Aperture is part of Apple’s ‘Pro’ application line-up, where it sits beside Final Cut Studio, Logic and Shake.
As promised in a blog post here, we are proud to introduce the Aperture and i Photo import plugin for Lightroom 5.
The plugin allows Aperture and i Photo customers to migrate their images and key metadata (such as keywords, events, project structure) into Lightroom catalogs in a seamless way.
For a limited time, Aperture users who subscribe to the Creative Cloud Photography plan get a free 3-month membership to Kelby One training.
Please visit here for more details EDIT: The Aperture and i Photo import plugin is now integrated into Lightroom 5. Click on the “Options” button to see additional Options.
Please ensure that you are using Lightroom 5.7 or later by using the Help- Import from i Photo Library 2. Here you can select the options that work best with your personal setup.
i Tunes is a multimedia software from Apple which organizes and plays audio and video.Part of its programming is to organize your files into a library from which you can play music, movies, and TV shows.There are a number of options for how you can organize your library. When you install i Tunes, you will have the option to add music and video files from your computer or network to i Tunes.By doing so, you will be creating a "library" that your i Tunes application can use to locate your files for playback.Your i Tunes library is a set of commands that the application uses to find where the song or video that you want to use is located.The library is thus a list of references to locations on either your hard drive or another computer (if you are part of a local network). Whether you are creating an i Tunes library from one computer or various computers in a network, you likely do not have all of your music and video files in one location.