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Is it possible to edit metadata of images in a Mac OS Photos library?

Within Photos, the only EXIF or IPTC data you can edit directly is what you see in the info window. There are some batch EXIF editing tools available for macOS on the Mac App Store: Photos EXIF ...
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How do I save an edited image in HDR Efex Pro on MacOS (High Sierra)?

Well, I found a work around, see https://www.flickr.com/groups/581278@N21/discuss/72157661264159120/ Uncheck “Automatically reimport.”, save elsewhere and import manually to the Aperture. It is ...
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Why pick DPP over Aperture?

Canon will almost certainly always have a version of Digital Photo Professional to include with their cameras. Apple may not always support Aperture. (Yeah, I know. Hindsight's always 20/20) ...
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Change center of Vignette in Apple Photos

Changing the center of the vignetting tool in Apple Photos does not appear to be possible. The available settings are: Strength, Radius, Softness.
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Why do I have many duplicate files after importing a backup into Apple Aperture, and how can I fix it?

Yes, I have had this problem. It was less severe in my case, in that the duplicates appeared to be dupes of the thumbnail, so they were easy to tell from the original. There are a couple things you ...
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Is there a way to batch-edit metadata in the Mac OS Photos app?

Although I do not have any personal experience with the program, MetaImage seems to be what you are looking for. From their website: Metalmage for impeccable metadata MetaImage is the only macOS tool ...
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Is there a way to batch-edit metadata in the Mac OS Photos app?

To reframe you question, you need to understand what Photos really is. It is essentially 3 things : previews you can look at on the screen your originals sorted somewhere (including EXIF information, ...
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What does the Aperture→Lightroom plugin get me that directly importing image files doesn't?

See Adobe's FAQ on the importer. It doesn't include adjustments, but does include other metadata: Flags Star Ratings Keywords GPS Data Hidden files Face naming tags are mapped to keywords some other ...
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Can the new Affinity Photo app work with multiple images, like Apple Aperture did?

The Windows Desktop version allows batch editing and macro recording meaning you can edit more than one photo at a time. I use it for resizing a whole directory of images so I can post them on line ...
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Can the new Affinity Photo app work with multiple images, like Apple Aperture did?

Affinity Photo is much more powerful than Apple's Aperture but its designed to work on a single photo at a time. It is a very, very nice piece of software though. They're "Developer Module" (meaning ...
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Create versions of originals and export as JPEGS with metadata?

Any 'exports' of a JPG image will result in a loss of data. This is because the JPG format is a 'lossy format'. So, every time you 'save' a change, the image quality will be impacted. You can ...
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How can I preserve library structure (and ideally, edits) when migrating from Aperture to Darktable?

Partial answer on preserving Library structure, or at least recording it. In Aperture for each folder or project give all photos in that container the name of the container. E.g. if you have ...
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How to locate unreferenced image in Aperture?

From an answer to How to tell Apple Aperture to store ALL files by reference? For existing photos already in the monolithic library bundle, perhaps the "Relocate Original" command would be ...
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Not all images show up when reading directly from an SD card out of Nikon D5100?

Use Windows Explorer or Finder to browse the SD card contents. Things to look for: Is there more than one folder containing images? If so, perhaps your importer is browsing only one (default) folder. ...
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