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    I imported my first photos into Aperture. I created a project. How do I get the project open so I can go through the photos to burn on a DVD? Should I have put a folder in the project or is it okay to just put the photo in the project itself? Thanks for your help.

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    Well depends on what type of image file your using. I shoot in RAW, and export to desktop the jpeg version and put in a normal folder as a back-up, I burn these to DVD the normal way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nikonshooter View Post
    Well depends on what type of image file your using. I shoot in RAW, and export to desktop the jpeg version and put in a normal folder as a back-up, I burn these to DVD the normal way.
    What depends? So it's okay to just put my jpgs into my projects? Is there an online tutorial I can learn from? I'm sure there is.... Don't mind me, I just woke up.

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    When you imported the photo's it would of created a project. If you can't see your projects click the inspector icon in the top left (blue circle) and it will open the projects window.

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