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  1. I would like to open some ARW-Files from my Sony Alpha 7 IV in Affinity Photo 2 (2.2.1 on macOS 14.1). But 20% from the foto series, only shows a black picture after opening in Affinity Photo. The "black-files" can be opened normal in macOS Preview and in Photos. Is there a way or a workaround to open these ARW-Files? The only indicator ore differenc betwene thes files are the size. The corrupted RAWs are bigger (71-96 MB) than the working ones (39-42 MB). Black_A7400091.ARW Black_A7400100.ARW OK_A7400001.ARW OK_A7400024.ARW
  2. Recently upgraded Affinity Photo from 1.5.1 to 1.5.2. Photo no longer opens ARW files. It continues to open other file formats. This takes away the ability to edit in RAW.
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