You can get the new Organizer working very much like your old one by importing your organizational keyword Tag Tree from a prior version. VERY aggravating.At the time I was processing over 1500 photos from a dance recital as well as another 700 from a football game and I had to pretty much start organizing She has moved from Windows to Mac and was able to experiment. Follow the instructions below to back up your catalog to an external hard drive. his comment is here
After the catalog is restored, it automatically converts it to a Photoshop Elements 6 catalog. Community Q&A Search Add New Question Ask a Question 200 characters left Submit Already answered Not a question Bad question Other If this question (or a similar one) is answered twice From File: If you export a keyword tag, the file is written as XML (eXtensible Markup Language). However, adding further photos to the catalogue meant I had to go through backing up all my photos again which considering I have a huge number is not what I want
I'll be in touch. In the Destination Settings window, select the drive letter of your CD or DVD drive. Not cool, NOT COOL AT ALL!!
I wish I hadn't upgraded. Thread Status: Not open for further replies. Only the catalog files are moved to this folder; the photo files remain in the folder you chose. The biggest problem I see is that you've waited so long to upgrade that when you finally do get a newer version and transfer your files, you may have a bit
Heart stopping! The table below shows an example of how the folder structure changes (and how the Restore Original Folder Structure option impacts the process). For instructions on these finishing steps and more, see the next section. http://digitalscrapperclasses.com/forums/showthread.php?11465-Backing-up-photo-tags-only back up tags in PSE9 Discussion in 'Digital Photography & Imaging' started by PE_Mac, Jul 23, 2011.
Use the Full Backup option. In PSE 10, create a new catalog (maybe call it "Husband's pictures") and then do a File->Restore from the external hard drive, giving the photos a new location on her computer. Thread Status: Not open for further replies. This way we would get to know what all PSE10 catalogs were ever created and it is possible that one of those catalogs if actually the one with all your tags.
Any ideas will be welcomed. If the file does not show up, try importing that file and let me know what happens. It doesn't want to make it easy for users to import their photos and metadata from Elements Organizer into a competing program. "Nothing is stopping [Apple] from importing our metadata," says Again this is only moving 7 to another computer.
Also make sure that the same number of disks are available and that they use the same drive letters (Windows only). this content But there's an easier way if you want to crack the old checkbook: Adobe suggested signing up for its Photoshop Elements Backup/Syncronization offering, a cloud-based service that stores your photos at I used them once, exited the program, and when I opened the program again, they were gone. However, to get an updated catalogue each time I add or remove any photos means that I have to backup my photos as well.
After all, we already use Carbonite for backups here and we don't need to share photos across computers. Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions Go to original post Actions More Like This Retrieving data ... Join over 733,556 other people just like you! weblink Some of your photo creations could be missing in the converted catalog.
PAUL MCCLURE 2 Posts 0 Reply Likes PISSED!!! Several of my files files did not transfer from PSE10 organizer to PSE13. At this time, I don't have any complaints about PSE 9's Editor, but if it totally craps out on me after 2-3 years like PSE 4&6 did.
More discussions in Photoshop Elements All CommunitiesPhotoshop Elements 7 Replies Latest reply on Nov 15, 2010 10:13 AM by betashep PSE9 tells me that it deletes all tags! Ensure that you have an external hard drive available. Like 0 Submit Cancel 1 year ago Bill Harley 5 Posts 0 Reply Likes Well, having explored every avenue I can only assume there is either a problem with PSE14 transferring check over here Click Folders.
You can receive an error if your original catalog was stored under a user account (for example, on the desktop) instead of the default. I have tried using the Organiser in PSE9 but, as you will know, it insists on backing up my photos as well. Re: PSE9 tells me that it deletes all tags! Do a File->Restore Catalog and import her pictures. 7.
Reply Linda Sattgast on October 21, 2014 at 1:35 pm Hi Cheryl—before I offer any advice or suggestions I'd like to clarify something. At this point, however, I already had Photoshop Elements in place on the Mac.Finally, I could have signed up for Adobe's premium file synchronization service, used it to make the transition Note the arrows. We had to reverse engineer it." More important are the implications of storing metadata in a separate database rather than with the image files themselves.
Thanks Andaleeb Like 0 2015-09-30T12:41:30+00:00 Bill Harley 5 Posts 0 Reply Likes Hi Andaleeb I should have been more detailed in the problem definition. The importer renamed the catalog but didn't import keyword tags associated with the pics into 14. Copyright 2017 DigitalScrapperClasses.com forum | gallery © 2015 Digital Scrapper Skip navigationSign in0Search forums onlySearch forums onlyCancelForums HomeNewsPeopleProduct Menu beginsAdobe Creative CloudDownloading, Installing, Setting UpAdobe Flash PlayerAcrobat ReaderAdobe PhotoshopAdobe Photoshop LightroomAdobe If you can’t find what I’m describing, google "Save Keyword Tags Photoshop Elements (your version).” Your next step is to import this file to the new Organizer.