11141 Views 2 Replies Latest reply: Sep 18, 2010 8:48 PM by sduck409
You are correct sir - as the isync fix didn't work. The fact that it used to work and stopped helped lead to the correct answer - somehow my aperture database got corrupted. I found this answer on the MacRumors forum, posted by MacBimmer -
1 - Open iTunes and turn off the synch for pictures with iPhone attached. This should remove photos from iPhone.
2 - Unmount iPhone and quit iTunes
3 - Open Aperture while holding down the Option and Command Keys. This will offer you the opportunity to rebuild the photo library database. Do so.
4 - After database is rebuilt and Aperture opens, close it down.
5 - Open Finder and locate Aperture Library.
6 - Right click on Aperture Library and click on Show Package Contents
7 - Drag the iPod Photo Cache out of Aperture to Desktop
8 - Resynch iPhone with iTunes. When complete, click on Photos tab and reinstall photos
That's it. The iPod Photo Cache on desktop can be deleted as it's now rebuilt and back in it's correct place inside Aperture.
note - I actually chose the repair database option in aperture - it was the default choice. It worked.