What is APLIBRARY file?
Aperture is a proprietary file format for storing raw, non-destructively edited digital photographs. It was developed by Apple Inc. and is part of their Photos program. Aperture stores the original RAW files and JPEG or TIFF images created from the RAW files. The metadata, including lens adjustments, white balance, exposure information, etc., is stored separately in JPEG or TIFF files, while any edits made to the RAW file are not saved and cannot be recovered unless they are undone.
APLIBRARY Format details
|Full Name||Aperture Pictures Library Database Format|
Software, that convert APLIBRARY files
The easiest way to convert a APLIBRARY file is to save it in a different file format using dedicated software. Below you will find a list of software programs that can handle APLIBRARY files. Open your APLIBRARY file with one of them and save in another file format.