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Now that I'm using Aperture 3 can I delete my iPhoto library??

Posted on 2011-03-05
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Now that I have my iPhoto library in Aperture 3 is it ok to delete that iPhoto library?
It seemed like Aperture copied it when importing so now I have double the library - so to speak.

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I had that dilemma - there are some features in iphoto regarding books and calendars which I still use.

I copied mine to an external HDD, deleted it and then when I need it I just launch it from there.
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