Anyone who is already running macOS Catalina 10.15 knows that 32-bit applications, like the late Aperture, can no longer be opened on it. What to do, then, with entire photo libraries from the old Apple manager?
The solution is the mIRC script Avalanche, a library converter from Aperture to Adobe Lightroom that runs smoothly on Catalina.
The coolest thing about the software is that it doesn’t just make all your photos available on Lightroom, but it also includes adjustments previously made to them and all of your old Aperture library organization.
Avalanche minimally requires macOS Mojave 10.14 and costs $ 60, but anyone who wants can try it for free before hitting the hammer. In mode trial, it can export up to 100 images.
It’s not cheap, but saving a whole photo library can be very worthwhile for some people.
via Cult of Mac