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Hello, I've just finished watching all interesting tutorials from affinity (to me) and I very like the 32 bit editing. And I am wondering what is the drawback while using the 32 bit? The export says the same file size with 16 a 32, but a user gets much better file to work with. The biggest advantage I see in keeping the colour/grade information even after over/underexposing the file in develop person (using layers keep it in both - PS don't) and then, you can modify the exposure again with no pixcel losage. Also, would it be posible to make develop persone work in two settings. 1. as it is now - all edits are destructible to the image. 2. live settings - all edits are remembered (for example detail refinement, noise reduction and white balance is something a user would like to change during editing. I know white balance can be modifed, but a user loses the Kelvin scale). My standard workflow is using lightroom (non destructive edit) to keep the same colour grading to a series of photos and for harder editing using the PS or now AP. At some point or next day I don't like the colour and I can easy modify the settings. In some comments I read, if using apply tone curve, the file loses dynamic range - could you clarify this? What does this actually do to the image? The detail refinement option is set to zero at default. At first I was shocked why a file loaded into AP is so blurry compared to viewing in basic picture browser (faststone viewer), then I found the DR option. During HDR merge could the noise reduction option be at develop persona, so that a user sees the effect and can adjust to his liking (detail can be done so)? Thanks, Jan.
Hi, I do not know if is it some bug or I my lack of knowledge but since I've once changed in develop assisitant option for "RAW output format to RGB 32bit HDR" all my files are always opened in 32bit even thought that I reset this option back again to output in 16 bits. I cannot find in any other place option to change this and due to the fact that my computer is not so fast developing in 32 bits almost ruins my machine's resources. I hope that this can be fixed somehow.
dont know if or how often this one may be asked for already (search is empty on this)... i really need to have 16bit CYMK tif support for images in both design and photo. should be possible soon - shouldnt it? cant imagine any reason why this isnt already there and be able to edit/use existing tifs wich 16bit cymk color space. quite annoying and makes it impossible to use affinity for eyery case i have to deal with them. please!