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  1. But what if one had never learned the Photoshop way, would it still be an issue? I can't tell you how many times I hit save as on PS and forgot to mess with the little drop down box. I would go to do large format print looking for the JPG only to find I missed it and saved it as PSD. At least when I export I know what I'm getting. Seconds is all it takes to export. If that is an issue, maybe try adjusting work flow instead. There is always room for improvement, but who's to say it is on Affinity's side?
  2. XNVIEW is not a bad choice. It's not pretty but works similar to Adobe Bridge. You can also set it up to send files to Affinity. Once you are done and export it, you can input the IPTC data back in XNVIEW. It would be similar a Bridge->Adobe Camera Raw->Photoshop workflow. It is free for personal use, but ask for licensing money if you are using it for a business. https://www.xnview.com/en/
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    Red pixels on RAW files

    I too have had a problem with "erroneous" pixels. I use a Lumix GH4 with MFT lenses. When I shoot night images, I get scattered red pixels with the assistant set to "Serif Labs" and off-colored pixels when I set it to "Apple". The same image in Lightroom does not show these pixels. I was curious if this is something with my camera or if it is a computer/software issue. Attached are screenshots and the raw file (not that great, mirror-less does not like low light). Any help would be appreciated, I would love to stop using lightroom and make AP my primary (Maybe not for this imagery). _1160624.RW2
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