Burn your images without duplication
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There exists two simple solutions to burn images onto a CD/DVD: first off, with iPhoto built-in option, secondly, with the use of a "burn folder", from within the Finder.
The latter has the disavantage to require the duplication of files on your hard drive that you do during the drag'n' drop operation. This waste of disk place is useless.
There exists an alternate solution: during the drag'n'drop operation, prior to release the mouse button, keep pressing COMMAND+OPTIONS. Then release the button.
Finder will create files alliases rather than create duplicated files! Here we go. During the burning stage, you'll notice nothing different when compared with the duplication method. You'll save time and disk space.
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