current Aperture library, your user settings, or system wide:
- Is the same thing happening, if you are using a different Aperture library? (create a new one by using the command File > Switch to Library > Other/new and test in this library). If you can export from a new library, use the Aperture Library First Aid Tools on your current library.
- If you cannot export from any library, Is the same thing happening, when working from a different user account? If Aperture is working fine from a different user account, remove your User Preferences, as described here: Aperture 3: Troubleshooting Basics
If it does not work from any account, post back. In that case you may need to reinstall Aperture or MacOS X.
Currently Being ModeratedSep 2, 2013 2:18 PM (in response to léonie)
Leonie - thank you for such helpful replies! I took your advice and reinstalled Aperture (actually, while I was at it, I decided to just reformat my iMac completely and reinstall everything from scratch). That fixed whatever bugs were causing the issues in the first place. All is working now. Thank you again!!
Currently Being ModeratedDec 29, 2013 11:06 PM (in response to chris.trimble)
H Chris. I suddenly started getting the same thing. Any images that are edited, if I select to display that picture only it displays as all back. Looks OK in the browser window but not when I view just that picture.
I don't really fancy reinstalling Aperture but I guess I will have to if a fix is not clearly evident.
Currently Being ModeratedMar 6, 2014 12:36 PM (in response to seanfromminato-ku)
Sean - I hope you managed to get the issue resolved. As I mentioned, reinstalling Aperture seemed to solve the issue for me.