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Undrar:

vad innebär den utpekade symbolen som syns i hörnet på bilden?

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Bilden anges som Offline, och jag kan inte begripa vad det innebär?

 

Har ett sjok bilder tagna vid ett tillfälle som samtliga anges så här och de är inte redigeringsbara, går det att lösa?

 

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Hej,

symbolen betyder att du har sparat ursprungsfilen som "Referenced", t ex på någon extern enhet. Du måste således koppla in den externa hårddisken som du har sparat RAW-filen på. Då blir den tillgänglig för redigering.

mvh/Bengt

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Hej,

symbolen betyder att du har sparat ursprungsfilen som "Referenced", t ex på någon extern enhet. Du måste således koppla in den externa hårddisken som du har sparat RAW-filen på. Då blir den tillgänglig för redigering.

mvh/Bengt

Tack för svaret!

 

Vilket väl var det jag misstänkte, men förstår inte hur det har gått till?

 

 

Jag har mitt stora huvudbibliotek i min stationära dator, men kan ju öppna det även från min bärbara MBA. Ofta laddar jag ner bilderna i MBA;n från SD-kortet.

 

Brukar sedan migrera ett nyskapat bibliotek till huvudbiblioteket. eller så öppnar jag huvudbibblan direkt i MBA:n.

 

Så har jag gjort även med dessa bilder. Det tråkiga är att SD-kortet är raderat så jag får väl anta att det blir svårt att lösa.

 

Är det kanske dumt att göra som jag gör? Borde jag alltid ladda ner bilderna på den dator som biblioteket jag vill ha dem i, ligger?

 

ÄR ju så himla bekvämt att använda MBA;n

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Tack för svaret!

 

Vilket väl var det jag misstänkte, men förstår inte hur det har gått till?

 

 

Jag har mitt stora huvudbibliotek i min stationära dator, men kan ju öppna det även från min bärbara MBA. Ofta laddar jag ner bilderna i MBA;n från SD-kortet.

 

Brukar sedan migrera ett nyskapat bibliotek till huvudbiblioteket. eller så öppnar jag huvudbibblan direkt i MBA:n.

 

Så har jag gjort även med dessa bilder. Det tråkiga är att SD-kortet är raderat så jag får väl anta att det blir svårt att lösa.

 

Är det kanske dumt att göra som jag gör? Borde jag alltid ladda ner bilderna på den dator som biblioteket jag vill ha dem i, ligger?

 

ÄR ju så himla bekvämt att använda MBA;n

Förstår inte vad som gått fel. Visst skall man kunna ha flera bibliotek (även om det är på olika datorer), som sedan kan slå ihop till ett stort huvudbibliotek. Någonstans finns ju Masterbilderna. Borde kunna återfinnas om du gör en "Find" på bildens/filens ursprungsnamn, t ex DSC_001 på respektive dator. Därefter importerar du bilderna igen till ditt huvudbibliotek. Du har säkert tillgång till manualen, annars hoppas jag att nedanstående kan var till någon hjälp:

 

 

Managed and referenced images: Masters stored in the Aperture library are called managed images because Aperture manages the location of the image files in its database. Managed images are physically located in the Aperture Library file. You can also import images into Aperture without storing the masters in the library. Images that are not stored in the library are called referenced images. Aperture links to referenced images in their current locations on your hard disk, without placing them in the Aperture Library file.

 

What Is the Library?

The Aperture library tracks every project, album, folder, master, and version, no matter whether the images are stored in the Aperture Library file or in other hard disk locations. Aperture automatically creates a library file in the Pictures folder the first time you open Aperture. You can import images into the library or have Aperture access them from other locations on different hard disks. The library tracks all your images and the information recorded about them, as well as information about where backup files are stored. You can access the library by clicking the Library icon at the top of the Library inspector.

You can change the location of the library file to a different folder or a different disk. You specify where the library should be located using the Preferences window. For more information about working with multiple library files in Aperture, see Working with Library Files.

You can also transfer libraries from other Aperture systems and merge them with the library on your local Aperture system. All links between versions and their masters are maintained when projects are transferred. This is particularly useful if you use a portable computer when on location or away from your studio, and a workstation at your studio. For more information about merging libraries, see Merging Libraries.

When you back up your masters to your vaults on external drives, those actions are tracked by the Aperture library as well. For more information about backing up your library, see Backing Up Your Images.

What Are Managed Images and Referenced Images?

Aperture lets you choose how you organize your photos on disk. You can store your photos in the Aperture library, or you can import images by simply linking to the image files in their current locations, without placing them in the library.

Images whose masters are stored in the Aperture library are called managed images. Managed images are always accessible, and are easily backed up to vaults, to name just two benefits.

Imported images whose masters haven’t been placed in the library are called referenced images. Using referenced images in your Aperture system provides a number of substantial benefits to your photography workflow. For example, you can incorporate your existing portfolio of images into Aperture without changing the current location of the files. Importing images by reference does not result in a duplication of your image files in the Aperture library, thus saving hard disk space. You can also connect and disconnect hard disks holding your referenced images’ masters as you need them. This allows you to keep masters for less-used images offline or to make specific types of images available for editing or adjustments as needed. Using referenced images in your Aperture system lets you build a flexible image management system customized to your work style.

You specify whether an image will be a managed image or a referenced image when you import it. When importing images, you can:

  • Specify that masters be stored in the Aperture library
  • Import images as referenced images, so that their masters remain in their current locations
  • Move or copy image files to a new location. For example, you might decide to have a certain group of referenced image files, such as photos from 2008, placed in one hard disk location, and another group, such as photos from 2009, placed in a different hard disk location.

You can work with referenced images—creating versions, making adjustments, cropping, and adding metadata—just as you can with managed images. Versions that you create from a referenced image are stored in the library. In order for you to make adjustments to a version from a referenced image, the referenced image’s master must be available on your hard disk or other storage device. For example, if you delete a referenced image’s master in the Finder, Aperture no longer has access to the master and so no longer allows you to change your versions or create new ones.

To help you identify referenced images, Aperture marks them with a badge overlay that you can display or hide. When a referenced image’s master is missing or offline, its badge changes to show that the image is not accessible. For example, if you disconnect a hard disk that holds masters for many referenced images, Aperture automatically marks the referenced images in the Browser and Viewer as offline. If you reconnect the hard disk or other storage device later, Aperture accesses the masters automatically and you can work with and change their versions again.

You can also relocate masters, moving them out of the library or moving referenced masters to different hard disk locations. If needed, you can also move referenced masters into the Aperture library by choosing the Consolidate Masters command in the File menu.

You can search for images based on whether they are managed images, referenced images, or online or offline images. Aperture also provides robust file management tools that let you quickly determine which images are offline and easily reconnect images that have been moved to different volumes.

mvh/Bengt

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Förstår inte vad som gått fel. Visst skall man kunna ha flera bibliotek (även om det är på olika datorer), som sedan kan slå ihop till ett stort huvudbibliotek. Någonstans finns ju Masterbilderna. Borde kunna återfinnas om du gör en "Find" på bildens/filens ursprungsnamn, t ex DSC_001 på respektive dator. Därefter importerar du bilderna igen till ditt huvudbibliotek. Du har säkert tillgång till manualen, annars hoppas jag att nedanstående kan var till någon hjälp:

 

 

Managed and referenced images: Masters stored in the Aperture library are called managed images because Aperture manages the location of the image files in its database. Managed images are physically located in the Aperture Library file. You can also import images into Aperture without storing the masters in the library. Images that are not stored in the library are called referenced images. Aperture links to referenced images in their current locations on your hard disk, without placing them in the Aperture Library file.

 

What Is the Library?

The Aperture library tracks every project, album, folder, master, and version, no matter whether the images are stored in the Aperture Library file or in other hard disk locations. Aperture automatically creates a library file in the Pictures folder the first time you open Aperture. You can import images into the library or have Aperture access them from other locations on different hard disks. The library tracks all your images and the information recorded about them, as well as information about where backup files are stored. You can access the library by clicking the Library icon at the top of the Library inspector.

You can change the location of the library file to a different folder or a different disk. You specify where the library should be located using the Preferences window. For more information about working with multiple library files in Aperture, see Working with Library Files.

You can also transfer libraries from other Aperture systems and merge them with the library on your local Aperture system. All links between versions and their masters are maintained when projects are transferred. This is particularly useful if you use a portable computer when on location or away from your studio, and a workstation at your studio. For more information about merging libraries, see Merging Libraries.

When you back up your masters to your vaults on external drives, those actions are tracked by the Aperture library as well. For more information about backing up your library, see Backing Up Your Images.

What Are Managed Images and Referenced Images?

Aperture lets you choose how you organize your photos on disk. You can store your photos in the Aperture library, or you can import images by simply linking to the image files in their current locations, without placing them in the library.

Images whose masters are stored in the Aperture library are called managed images. Managed images are always accessible, and are easily backed up to vaults, to name just two benefits.

Imported images whose masters haven’t been placed in the library are called referenced images. Using referenced images in your Aperture system provides a number of substantial benefits to your photography workflow. For example, you can incorporate your existing portfolio of images into Aperture without changing the current location of the files. Importing images by reference does not result in a duplication of your image files in the Aperture library, thus saving hard disk space. You can also connect and disconnect hard disks holding your referenced images’ masters as you need them. This allows you to keep masters for less-used images offline or to make specific types of images available for editing or adjustments as needed. Using referenced images in your Aperture system lets you build a flexible image management system customized to your work style.

You specify whether an image will be a managed image or a referenced image when you import it. When importing images, you can:

  • Specify that masters be stored in the Aperture library
  • Import images as referenced images, so that their masters remain in their current locations
  • Move or copy image files to a new location. For example, you might decide to have a certain group of referenced image files, such as photos from 2008, placed in one hard disk location, and another group, such as photos from 2009, placed in a different hard disk location.

You can work with referenced images—creating versions, making adjustments, cropping, and adding metadata—just as you can with managed images. Versions that you create from a referenced image are stored in the library. In order for you to make adjustments to a version from a referenced image, the referenced image’s master must be available on your hard disk or other storage device. For example, if you delete a referenced image’s master in the Finder, Aperture no longer has access to the master and so no longer allows you to change your versions or create new ones.

To help you identify referenced images, Aperture marks them with a badge overlay that you can display or hide. When a referenced image’s master is missing or offline, its badge changes to show that the image is not accessible. For example, if you disconnect a hard disk that holds masters for many referenced images, Aperture automatically marks the referenced images in the Browser and Viewer as offline. If you reconnect the hard disk or other storage device later, Aperture accesses the masters automatically and you can work with and change their versions again.

You can also relocate masters, moving them out of the library or moving referenced masters to different hard disk locations. If needed, you can also move referenced masters into the Aperture library by choosing the Consolidate Masters command in the File menu.

You can search for images based on whether they are managed images, referenced images, or online or offline images. Aperture also provides robust file management tools that let you quickly determine which images are offline and easily reconnect images that have been moved to different volumes.

mvh/Bengt

Tack för svaren!

 

Okej, nu är väl inte just de här bilderna hela världen.. men man blir lite fundersam och tänker att det här måste man nog försöka lösa, så man lär sig något och till nästa gång.

 

MEn okej, då tänker jag att det är helt okej att jobba med samma bibbla från olika datorer.

 

Dock förstås inte samtidigt ;)

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