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Since my previous message I've discovered that the problem is due to PD5 creating a copy of the pic in a seperate file in my pictures on the computer.
I'm sure this is happening because I've altered a setting on PD5 (I remember a pop up asking if I wanted another copy of a pic saving but I can't remember what I was doing at the time).
Previous to this I just had the original picture and once I'd processed and exported this to the file of my choice I could delete the original and a pop up appeared on the photo in PD5 asking if I wanted to delete it.
I'm just trying to find out how I can stop PD5 creating a duplicate of the pictures every time I import please. If it helps the file names are made up of the dates the photos were taken.
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Welcome to the PhotoDirector forum Your previous message must have been posted under a different forum name.
When you export a photo from PhotoDirector, it will always create a new version of the photo so that the original is left as it was. To avoid this, you have to deliberately overwrite the original (which I wouldn't recommend).
I understand that you do wish to overwrite the original photo. If so, all you need to do is adjust your export settings like this:
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Many thanks for your reply. I don't think I've explained it very well so I'll try again and please forgive me for trying to keep it as simple as possible this time which is as much for my benefit and in no way reflects on anyone trying to help me.
When I imported a photo to PD5 the original stayed in my source folder in my pictures.
Once I had finished and saved the edited one I would go to my source folder and delete the original. When I did that and returned to PD5 a box would appear asking me if I wanted to delete the picture from the computer or library.
Now when I import to PD5, the original stays in the source folder but PD5 opens (it's own) unique folder in my pictures with the imported pictures in. I now have the original photo in the source folder and a copy of the original in a unique folder produced by PD5.
After saving the edited one I have 3 pictures altogether.
If I try to delete the one in the original source folder now I can't do so as I get a report saying it's still open in PD5. I have to remember to delete the copy picture from the folder PD5 produces and then I can delete the one in the original (source) folder.
Simply put how do I stop PD5 producing it's own folder/copy of imported pics please. Hope that makes sense
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The alerts you're receiving when deleting or moving photos is perfectly normal. Moving or renaming photos during a project is not a good idea because PhotoDirector doesn't physically import anything - it retains the file path to the imported photo.
In your import dialogue, make sure you have 'Make extra copy in' unchecked. Would that resolve your problem?
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