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How do I sync iphoto with Googles Picasa Currently Picasa

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How do I sync iphoto with Google's Picasa? Currently Picasa rescans and duplicates hundreds of pictures each startup and 'scan once' can't be selected. If I select 'never' for iphoto folder, new content won't be added to Picasa.
Submitted: 7 years ago.
Category: Mac
Expert:  Kyle Brockman replied 7 years ago.
There isn't a way to sync these. Picasa is an application like iphoto. It's a replacement for it basically.
Customer: replied 7 years ago.

Hi Kyle


Just to point out that I am asking this question on behalf of a friend so I am guessing somewhat about the relevance of my sub-questions


Fair enough as regards XXXXX XXXXX part


What's your view on avoiding the rescan of hundreds of pictures each time my friend starts up - clearly there does not appear to be a 'scan once' option and chosing 'never' does not give an appropriate result as regards XXXXX XXXXX photos to a folder


Vernon Gurtner

Expert:  Kyle Brockman replied 7 years ago.
Click on the Tools>options>Folder Manager.
Look at the icons and select the folders that you want Picasa to scan.
Note that you can Scan to different degrees: Once, Always and so on.
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