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fjmontero Level 1 (5 points)

Since the all updates today (Mavericks, Aperture and iWork) I can`t view aperture library in new iWork apps.

Any one whith the same problem?


Aperture 3, OS X Mavericks (10.9), Keynote 6
  • William Lloyd Level 7 (21,040 points)

    I'm seeing the same thing.  I submitted feedback with Apple.  You may wish to do the same.

  • léonie Level 10 (90,501 points)

    Interesting - the Aperture Preferences panel changed. It is now is saying "Share XML with other Applications", no longer "Share Previews with other applications".

    So sharing could now be done solely on XML basis?  Something definitely changed.fjmontero, have you checked your Preview settings?

  • léonie Level 10 (90,501 points)

    I looked into the Keynote help:  iT seems to be a feature and not a bug:

    see:

    Add an image

    • To add an image, do any of the following:
      • Click Media icon  in the toolbar, then select an image from your iPhoto library.
      • Drag an image from the Finder to the slide.
      • From the menu bar, choose Insert > Choose, then select your image.
      • Click Placeholder button in the bottom-right corner of an image placeholder, then select the image you want to add.

    The Media Browser seems only to allow to add photos from iPhoto libraries. So you could try to open your Aperture library in iPhoto to make it the current iPhoto library. Perhaps you can then add photos from Aperture. I tried; adding photos from iPhoto works well.

    Screen Shot 2013-10-23 at 23.19.36.PNG

     

    Regards

    Léonie

  • Clem Level 3 (670 points)

    Yes Léonie has it right .... To access the shared media from your Aperture library in Keynote 6 do the following: from the main menu select Insert > Choose ... and then pick "Photos" from within the Media section of the sidebar in the Open File sheet.

  • fjmontero Level 1 (5 points)

    Like a temporal patch it`s not bad. It`s, more than a feature a step-down. I can`t understand this movement.

  • fjmontero Level 1 (5 points)

    That is only the way for a few photos, not for a complete and organizate library.

    Not valid if you have (like me) all the photos (arrownd 6600) in an Aperture Library. Can insert all that you want, but not pictures inside de Aperture Library.

    Traying some things i think the problem is the new pakage of iWork aplications. In the previous numbers, pages and keynote you can still work with the new Aperture Library.

  • Titi1506 Level 1 (0 points)

    I've found a workaround.

     

    You need disk space and some time but it works:

     

    1. From iPhoto create a new library (start with "alt" pressed)
    2. Open this empty new library in Aperture
    3. Import your legacy library in the new one
    4. Delete the old library
    5. Enjoy your pictures in iWork!

     

    Be advised that your should backup your library first.

  • eskymo.welzl Level 1 (0 points)

    Dilettantism!

  • léonie Level 10 (90,501 points)

    not for a complete and organizate library.

    It is. Your Aperture library is also an iPhoto library. There is no need to import anything to iPhoto. Just use your Aperture library from iPhoto as well and you will see the Aperture library in iWorks, only, it will be called iPhoto there.

  • Titi1506 Level 1 (0 points)

    leonieDF wrote:

     

     

    not for a complete and organizate library.

     

    It is. Your Aperture library is also an iPhoto library. There is no need to import anything to iPhoto. Just use your Aperture library from iPhoto as well and you will see the Aperture library in iWorks, only, it will be called iPhoto there.

    It's not… Both archives share the same format but they have a different extension, version and headers.

    If your photo library comes from Aperture (.aplibrary) it will work in iPhoto but iWork won't see it…

  • léonie Level 10 (90,501 points)

    I tried this several times, and iWork will see it, if it is used as the current iPhoto library.

  • Titi1506 Level 1 (0 points)

    leonieDF wrote:

     

    I tried this several times, and iWork will see it, if it is used as the current iPhoto library.

    Could you maybe provide us with the extention of your library? .photolibrary or .aplibrary?

     

    If it's .photolibrary, it comes from iPhoto. .aplibrary comes from Aperture.

  • léonie Level 10 (90,501 points)

    I used one of my Aperture libraries, extension .aplibrary, version 3.5.

  • Titi1506 Level 1 (0 points)

    Pretty Strange.

     

    It seems to be an isolated issue…

     

    By me the .aplibrary didn't work in iWork, even after reparation, reindexing, authorizations reparation,…

     

    I had to create a blank library in iPhoto, open it in Aperture and import my original Aperture library into it to get it work.

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