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trevburley

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About trevburley

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  • Birthday February 15

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    Bognor Regis, UK
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    Photography, White water kayaking, Cycling, Running

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  1. Hi All, I animate a lot of my vector images in After Effects which is useless at importing any layered vectors other than .ai format files. The ability to export as .ai would mean I could go down to a single app subscription and focus on an AD to AE workflow rather than AD to AI to AE which is a pain. I understand there may be license issues and if so I'll keep quiet and just continue to export SVG into Illustrator, organise and then import into AE. I assume AE has this limitation to trap people in it's ecosystem. Cheers - Trev
  2. Yes, the more of this we have the less I need to think about my desire to buy 3D LUT Creator Pro! Trev
  3. I would like to see the ability in Photo (similar to photoshop) where I can control the colours that I wish to shift in the HSL dialog - this could allow me to have full control over a set colour (range) and change it to another with falloffs: Many Thanks - Trev
  4. Just throwing this out there but I've written a few extensions in the past to improve my workflow for Photoshop - it would be really handy and save a lot of time if we could have the ability to create our own UI panels and scripts. Macros are great but scripts are far more powerful. Cheers - Trev
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    Apply Image help

    I was just looking to drag a layer, not a file. Would be nice if there was a third 'source layer' option which allows you to click another layer in your project and use that. Thanks for the help Trev
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    Apply Image help

    Thanks Stanley - understood, so to your knowledge the ability to use a second layer as your source (by dragging it) doesn't exist on iPad (yet) as demonstrated in this video at 0:57? I would have to workaround by exporting the layer to a file and use the 'Image' method?
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    Apply Image help

    Affinity Photo for iPad I was experimenting with the Apply Image filter last night on AP for iPad and I couldn’t seem to understand the correct workflow necessary to get it to work. How do you select the other layer as the source? I selected “Current Layer” then changed my selection to the grey scale layer which I wanted as the source, enabled equations but nothing happened? At this stage I would expect to see a greyscale image since all the equations are set to D=S by default? Never really used the “Current Layer” button on desktop either as I’ve always used the drag method. Can’t find any information on it? Kind Regards - Trev
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