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  1. There is just one more "Affinity Photo" process under the main process, nothing more. I'll try to reinstall Photo and see if that helps. Edit: Attempt to repair the installation ended with "Setup failed", so I did full uninstall/reinstall and the exiftool is working now. Thanks walt.farrell.
  2. This version is not reading EXIF metadata at all. Tried files from three different cameras, NEF/RAWs, converted TIFs, JPGs. It shows "No Camera data" every time.
  3. I know there are more important things to fix/implement in AP, but this is really annoying for me. You don't have to be different from "that other app" in this :-)
  4. Same here with the last release version on Windows 10. Doing nothing, just marching ants, AP uses about 20% CPU.
  5. I understand that it's not an option to change the default TIF extension from .TIFF to .TIF (because .TIFF is a standard?). In my case all other applications I use save as .tif. It would be helpful to at least add a .tif filter to the AP export dialog so that files with both extensions are visible in the window, currently the window is always empty :) (See attached screenshot). Thanks for consideration.
  6. I'll repeat myself, but I think it should be changed. Just do it like Photoshop - saving newly created file defaults to the last used folder, saving already existing file should use the original file location.
  7. AP does the same. I suggested the change to the "standard" behavior two times already and I'm quite sure someone did before me. I hope they change it in some future release, because it is really annoying.
  8. How do I do this in the latest Photo version? I need to view two documents side by side.
  9. A few issues I (still) have: 1. This is not fixed: https://affinity.ser...-all-exif-data/ 2. Still uses LZW for 16bit TIF, no options. 3. The Save/export dialog doesn't reflect original file location. 4. TIF extension is *.TIFF, no option for *.TIF And a new one is the "Error importing brushes", m850 mentioned above, after drag&drop a file into AP. The error does not appear after opening the file using File-Open command.
  10. Yes it is, the NEF files contain a full resolution BASIC quality JPG preview.
  11. A few issues I have: 1. This is not fixed: https://forum.affinity.serif.com/index.php?/topic/35335-saving-file-removes-all-exif-data/ 2. Still uses LZW for 16bit TIF, no options. 3. The Save/export dialog doesn't reflect original file location. 4. TIF extension is *.TIFF, no option for *.TIF
  12. It depends on file contents and compression. A pure white one layer tif file of those dimensions can be 3 MB compressed and 323 MB uncompressed.
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