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  1. Thanks for the replies. The live filters are the culprit for the slow down , especially when opening the file. Hiding them before saving made all the difference when opening the file back up to work on it. Hopefully this will be looked into a little more in Development. I will work on the size reduction and other suggestions. Thanks!
  2. Ok, I will try that and let you know. Thanks for the response.
  3. The real issue besides the file sizes being large, is that it takes forever for anything to open or if I click on a item such as sharpen or other options or layers. It maxes out my processor and I cant do anything for several minutes. This seems to have started a few weeks ago after I updated. I have checked for virus's and the system is clean. I don't know if a windows update may be causing the slow down or if you have seen this recently. I am including a file from a previous version. This is a normal workflow for me. A similar file on the current system will be twice that size and take a long time to process. I am running Windows 10 home AMD A-12-9700 Radeon R7 10 Comp cores 4c+6g 2.50 ghz. 8 g ram, 1 tb hdd. 64 Bit Sunrise_on_the_pier.afphoto
  4. I've been having issues with the current version of Affinity Photo. When I open a RAW cr2 file it opens as usual . Even if I only click Develop, the file size increases to 4 to 5 times the original size , usually around 24 meg before I do anything to it. Then it goes to over 100 meg. I've been using Affinity Photo since ver. 1.5 and this never happened before. It pretty much renders the program useless to do anything ,since my Laptop comes to a screeching halt for several minutes until I can do any kind of workflow.