Question about Apple Aperture 2 for Mac
Hi this could be that the projector is not recognising the picture format, try changing the picture format and try to see if you can view, then if not associate it with another type of picture file, keep doing this until it shows, also make sure the pictures you are trying to look at are actually assigned a type format....hope this helps
Posted on Sep 04, 2010
This is happening if you move the physical location of the pics...or if they were used (imported )but the were actually stored on a removable card or something like that ...and now that device is not connected anymore..or ..u used them without actually moving in the project ..and after that deleted them from the original location ..and now it has no physical files..in that location ..
Posted on Sep 03, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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