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    Can't open raw files from Photos

    That one should be it. Well, the official code would be ILCE-7M3.
  2. Inrumpo

    Can't open raw files from Photos

    I have the same problem with raw (.ARW) files from my Sony a7 III (v2.10) (supposed to be supported) on my iPad Pro 10.5 (iOS 12.1.3). No matter how I import my raw files (directly via SD card adapter, USB 3 camera kit adapter or via OneDrive cloud), I can't open those raw files in Photos or in Affinity Photo for iPad. The import itself looks ok, no error messages. But the imported raw photos can't be opened, they are just blank. Trying to open one of those in Affinity for iPad will crash the app. I guess it's more an iOS problem than an Affinity problem, since I can't even open them in Photos. Looks like my files are not supported by iOS 12.1.3, even though that camera is listed as supported. (This did all work just fine some time ago with my Sony A6000.)
  3. As far as I know, it's "just" bug fixes. It's the sum of changelogs from the beta subsection. This is the latest one:
  4. +1 for a change. As of now, I need to use another program just for developing raw-files. Thanks for your input. I've been asking myself what's "wrong" there. Now I finally know what's going on. And thanks @James Ritson for your workaround. I'm hoping to see some progress here soon (9 months passed by now).
  5. You get that info from the ICC profile: Paper color via white point tag and black ink via black point tag. I'm not too sure on how they accommodate for colour. It's more about brightness. Anyway: You need to set up one ICC profile per every paper-printer combination you want to use. Yes, depending on how many papers and printers you are using, that will be a lot of profiles. But this doesn't fully answer your question: How to find out the correct black and white point tags and implement those into an ICC profile? I need to pass on that one. Fortunately, I only need to apply the profiles. I don't need to set them up.
  6. Yes I know. But this would also turn off the soft proof. Therefore makes no sense. If that is ture, then good to know. Thank you for a clear answer. You set it in the ICC profile. Other programs do it as well. This is no witchcraft. Maybe I just haven't been clear enough. All I wan to know is where to find the options marked in the screenshot below. And if Affinity Photo doesn't offer them, then I'd need to know if those are on or off by default.
  7. I agree with yout. There is no paper simulation during "normal work" outside of the soft proof. That would make no sense. Still: If the soft proof adjustment does add paper simulation, then I need to know how to turn it on and off. Sometimes I need it in the soft proof, sometimes I don't.
  8. I did chose the needed ICC profile I got from the printer. I only need to know if there is a paper simulation by default and if yes, how to turn it off.
  9. I assume that because with the profile I need to use for a specific print, blacks get turned into grays. That's typical for paper simulation. They could know it by reading the information in the ICC profile.
  10. Yes sure. That's what option 1 is for. I've attached a screenshot from "a popular image editing software". On the bottom you can see two checkboxes. I'm looking for those. I assume that Affinity Photo is simulating paper color by default. I need to turn it off.
  11. Hello Affinity community! I'm using Affinity Photo 1.5.2.69 on Windows 10. The soft proof adjustment offers me the following options: select profile Rendering Intent Black point compensation Gamut Check Opacity Blend Mode Blend Options But where can I enable or disable "simulate paper color"? I can't find it. Thanks for your help!
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