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  1. Affinity Photo (Version 1.6.6) Status - November 7, 2017 Hi Leigh, It's been more than six months now. Please confirm that the existing Batch Job bug in your new Affinity Photo (Version 1.6.6) has been resolved 100%. Otherwise, customers will still have to rely on Photoshop to perform basic batch processing. To verify whether your batch processing works as expected (and clearly discussed in full detail) follow the steps as shown further above in this thread. Thanks! Pat
  2. Affinity Photo (Version 1.6.6) Status - November 7, 2017 Hi Leigh, It's been more than six months now. Please confirm that the existing Batch Job bug in your new Affinity Photo (Version 1.6.6) has been resolved 100%. Otherwise, customers will still have to rely on Photoshop to perform basic batch processing. To verify whether your batch processing works as expected (and clearly discussed in full detail) follow the steps as shown further above in this thread. Thanks! Pat
  3. Hi Leigh, This is to confirm that if you run the same Batch Job twice the result turns out as expected. HOWEVER: The color looks different! Unless the color remains EXACTLY! the same the entire Batch Job becomes useless (see Attachment including updated Macro). Kind regards, Pat Files.zip
  4. Hi Leigh, As per your request please find attached the Affinity Photo Macro including a PDF file which shows you the difference between Manual Recording vs. New Batch Job. Thank you for solving the bug asap. Kind regards, Pat Files.zip
  5. Hello, Since you claim that "macros are still a rough cut" and that we better wait for AP 1.6 to be released (see your comment as follows)... https://forum.affinity.serif.com/index.php?/topic/39329-macros-with-different-3d-layers-and-background-features/?p=197069 ......how long will your "evolution" take to get the macro bugs resolved? Are we talking about weeks, months or years? Don’t be vague but precise. Again: This is your current macro bug as discussed in details/step by step as follows: https://forum.affinity.serif.com/index.php?/topic/39329-macros-with-different-3d-layers-and-background-features/?hl=%2Bmacros+%2Bwith Thanks, Pat
  6. Hello, Can someone help us asap resolving the macro issue as follows?... https://forum.affinity.serif.com/index.php?/topic/39329-macros-with-different-3d-layers-and-background-features/?hl=%2Bmacros+%2Bwith OR ...do we have to switch back to Adobe Photoshop? Thanks, Pat
  7. Affinity Photo (Version 1.5.2) - April 27, 2017 Hello, We would like to build a Macro that includes different layers to build some sort of 3D image impressions including a separate background. Below you'll find the exact steps we've taken so far: A. MACRO PROCESSING 1) Drag and drop a .jpg image into Affinity Photo 2) Activate Macro 3) Document --> Resize Document to 560px x 395px, Units: Pixels, DPI: 450, Resample: Bilinear, Resample activated/ticked --> Resize 4) Document --> Resize Canvas --> 640px x 640px, Units: Pixels, Anchor: Center --> Resize 5) Click on image with cursor/arrow --> Document --> Flatten 6) Transform --> S: -3 Degrees 7) C&P image, switch to last layer and Transform --> S: +3 Degrees 8) Move edited image (of last/lowest layer) accordingly and enter H-Value with a Delta of -20px 9) Effects --> Gradient Overlay 10) Layer --> New Layer --> Arrange --> Move to Back 11) Choose Flood Fill Tool --> Click into empty area --> Effects --> Gradient Overlay --> Type: Radial 12) Document --> Flatten 13) Stop Recording Macro 14) Add To Library --> Enter Macro name and hit OK --> Don't save the document B. BATCH PROCESSING 1) File --> New Batch Job process and choose "Save as JPEG" While the above steps (1 – 14) work perfectly fine when doing everything manually in Affinity Photo, it doesn't so when executed via Macro. To see the difference between Manual vs. Macro refer to the ZIP-Attachment below. C. QUESTION How can we build a Macro so that the final image looks EXACTLY like the one shown under manual conditions? Thanks, Pat Macro.zip
  8. Affinity Photo (Version 1.5.2) - April 27, 2017 Hello, We would like to build a Macro that includes different layers to build some sort of 3D image impressions including a separate background. Below you'll find the exact steps we've taken so far: A. MACRO PROCESSING 1) Drag and drop a .jpg image into Affinity Photo 2) Activate Macro 3) Document --> Resize Document to 560px x 395px, Units: Pixels, DPI: 450, Resample: Bilinear, Resample activated/ticked --> Resize 4) Document --> Resize Canvas --> 640px x 640px, Units: Pixels, Anchor: Center --> Resize 5) Click on image with cursor/arrow --> Document --> Flatten 6) Transform --> S: -3 Degrees 7) C&P image, switch to last layer and Transform --> S: +3 Degrees 8) Move edited image (of last/lowest layer) accordingly and enter H-Value with a Delta of -20px 9) Effects --> Gradient Overlay 10) Layer --> New Layer --> Arrange --> Move to Back 11) Choose Flood Fill Tool --> Click into empty area --> Effects --> Gradient Overlay --> Type: Radial 12) Document --> Flatten 13) Stop Recording Macro 14) Add To Library --> Enter Macro name and hit OK --> Don't save the document B. BATCH PROCESSING 1) File --> New Batch Job process and choose "Save as JPEG" While the above steps (1 – 14) work perfectly fine when doing everything manually in Affinity Photo, it doesn't so when executed via Macro. To see the difference between Manual vs. Macro refer to the ZIP-Attachment below. C. QUESTION How can we build a Macro so that the final image looks EXACTLY like the one shown under manual conditions? Thanks, Pat Macro.zip
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