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I've been trying to scan things into Affinity Photo using the Acquire Image feature. However, whenever I scan something directly into Photo, it comes through with interlacing problems (see the screenshot below—the interlaced image behind the Acquire Image dialog is what I end up with) that render the image useless. My scanner is an HP Color LaserJet MFP M283fdw. I'm on Affinity Photo 1.9.3 and macOS 11.4. I can scan fine from the OS scanner function—if I scan to TIFFs and open them in Photo it works all right. But I'd love to be able to skip the extra step. What might be going wrong?
Every time I attempt to scan an image directly into Affinity Photo using the "Acquire Image" the scanned image is a jumble of pixels and transparent shadows. Basically it is useless. Is there a fix? Or is there an update for Photo? Thanks for any information or help you can give. Charles Attempted Scan.afphoto
Hi: I have a Canon TS8350 printer-scanner. If I use it to 'Acquire Image...' in Affinity Photo I can scan documents directly into Affinity. However, the box which allows me to control the parameters of the scan (resolution, image size, etc.) has an option for Image Correction. If I use this box to correct the image using the scanner software (or possibly MacOS), Affinity scans the image but then immediately crashes. Consistent and repeatable. Martin S Taylor iMac Pro, MacOS 10.14.6; Affinity Photo 1.9.3