How do I easily select the library I want to convert ?
This is a simple question: how do I know where my source libraries are and how do I pass them to Avalanche ?
There are 3 ways to select the input libraries :
1/ either you know exactly where it is on disk. Then it is just a matter of dragging the library file (Aperture library or Lightroom .lrcat file) to the Avalanche window, and Avalanche will immediately recognize the file and analyze it.
2/ either you don't know where your catalogs are. Then simply select a disk volume and let Avalanche find all the catalogs on the disk.
Two situations can arise:
- if you volume is indexed by macOS search engine, then you should see a full list being populated, like in the screen below
- if your volume is not indexed, you will see the following screen.
If this happens, simply select 'DEEP SCAN' and Avalanche will scan your disk for all catalogs.
3/ if you rather navigate your drive using a file chooser, choose File > Open Catalog... or click on the OPEN CATALOG... button.
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