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iPhoto images after burning a disc

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pdrcourious Calculating status...
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Feb 14, 2013 12:27 PM

I burned a part of last year's images to a disc but do not get the result I wished.

 

As seen in in the screenshot below, I selected two maps with albums. Map "Trips" (=n°4) contains 2 albums; the map "Friends" (=n°5) has 7 albums:

 

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On the contrary after burning these 2 maps and 9 albums the disc displays only 'numbered' maps in consecutive colums:

 

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What I expected and wished for were these maps to display the names of the selected maps/albums instead!

Column 4 should mention the maps original names "Trips" and "Friends", column 5 their corresponding albums (respectively 2 and 7), and column 6 their respective thumbnails.

 

How come and why those differences in data between my selection in the iPhoto Library and the ones on the burned disc? In any case I would like to understand the way a disc processes the selected images.

For sure it is highly impratical to have a disc processed and burned without the proper names identifiying the maps/albums. In any case iPhoto's own helpfiles are of no help on this issue.

 

As I am postponing the burning of other maps and albums I would truly appreciate any helpful reaction.

 

Would 'Toast' resolve my problem?

 

Thanks

  • Terence Devlin Level 10 Level 10 (121,765 points)
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    Feb 14, 2013 12:55 PM (in response to pdrcourious)

    The disk is designed to be read in iPhoto and not the FInder. Pop it in the machine, it should show up in the iPhoto Window. Does it? Click on it. Does it behave as expected?

     

    FWIW: Optical Disks corrode. Computers with optical disk readers are going away. Within a few years it will be hard to find a computer that can read or work with these disks. They are not a long-term solution to back up.

  • Old Toad Level 10 Level 10 (113,315 points)
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    Feb 14, 2013 1:52 PM (in response to pdrcourious)

    Here's a screenshot of how to access that CD burned from iPhoto as TD described:

    iPhoto001.jpg

     

    OT

  • Terence Devlin Level 10 Level 10 (121,765 points)
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    Feb 15, 2013 8:33 AM (in response to pdrcourious)

    1. The Folders do not have random numbers. They are the date and time the files were imported.

     

    2. Previews are only created for Edited photos, thumbnails can refer to any of three images, depending on the view you use - in the main iPhoto Window, in the bar when you edit a photo and so on.

     

    3. See above.

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