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Frequently asked questions
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You can subscribe on a monthly basis or by the year and can cancel at any time.
You can download Peakto for free and test it for 15 days.
After 15 days, you will have to choose between a monthly or annual plan to continue using Peakto. A one-time purchase license is also available.
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Per seat means that your license is exclusive for one user only. You can activate your Peakto single-user license on up to 2 computers.
Avalanche is designed to convert catalogs of photographs from one application to another. For example, if you wish to move your pictures that are currently cataloged in Apple Aperture to another app, such as Adobe Lightroom, Avalanche will do exactly that.
Avalanche migrates as much information as possible from the source catalog to the destination: metadata, organization hierarchies such as albums, stacks, groups of albums, etc.
But Avalanche goes one step further by attempting to migrate all the adjustments made to images into the destination catalog (geometry adjustments, light, color and development adjustments).
Currently, Avalanche migrates the photographs from your source catalog into a new, initially empty, catalog it creates. When exporting to Lightroom, you can then use the Lightroom catalog merging feature to merge that newly created catalog into your master catalog if you have one.
Avalanche is available for Lightroom, Luminar or Capture One. Avalanche Unlimited compiles the 3 versions into one. All the versions of Avalanche support the same input sources: Aperture, Lightroom, Luminar 4/AI, exports from Google photo, Aperture or even iView MediaPro.
Avalanche will add support for Luminar Neo both as a source and a destination(in the Avalanche for Luminar/Unlimited versions).
Avalanche for Lightroom, Avalanche for Luminar and Avalanche Unlimited require macOS 10.14 or later and run fine on Catalina.
Avalanche is compatible with:
- Aperture catalogs from version 3.6
- Lightroom Classic catalogs from version 5
- Luminar catalogs from version 4.2
You need around 145 MB of free space, 4GB of memory (8GB recommended) and enough space to accommodate the converted libraries.
A working copy of Apple Aperture or Lightroom is not required to migrate libraries as Avalanche opens those libraries natively.
You can try every variant of Avalanche. The trial version of Avalanche is a fully functional copy of the application, not limited in time, but limited to migrating 100 images and 100 videos.