Wie gelingt der Import von Fotos in Photoshop Elements 2019 auch einem Anfänger mit dieser Software?

New Here ,
Aug 09, 2019

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Vor wenigen Tagen haben wir uns zur Installation von Photoshop Elements 2019 auf unserem in 2019 angeschafften, ersten Apple iMac entschlossen. IPads nutzen meine Frau und ich schon eine ganze Weile, im Umgang mit dem iMac sind wir allerdings noch nicht so versiert ...

Unser aktuelles Problem ist: Wir bekommen Elements 2019 zwar zum Laufen, beim Versuch, ausgewählte Fotos vom NAS in unserem Netzwerk zu importieren, nimmt Elements jedoch ‚automatisch‘ ALLE dort abgelegten Fotos. Und das sind eine Menge ...

Die Software ‚verschluckt sich‘ daran und ist für uns deshalb aktuell nicht nutzbar. Wahrscheinlich handelt es sich um einen Anfängerfehler, aber wir finden alleine nicht heraus woran es liegt. Es wäre sehr hilfreich, wenn uns jemand bei diesem Problem helfen könnte. Es sind noch die Bilder aus mehreren Urlauben zu bearbeiten ...

Viele Grüß,

Jörg

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Aug 12, 2019

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Hi Jörg,

Sorry that Photoshop Elements 2019 is not importing images from your network storage

As you've mentioned that you'ew importing images from a network drive, I believe you're trying to import a large number of them at once and that could be the problem.

Photoshop Elements will read, scan all your images and then prepare them to import and if you're importing in large numbers from a  NAS drive this could be time consuming.

Simpy,

In Elements Organizer, click Import and select choose the Files/Folders to import media from a particular file or folder location on your NAS.

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Let us know if that helps.

Thanks,

Akash

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Aug 16, 2019

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Hi Akash,

thanks for your response. The issue we are currently struggling with is that having installed Photoshop Element, we tried to only import some photos from selected folders of our NAS. But we don‘t seem to be able to limit the import as we would like to. Instead, it feels as if Photoshop Elements tries to import all photos it can find (and there are a lot) and then sucks in too many causing it to get very slow, so slow that the system becomes unusable. So in essence, it boils down to three questions now:

(1) How can we un-import photos that Elements has already imported?

(2) How to effectively limit the import of photos to selected files/folders?

(3) How to keep Photoshop Elements from adding more files to the import than what we selected?

Appreciate the community‘s help to us Photoshop Elements newbies!

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