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Why does Adobe Elements 2018 Organizer upload multiple versions of every photo? How do I stop this?

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joanm89781810  wrote

Why does Adobe Elements 2018 Organizer upload multiple versions of every photo? How do I stop this?

Are you on a Mac? I don't use Macs but the only posts I have seen with remotely similar questions were cases where Time Machine was used or the media were stored on a NAS.

For instance:

Elements Organizer 14 and 2019 on Mac OS Keep Switching to Time Machine

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Yes I’m using a MacBook Pro. Any idea why it does that or how to stop it? I upload so many photos it is a pain to go through deleting two out of every three photos. I’m also not sure if it matters which ones I delete. Is one the original and deleting that restricts my editing capabilities?

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I don't know anything about Macs, but I have already seen a discussion like this in this forum which I can't find just now. I hope that expert Mac users will answer your question.

Since the issue is about downloading, could you describe exactly how you are doing this.

- with cable transfer, with a card reader?

- where do you upload?  A standard internal drive, a NAS?

- Is Time Machine enabled?

- Can you upload the files from your camera to the destination drive with your OS before getting them in the organizer catalog?  In that case, I imagine that you would not get any duplicated downloads?

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I transfer the photos from my camera with a cable. Because I also have an iPhone those photos transfer automatically as soon as the phone is near the computer.

I don’t know what NAS is or if I can

upload the files from your camera to the destination drive with your OS. Once I connect the camera to the computer the photos upload automatically .

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