1. If you’d like to automatically close Aperture after the export process, Apple makes it possible with a quick and dirty action downloadable here…

    Here’s how to make it work… 1. Download the action from the link above 2. Mount the disk image 3. Copy the action to your hard drive 4. Start Automator 5. Import the action you copied in step 3 6. Open each of the A > i workflows 6. Insert the Quit Application action below the Export Images Action, choose Yes from the Save pull-down 7. Save, close and use

    Comment by Jason Soto — May 12, 2006 @ 1:37 am

  2. Thank you for making this. You just saved me a few hours of tedious work

    Comment by Noah — May 25, 2006 @ 9:48 pm

  3. Hi, thanks for the script. It crashes with: ‘AppleScript Error: the previously chosen destination folder does not exist on this compuer. (-2700)’. Whatever value for ‘export Subfolder’ I choose, this error pops up every time.

    Any idea?

    rgrds rgr

    Comment by rogier — March 26, 2007 @ 2:03 pm

  4. Aperture 1.5.2 has integrated to work with the iLife applications. Look at the app preferences and select the quality of the preview. If you do not use previews for all your images already, you can do so with selected images.

    Comment by me100finn — April 11, 2007 @ 4:40 am

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