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Motion Picture HD Does Not Recognize my iPhoto Library


Robert W

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I can duplicate this on one machine with a clean Leopard/iLife install, but not on one that was upgraded. We're still looking in to why this could be happening.

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Just purchased Toast 8 and exact same problem. Furthermore, iPhoto is partially recognized in the other Toast 8 app, I say partially because the events are not loaded...

The funny thing is I also bought MediaCreator 10 for Vista and I can tell you both versions are badly coded and do not work as advertised, period.

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Hellp, try to open iMovie for the first time that will scan you library and maybe it will be open for browsing.

Regards,

 

Gustavo,

 

Thank you for your reply; however, my issue is not with iMovie but with my iPhoto Library not showing up in the Media Browser for Roxio's Motion Picture HD.

 

Regards,

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I have just upgraded to Toast 8.0.3, using Leopard 10.5.1; opened Motion Pictures HD and my iTunes Music shows up in the Media Browser; however, my iPhoto Library does not show up. I can add pictures manually.

 

Robert W

 

I can duplicate this on one machine with a clean Leopard/iLife install, but not on one that was upgraded. We're still looking in to why this could be happening.

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