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terry47

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  1. Hi Paul Many thanks for your assistance in identifying that there is an issue and it wasn't me doing something wrong. Lets hope it can get sorted fairly quickly.
  2. Hi pauls Hopefully below are 3 images. The first two are individuals that are included in the panorama, while the third is the actual panorama. I have included them as jpeg images as the originals are in raw and are some 75mb in size and the panorama is in tiff at 340mb, which I thought would be too large to post. Hopefully these will help you, but feel free to ask for any other info.
  3. Hi pauls Thanks for the pointer, hadn't found that one, but I have now and the option is ticked. However it made no difference there is still no metadata attached to the image. I have tried 2 different export formats (jpeg & tiff) but have the same result, no exif data. The 5 images used to create the panorama have their individual exif data, but when combined in File>New Panorama all the exif data is lost on the resultant image. Any other suggestion would be appreciated.
  4. Hi All Relatively new to Affinity, haven't used it much since buying on the strength of a trail to create a panorama. Easy to use and creates easy panoramas with very little editing needed of the image after merging. My question is that where does all the Exif data go? I created a pano from 5 shots all of which had their individual Exif data present. The resultant one image had all of its data missing. Now I've had this issue previously with other software but all the camera details were retained only the date and time were blank so that was easy to rectify. Is this a 'design feature' of the app or am I missing something? Any help or guidance would be very much appreciated. Thank you.
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