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    I have just converted from a PC to a Macbook and it is driving me crazy! I am sure I will get used to it but it is SO different to windows. I have lots of Raw files and they are all bunched up together with my JPG files so I don't know which is which. When I select view / metadata, nothing happens. I want to have a cleanup but don't want to delete the wrong files. HELP!
    05-10-2015 11:52 PM
  2. Just_Me_D's Avatar
    In the Photos app on your MacBook, select "Albums". Right-click on a photo and then select "Get Info". It will tell you the extension. From there, you can just tap on each photo to see the associated extension.
    05-11-2015 07:27 AM
  3. mikeo007's Avatar
    Haven't used Photos enough yet to give you a reliable answer from within the program, but you can view the actual files themselves in the filesystem if you want to. If you open Finder and navigate to the Pictures (photos?) folder, there should be a package called "Photos Library". Right click it and choose "View package contents". This will show you the whole folder structure of your Photos library. Your original photos are in the "Masters" sub-folder.
    05-11-2015 07:28 AM

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