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  1. Thanks a lot Fixx for the tip and advice.
  2. No problem Alfred ,-) I thank you too. Imagine 9 pages/artboards > 9 PDF pages. My client can open the PDF and erase pages 4/5/6 and keep pages 1/2/3/7/8/9; correct? (yes; this was done before Publisher was released)
  3. 1. Ok. 2. Ok. Good news ,-) Thanks a lot.
  4. Thank you for your kind help. 1. It seems hard to edit using Adobe Acrobat ,-( Not good. Anyway; without an Aff. Designer copy, to open using Illustrator what is the best export format (If it is possble)? 2. What about simply erase some pages in the PDF (no fonts; everything is in curves)? My clients can do that with Adobe Acrobat DC/Pro? (fonts are not available via Adobe CC fonts)
  5. Dear friends, I designed some flyers in separate pages/artboards, in Affinity Designer, converted everything into curves to preserve the look of the fonts I used (purchased fonts) and exported to PDF (print and web quality), so my client can e-mail and/or print in inkjet the flyers. I now want to provide my client with versions that are editable by him in Adobe Acrobat DC or Adobe Acrobat Pro (they own the Adobe Creative Cloud) so they can make minor text corrections and cut some pages if needed. How to make? Do I export my documents without converting them to curves? So the fonts I used are still included in the PDF? Or do I have to do something else? By the way (outside the scope of this forum, but it's work related); Do both Adobe Acrobat DC or Pro versions allow this type of text editing and erase some pages? A second question (so sorry): If I want to hand my Affinity Designer files to another designer who uses only Adobe Illustrator to continue my work in the future, what format should I choose to give him this work? The original files in Affinty Designer? Or do I need to export in a format that Adobe Illustrator understands? If so, which one? And the fonts? Do I have to add them separately or are they automatically included in the files I am going to provide? Thank you very much for your help. Best regards.
  6. At this time and at this stage of the project it is not possible to outsource a colourist. At later stages, at another stage of the available budget, it will be possible. For now I will have to resolve this more modestly. The project will be 4K up to 410 Mbps/10 bits. But your suggestions make sense and are helpful .-) Thank you.
  7. Sorry If I forgot to mention DXO Filmpack. To replicate the work in Aff. Photo is maybe impossible. Maybe quite close but not 100% I guess. And it's doing the same job twice. ;-(
  8. Hi Stokerg, As a starting point I use another program (DXO Film Pack) that many here should know about and which includes digital versions of old photographic films and apply them to the RAW file handling. Then I export them to TIFF or Jpeg as needed. This program does not allow me to export in LUT formats. If you tell me Aff. Photo does it, that's great news, and I've never noticed it. Two questions: 1. Should I use TIFF (Adobe RGB) files to export the LUT file, even if they are later applied to video (sRGB)? I know there are bigger colour spaces for video, but for the web at least... it is sRGB. I will probably deliver my projects to TV broadcast; so TIFF should be the best choice to preserve information? 2. Can I really generate a LUT from the colour register that I tuned and is present in the TIFF file and then import it into a NLE (LUT format) program and simply apply it to my video footage (in my case Canon C-Log)? Seems too easy; sorry ,-) Has anyone ever done a tutorial with this complete process? From Aff. Photo to the final video? Thanks for your precious help .-)
  9. Hi,I am in the process of scouting places for video productions, taking photos and edit ending in TIFF files. The project asks for a type of editing, like old Kodak photographic films from past decades. I love the results I am achieving on this scouting photos. It is the perfect reference for the cinematography of this project. Is there a way to turn this "Film" editings into presets or LUTs or other way and apply them to the video footage?Thank you very much.
  10. After some time; is there anyone here in the Serif community using Aff. Photo in the Platinum/Palladium print workflow? Thanks.
  11. Any opinions more? Thank you very much.
  12. Thanks Thomaso for sharing your experience. Of course, two 24" monitors produce more than one 27" usable workspace; this is needless to mention. Maybe I did not explain everything in the first post. Eizo monitors are among the best on the market and not very cheap. With the price of one of EIZO's 27 "CG series, I buy one of 24" of the same excellent series and a second monitor (with a € 400.00 difference) just for tools in use. What I want to know is if the Serif applications already work well in this dual monitor mode. If there are serious problems that delay or make it impossible to work quickly and effectively, then a 27" solution is a better one, because 27" is more than I currently have I have (not a giant leap though); but with the assurance that works without problems.
  13. (Using Aff. Photo/Designer/Publisher) Hi, my Eizo CG 241W monitor 24" is a bit old. 10 years of use. Trying to decide between another 24" (maybe two monitors) or a bigger 27". The two monitors solution would be an Eizo graphic for documents in full screen + a much cheaper monitor (or the old one as long as it is working) just for panels and tool bars (workspace modes-separated mode) The 27" is self explanatory (workspace modes-Normal mode) What are your choices? Thanks for your feedback. Regards.
  14. Thanks for your useful feedback. 8 more days... And yes; I too have high hopes for the Designer Persona. Meanwhile I will try the .afdesign file import method.

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