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iPhoto 4 photos transfer to something on PC - can I?


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I'm probably asking in the wrong place, but I thought I'd try anyway:

I have 14,000 images in iPhoto 4 on an eMac. Considering importing them into something on a PC (I know, I know). I don't have any RAW, just JPEG, GIF. What I do have is a lot of keywords and comments. Is there *ANY* software in PC land that might conserve these keywords and comments for me as I import my iPhoto 4 library? I don't have much hope as my iPhoto version is so old...
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Go to File>Export

Choose a drive, such as a USB.

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Another (better) option which is free is iPhoto to Disk.
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