|Jan 2, 2013, 12:09 PM||#1|
iPhoto: Scripts for finding photos that failed to import?
I had an import fail which resulted in a bunch of photos and videos in my iPhoto folder that do not appear in iPhoto. I was able to poke around in my iPhoto folder in Finder and find most of them and re-drag them into iPhoto, but that means the photos that failed to import are still there eating up lots of hard drive space.
Is anyone aware of a script or other means of identifying photos in your iPhoto library subfolders that do not appear in iPhoto?
I have used the following script for iTunes that does essentially the same thing (http://dougscripts.com/itunes/script...filesnotadded2). What I'm looking for is something similar for iPhoto.
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