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The third and final part of the mini series on ""Managing Multiple Macs"" (which may be continued at a later date!)

This week, I take at look at how I manage organising and moving my digital images and videos between my laptop and desktop Mac. As well as the multitude of applications available to use to work on our digital assets, we are faced with an ever expanding number of gadgets and gizmos that enable us to create images and video too.

So as well as how to move your digital images and video around, I also take a look at ""Cameras"" - a simple yet ingenious preference pane application that allows you to configure exactly what happens when you plug your digital devices into your Mac, albeit open iPhoto, Aperture, iMovie, automatically download or even, just do nothing at all.

I also take a look at using external hard drives as an option to swap iPhoto libraries between machines, as well as a third party application called ""iPhoto Library Manager"".

This brilliant application allows you to copy images between separate iPhoto libraries using simple drag and drop, as well as allowing you to merge complete iPhoto libraries.

To finish off, there's even a short section on moving Aperture projects between machines.

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