3073 Views 6 Replies Latest reply: Aug 7, 2011 4:45 PM by thecodeman
To make this Aperture-3-syncing-with-iTunes-to-my-iPhone thing even worse, I just found out that changes I make in Aperture projects are not reflected in the iTunes sync window.
After having added a few new projects and after renaming one of my existing projects in A3, neither the new photos nor the changed name of the project are shown in iTunes sync.
No one having an idea on what is going on here? Please help!
I begin to ask myself if I had better stuck with iPhoto 11 ...
I'm having the same issue. Changes I make to my Aperture albums aren't reflected in iTunes.
Specifically, I've synced a particular faces 'album' (71 photos) & then later removed some photos from the album (now 46 photos). But iTunes still sees it as 71 photos.
However, if I add photos to this album, that change is reflected in iTunes. So I'm wondering if there's some one-way database that only recognizes additions?
A3, iPhone 4, iTunes (not sure version - am not on my home computer now).
iTunes interprets the dates different between iPhoto and Aperture. With iPhoto, it uses the event date, which in turn is based on the oldest photo in the event. With Aperture, it uses the time when you created the project in Aperture. So "projects of last 2 months" will give you all your projects if you imported your library from iPhoto recently. The same goes for "20 most recent projects" - it will sync the last 20 projects that you created in Aperture, regardless of the date of the photos.
Message was edited by: tilman