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If you did not empty the trash, then they will still be in iPhoto's trash. Select the photos in the trash and choose Photos → Restore to iPhoto Library.
It might not be the most user-friendly way, but one possibility would be to locate the backup file in finder (very probably in Backups.backupdb/latest on your TimeMachine drive), navigate to Macintosh HD/Users/[user]/Pictures. Right-click the iPhoto-library, and choose 'show package contents'. Then open the Masters folder, and navigate to the date ...
MacintoshHD/Users/$YOU$/Pictures/iPhotoLibrary/Masters/$Year$/$Month$/$Date$ Have moved mine now getting to removing iPhoto. I don't categorise my life into events so it is useless to me, I can never find anything.
It’s not possible without 3rd party software like SyncPhotos or iPhoto Library Manager. Even with third-party software it’s not that easy. iPhoto Library Manager will let you merge two iPhoto libraries if you have different iPhoto libraries on your Mini and Mac book Pro. To do this, first create a new library using iPhoto Library Manager, and then use it to ...
No duplicates will be uploaded to Photo Stream—only media that didn't get uploaded will be uploaded. This general rule also applies to photos transferred to other devices; the other device won't upload duplicates either.
Basically, all the files like xml, db and such help different softwares like iPhoto, iMovies etc gain information about your photos. Excerpted from Fat Cat Software: iPhoto Library Internals help page: AlbumData.xml This file is written out by iPhoto as a way for other applications (such as iMovie and iDVD) to be able to easily access the ...
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