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Can I import just unique photos into an iPhoto library?

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I need to import a thousand pictures into iPhoto from numerous folders. But I know there are duplicates in some cases.

Is there a way to import just the unique photos and have it not import a second or third copy when it's a duplicate?

Thanks.
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There is an App for just that! Use the Duplicate Annihilator http://brattoo.com/propaganda/index.php. For $7.95 you can easily find duplicates from thousands of pictures. A real time saver.
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Thanks!
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