How to backup iPhoto library manually
iPhoto library is a very dynamic application that comes with Mac OS X. It can edit and maintain and store the pictures of your computer with various categories automatically. Sometimes you need some pictures on an external hard drive then you need a backup of the entire iPhoto library to complete the process. If you are using time machine for the backup of the files then it will create the backup of the iPhoto library by default but if you are not using time machine then you will have to backup the iPhoto library manually. Now the problem is that how to backup iPhoto library manually on an external hard drive or to the other location.
How to get the backup of iPhoto library manually –
- First of all find the location of the iPhoto library and go there.
- You can find it in /Users/username/Pictures.
- You can find the iPhoto library folder within the pictures.
- Copy the entire iPhoto library to the external hard drive or other location.
- You can also copy the selected iPhoto library from there.
With the help of the above manual method you can resolve the issue of “How to backup iPhoto library manually”. But sometimes you cannot complete the process due to some corruption in the iPhoto library or if the external hard drive you are using is damaged. So in this situation you should use MacKeeper Tool to fix the problem automatically.
MacKeeper tool will scan the error and corruption in the Mac and resolve the entire corruption one by one automatically. When the repairing process will be done then you can easily get the backup of iPhoto library manually to the desired location.