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  1. Snazzy, thanks Carl123, did not think of that solution, might be useful though I did need them to be seperate after rasterization!
  2. Issue/situation: When I've selected multiple layers and I want to rasterize them all in one go, I select Layer > Rasterise but it only rasterize the first layer. Question: Is there a way I can rasterize all selected layers? Screen recording: See screen recording of the issue in action. Operating system: OSX Catalina 10.15.6 Affinity Photo: Version 1.8.4 ( Separate mode ) Unusual hardware: Wacom tablet Intuos pro Any help or input on this matter is much appreciated. Thank you in advance. PS: if this post is in the wrong forum, then please let me know, and I will submit it in another. affinity-photo-forum-rasterize-all-selected-layers-screencast-10-august-2020.mov
  3. Hi Patrick, Thank you for the message and update. I've just tried it ( in the same manner as how I worked with it last ) and it looks like it's working just fine! Thank you and the team very much for this update! Sofus
  4. It turns out James Ritson wrote an excellent introduction to LUTS and Affinity. So I'm just going to copy past the relevant part from his article below. The article can be viewed here: https://affinityspotlight.com/article/1d-vs-3d-luts/ I also enjoyed this introduction to LUTs: https://www.bhphotovideo.com/explora/video/tips-and-solutions/introduction-luts
  5. arhg ok I see. But Davinci supports layered files so it's just a matter of saving it and then relinking in Davinci. easy peasy.
  6. Out of curiosity - in what terms are you thinking? Davinci supports just about any assets created in Affinity, as far as I know.
  7. Question: In Affinity Photo "Export Luts" what does quality / "set the complexity" mean? Issue/situation: In Affinity Photo 'Export Lut' there is a Quality slider, where I only see a difference in the preview image once I go above 7 x 7 x7. The documentation is very sparse with its definition of what it actually does; "Quality—sets the complexity of the exported adjustment. Drag the slider to set the value." Attachment: Link to Affinity Photo Docs: https://affinity.help/photo/en-US.lproj/index.html?page=pages/Adjustments/export_3dLut.html?title=Exporting custom adjustments as LUTs Operating system: OSX Catalina 10.15.3 Affinity Photo: Version 1.8.3 Any help or input on this matter is much appreciated. Thank you in advance. PS: if this post is in the wrong forum, then please let me know, and I will submit it in another.
  8. I second BlackMagic's Davinci Resolve - it's free and a workhorse that will get anyone who uses it access to some of the best editing tools on the market. DaVinci Resolve comes in two versions where one is free and the other cost but it's very affordable. See more on: https://www.blackmagicdesign.com/dk/products/davinciresolve/
  9. Right you are! skimmed too fast over the part where it stated it was the application itself!
  10. Hi Fde101, Thanks for the input, I honestly thought the GUI elements from Finder could be accessed by developers as well, and not be restricted to Apple's own thing. Not going to change anything as its not a killer just would have been a neat thing to be able to do.
  11. Sound a lot like the issue I've been having with Affinity Photo eating disk space while working on docs and then regaining that space once I close the Application. – I'll follow this thread incase some good info crops up.
  12. Question: Is it possible to have a 'icon size slider' similar to the one found in MacOS Finder? Issue/situation: I mostly find my documents in 'icon view' but I am not able to increase the icon sizes in the Affinity Photo open document dialog, similar to how I can in the MacOS finder. Is there a way to do so or is this a feature request for Affinity Devs? Attachment: See attached screenshot of the icon size slider for reference. Operating system: OSX Catalina 10.15.3 Affinity Photo: Version 1.8.3 Any help or input on this matter is much appreciated. Thank you in advance. PS: if this post is in the wrong forum, then please let me know, and I will submit it in another.
  13. Hi R C-R, To be honest I have zero understanding of memory management, and if I understand you correctly you are referring to RAM? My issue is that I've experience a few times my hard disk almost running out of space when I am working on Affinity Photo, and once I close the application I regain the space. That is why I am assuming there must be cache / temp files created for each document I have open. As far as I know the Purge function in Photoshop allows me to 'dump' the data ( history and undos etc ) for each document to free up space, but at my own risk so to speak - which I am fine with and I don't see any issues in doing so if it's me doing it ( it would be a different matter should the application do it on its own ) Alternative to a purge function would be an option to set up a dedicated scratch disk as Carl123 mentioned, again Adobe has that option ( https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/using/scratch-disks-preferences.html ) At any rate I will continue to work on fewer documents at the same time and frequently close the application to free up space, though it's a ball to do so.
  14. Thanks for the input. I've already thought of having a seperate scratch / temp disc, but it seems to be overkill for this Affinity. The other posts on here I read through did not have a specific solution either.
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