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Aperture 3.4 Reprocess Raw Files ~ Really! #1
Lightscap3s.com's picture
by Lightscap3s.com
September 20, 2012 - 1:05am

This is what every raw image in my library says in the first brick within adjustments:

“This photo was adjusted using an earlier version of Apple's RAW processing” ~ then there's a Reprocess button to click.

My question: Is there a way to Batch Reprocess my entire library?

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by Guillermo Castrillo
September 21, 2012 - 6:07pm

While on Aperture 3.3 I had RAW support for Sony NEX F3 now with the update, nothing, is there something I can do about it?

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by PhotoJoseph
September 23, 2012 - 8:29am

Guillermo,

That’s odd… when you say “nothing” what does that mean. Do you get an “unsupported format” error, or do you see a blank tile where the photo should be, or ?

And if all else fails… make sure you’ve restarted the machine, create a new library and import a photo into that to see if that works.

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by Thomas Emmerich
September 20, 2012 - 3:12am

Select all the photos you want reprocessed (click the Photos icon in the Library pane. Make sure the filter setting in the top right is set to “Showing All”. Select one photo and type command-A to select all photos in the library). Right-click one of them and choose Reprocess Originals…

Select the options you want (I’m guessing you want to reprocess ALL images) and click the Reprocess Photos button. Take a break while your Mac gets busy for awhile.

Thomas

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by PhotoJoseph
September 20, 2012 - 8:51am

You don’t have to do this however — all future images will be processed with the new engine, and you may not want to bother doing old ones until you need to.

This has a tendency to shift the images under your feet, so I’d recommend doing it piecemeal as needed.

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