Could you please confirm the workflow that you are following to import those images in Lightroom?
How did you get to know that Lightroom specify those files as damaged?
Do you receive any error message at the time of import?
Which version of Lightroom are you using?
Thank you for this rapid answer.
I used last version of Lightroom CC. I'm using whole Creative Cloud Apps, with a monthly fee.
About the workflow, in File menu I selected :
File > External modules - extra > Import from aperture Library... (translated from french)
It worked for about 75 % of the Aperture's Library files but classed 2248 JPEG files in the folder "Notimpoted".
And these files are damaged I can't open them. I verified them by trying to open one and another with no success (double click) ?
It is a tool name Checkmate (by Techtools) that scans permanently my Macbook Pro and external disks that alerts me about this problem.
As the workflow worked for a whole night, I didn't pay an attention at the end about a Lightroom message. But certainly ?
Hi Chetna !
Are you able to open those 2248 images in Aperture? Or through Aperture Master files in Mac Preview?
If you are able to access them in Aperture, then try to export a few of those from Aperture and then, import in Lightroom.
I'm going to reimport these files in a special project in Aperture. Too see what happen ?
sure.. Give that a try.
Let us know the outcome.
For this trial importing : It DOESN'T work for JPEG files. The file is imported but Aperture can't open them.
Wha can I do ? Unfortunately, at the same time (of course), I had a bad problem with all my backups. I had to change an external Raid external dedicated to Time Machine (The Apple backup wizard)
And the se files are in lot of different Aperture projects. And differents years for the "prise de vue".
Hum ! One more info : I tried two times to import in Lightroom the Aperture Library.
Did you try to export those images from Aperture?
Export a few of them > save them at a location> import from that location into Lightroom.
BAD NEWS : The files are lost in Aperture too. No backup.
As I can have the name of files I tried what you proposed.
Not a lot of thing to do except Data revorery with a specialist. The tool I used to verified wether they were Ok seems not reliable. Or I don't know how to use it.
In Paris it's night.