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  1. Hi, Let me start by saying that Affinity Photo is an amazing piece of software, nevertheless I stumbled upon two issues that I consider relevant: Image quality and file size of exported JPEGs. I was testing Affinity Photo's export feature and noticed that it produces more pixelated JPEGs when compared with the "Save for Web" feature in Photoshop. The file size is also larger (19 Kb in Photoshop vs 23 Kb in Affinity). These two JPEGs were exported with the same settings. Notice the pixelation on the second image (Affinity). Photoshop (quality 40 / Bilinear) - 19 Kb: Affinity Photo (quality 40 / Bilinear) - 23 Kb: I wonder if there's a workaround for this (both for quality and file size). Thanks in advance, Antonio
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