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Dan Caldwell

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  1. Hi guys, I just finished watching the video on Metal performance for Mac, just wondering if similar performance boosts are on the way for PC via GPU acceleration. If not, please implement! Thanks for your consideration
  2. Thanks verysame, I'll give that workflow a go! I'm fairly new to AP so I'm keen to learn as many processes as I can. Cheers
  3. Found the answer, it involves creating a spare channel. Here is the process for reference: - Select the layer with the channel you want to copy - In the Channels tab, locate the channel you want to copy - Right click it and select "Create spare channel". A spare channel should appear with the channel data you want - Select the layer you want to copy to if necessary - Right click the spare channel and select "Load To Pixel xxxx" (In my case it was Load To Pixel Alpha) - Delete the spare channel if you no longer need it If there is an easier way please let me know Cheers
  4. Hi there, I loaded in a 32 bit EXR to Affinity Photo of a render I did, and it came in with 2 pixel layers - one with the 32 bit colour information (called RGB), and the other being a greyscale image alpha (called Alpha). Both layers have an all white alpha channel. I'm trying to copy one of the RGB alpha layer channels (they are all the same) into the alpha channel of the RGB layer to get proper transparency, and I can't seem to find a way to do it. Is there an easy way to copy data from one channel to another in Affinity Photo? Cheers
  5. I'm a new user who came across this exact problem, and fixed it by doing the following: - turning off "Embed ICC profile" in the jpeg export setting, and; - making sure the RGB colour profile in preferences matched my Windows colour profile for my monitor (not sure what the equivalent would be for Mac, sorry) With this, I was able to get consistent colour throughout, from loading images in to editing and exporting. Hope this helps!
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