How do i import photos from cd to iphoto?

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Date created: Thu, Feb 11, 2021 9:28 AM
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Choose Share > Burn. Insert a CD-RW disc or a blank CD-R or DVD-R disc into your drive. Disc information appears at the bottom of the iPhoto viewing area. The green area on the disc icon represents the amount of disc space your photos require.

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Answer: First insert the CD, DVD, or flash drive. Launch iPhoto and go to File > Import to Library. Navigate to the device that has the photos and select the items that you would like to import. You can select a folder, a single file, or if you press Command key while clicking you select multiple photos.

Place the CD that contains photos you want to import into the tray, and press the Media Eject key to close the CD tray. Open iPhoto if it is not already open. From the File menu, select "Import..." to open the "Import Photos" window, shown below. Find the CD you inserted, or choose a location somewhere on your hard disk where photos are stored.

Import a selection of photos: Click the photos you want to import, then click Import Selected. If a message asks whether you want to delete or keep the photos on your card after importing them, click Delete Items or Keep Items. Photos then imports your photos and videos. To cancel importing, click Stop Import.

When you launch iPhoto, click File -> Import..., and it begins importing all the images from the disc. It grabs them at the max resolution (3072x2048), but at least they're imported and you can resize them later.

You can import photos to iPhoto from a digital camera, CD, DVD, memory card, flash drive, iPhone, iPad and more. If you want to import photos from a digital camera, then connect your camera into an open USB port on your Mac. iPhoto will recognize the connection and launch itself. Now click "Import" button to transfer your photos into iPhoto Library.

On a Mac, open Finder, select iPhone > Photos. Select the box for Sync photos to your device from > choose sync settings > Apply. In iTunes for Windows, click the phone icon > Photos. Select the box for Sync photos > choose sync settings > Apply.

Right click on the Photos library icon and select Get Info. Verify that you have enough free space for the library on the external drive. Drag and drop the Photos library icon onto the hard drive icon either in Finder or on your Desktop. Wait for the copy to complete.

See Import photos from hard disks, DVDs, and other devices. Import photos sent to you with other apps: Import photos and videos sent to you in an email or text message, or downloaded from Safari. See Import photos from Mail, Safari, and other apps. By default, imported photos are copied into the Photos library. If you prefer, you can store photos and videos outside the Photos library—for example, in a folder on your Mac or on an external hard drive—and still view them in Photos.

- Start Photos app and enable iCloud photo library - Import everything After importing turn on iCloud photo library on the macbook air (optimised) and voila. Of course, this solution only works when you have a spare Apple computer with enough harddisk space.

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