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First order of business: I love the updates, big thanks to Affinity and Serif for the hard work! Onto the suggestion: Currently, I can batch RAW files to .afphoto files, but they are embedded with huge file sizes and no option to make them linked instead. To convert RAW to .afphoto as linked files, I have to individually save each one. This is a problem for my workflow. Also, when merging for HDR or Stacks, I cannot use .afphoto files as the source. This requires me to batch out intermediate TIFFs first, which eventually get deleted and seem like a wasteful extra step. For context: I shoot a lot of bracketed photography, mainly for HDR but increasingly for focus stacking. Currently, for a 5-bracket shot, I have to manually open and save each of the 5 exposures. With larger photosets following multi-day trips, this is going to be extremely cumbersome. Bonus points: I would love to be able to add text to the end of a filename (e.g. "_Edit") when batching, but that's a much lower priority than the requests above.
Since installing 184.108.40.206 notice that the Beta symbol ("B") shows on all afphoto files including afphoto files generated from the release version. It can get confusing as to if an afphoto file was created in the release version or the beta version. I have mine organized by putting all beta output into one folder. The bad thing is that if I double click on an afphoto file that I want to open in the release version it will always open the beta version. It's not a big problem but could get confusing. Running Windows 10 with latest updates. Thanks.