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Patrick Cray

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  1. The only Nik plug-in that does not work with Affinity is Nik Perspective. The other Nik Collection plug-ins work with RGB images but not raw files. If you are referring to either Nik Collection 6 & Nik Collection 7, they should automatically install on Affinity Photo 2.
  2. Hi EmT, Sorry, I closed an unresponsive Affinity Photo 2 with Task Manager, leaving the DxO Nik 7 Silver Efex plugin open. I have tried to replicate the issue this evening to answer your query, but everything is working as expected.
  3. Affinity Photo (Beta): PC running Windows 11 Pro Version 23H2, i7-10700F, 32GB RAM, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 Super with latest studio drivers. When I send a file to the DxO Nik Collection 7, Silver Efex plugin, Affinity Photo Affinity Photo (Beta) hangs, becomes unresponsive and has to be closed using Task Manager. The Nik 7 Silver Efex plugin however remains responsive.
  4. I have done further testing. Files processed in Affinty Photo 2 & Affinity Photo 2 Beta; when synchronised with the Excire Foto 2024 DAM the taking lens is being changed from a Nikkor to a Tokina lens. When the images are opened in Adobe Lightroom Classic, DxO Photolab 6 or 7 and FastRawViewer the lens data is shown correctly. Utilising the metadata panel in Affinity Photo 2 also shows the correct Nikkor lens. In addition if the jpeg with the incorrect metadata is sent from Excire Foto to Affinity Photo 2 the correct Nikkor lens is displayed. Any observations would be most appreciated. I will raise the matter with Excire as it looks to be as they are the culprits. Many thanks, Patrick
  5. Walt, I have just repeated the exercise with v 2.3.1 with the same results. As it is getting a bit late here in North West England I will conduct further test tomorrow morning. Just thinking of the best way to share the rather large files, I am no computer expert? I have already contacted the manufacturers of Excire Foto 2024 which is a DAM: they are of the opinion the problem does not lie with them. I think I will open the raw file directly in Affinity Photo 2 & the beta and see what happens? I will also see what happens if I open the file directly in DxO PureRAW 3 and then process it in Affinity? I will also see what happens if I process images taken with different camera/lens combinations. Many thanks, Patrick
  6. I am running Affinity Photo 2 Beta v. on a Windows 11 PC. I round-tripped a DNG file from Excire Foto 2024 to DxO PureRAW 3. I then exported the resulting linear DNG to Affinity Photo 2 Beta. On export from Affinity Photo 2 Beta, I noted the details of the taking lens had been changed. The image was taken with a Nikon D800 and a Nikkor AF-S NIKKOR 24-120mm f/4G ED VR, but the TIFF exported from Affinity Photo 2 Beta shows the taking lens to be a Tokina AT-X 24-70mm f/2.8 PRO FX. I have contacted Excire and they do not believe their application is responsible for the metadata change. As can be seen from the attached screenshot, it appears that DxO PureRAW 3 is using the correct optical module. Could Affinity Photo 2 Beta be responsible for this issue thanks?
  7. I have done some more testing on my PC running Windows 11. Currently, I am not experiencing any problems using DxO FilmPack 6 or Filmpack 7 with Affinity Photo 2.2.1 or Affinity Photo (Customer Beta) 2.30.2157
  8. Using my Windows 11 PC and Affinity Photo 2.2.1, I experienced no issues processing an image using DxO Filmpack 7. Please see attached screenshots.
  9. I am now unable to get either Affinity 2.2.0 or Affinity Customer Beta to open DxO FilmPack 6. However both Affinity Photo 2 & the Beta work without problem with DxO FilmPack 7.
  10. I confirm this issue effects both Affinity Photo 2 v2.1.1 and the Affinity Photo 2 (Customer Beta) v2.2.0.1971
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