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    gomez1018's Avatar
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    Feb 09, 2007
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    Question Aperture Libraries
    Hi All,

    I am jsut wondering if it is possible to have more than 1 library in aperture. The basic concept for this is that i will be keepign my original Raw files on an external drive becasue of thier size. That is one library. Then i want to keep allthe proccessed jpgs on my laptop as another library so that i have them with me. And the third would be proccessed tiffs also on an external drive. If there is a way ti handle more than 1 library any help would be greatly appreciated but im pretty sure you cant do it, but it was worht a try. Thanks in advance.

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    My understanding is no, this cannot be done. But maybe you will stumble across something that I didn't see and find a way to do it.

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