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  1. Hi guys! I would find it very practical for the Batch Job to be able to include folders and its subfolders, instead of manually navigating to and selecting the images themselves.
  2. It would be very useful for the batch function to be able to save as SVG and to be able to select a whole folder as the input rather than individual files
  3. Hello, Their seems to be a bug still in the batch export and export, that if embed metadata is ticked on jpeg or tiff that it will sometimes create a file that does not have the correct resolution properties embeded e.g with embed metadata ticked exporting/batch jpeg or tiff it will create a file that is 150dpi and double the size of the original regardless of what you do. you should be able to recreate this by loading a jpeg in, resize to A1 300dpi adobergb1998( i use this size alot ) move over to export persona, select jpeg best, make sure embed metadata is ticked (others settings were" pixel format :use doc format, resample:biliner, matte:none, icc:use doc profile, embed icc:ticked, quality:100%, progressive:UNticked"). affinity photo ver 1.5.1.54 if you require any more info I will do what I can. regards Chris
  4. When I run a batch job on some raw files using a macro I have created, the saved jpegs come out differently to when I run the same macro on files individually. Is there something I am missing? See attached photo: Left is individual output, and right is batch output. This only happens with raw files (olympus .orf) and not if run it on a jpeg. I can change the output of batch jobs to a degree by changing the develop assistant options, but I cannot get the result I wanted. I assume the problem is something to do with the develop persona, which I cannot record a macro for, but automatically runs when I open a raw file. Thanks for any help.
  5. I've only had APh for a couple of weeks (windows version) and this morning needed to use it with a batch of 50 or so RAW files from a shoot. Typically there are a few corrections that can be applied to all RAW files from a shoot . This is very straightforward in, and a vital part of, Photoshop's ACR. So I assumed that it would be just as easy in APh, But I could not find any way to process these 50 images in APh Please could someone tell me what I am missing here. Many thanks
  6. I'm always big on batch processing and an efficient export workflow. I've spent quite a bit of time trying to get the most out of AD 1.5 exporting - but i'm still mystified at what Batch Builder actually does. No help on it. No google returns outside of the feature list saying: Batch Builder for multi-slice imagesets (Xcode asset JSON) And it seems to be very oriented around touch icons - is there scope for more? Please affinity, let us in on the secret?
  7. - Is there any possibility to initiate a macro or batch processing from "outside" of Affinity Photo? (like AppleScript on Mac) - Are macros and batch processing also implemented in Affinity Designer?
  8. Hi there, I'm trying to use the "Batch Job" function. When I tap on "New Batch Job..." Affinity Photo shuts down. I've tried closing down the program, restarting my mac and uninstalling and reinstalling the app but the problem still exists. What can I do to fix the problem? Thanks Soul
  9. Hello! I'm quite stoked that Affinity Photo 1.5 now has batch processing. Working on a mac, I quickly went to test out this feature. It's great except that the Batch/Job UI could use a bit more love. It doesn't seem to like drag-and-drop a whole lot. I was hoping I could drag a folder or separate files into the task list but nothing threads up. I can only do by clicking through the file loader dialog. It would also be nice to have a batch process bar somewhere to get some kind of visual feedback somewhere, even if it's just a thin line or animated clock-sweep icon somewhere. All in all, great job, devs! I absolutely love your products and hope to see these improvements continue! Thanks!
  10. It would be really, really, REALLY nice, if it was possible to work on one image (of many in a sequence), then select "Copy settings" (with the option to exclude some or not), which will preserve all operations, rotations, sizing, modifications and whatnot done to the original. Then enter batch mode or whatever could be agreed upon, select the images to be processed (one to many - in my most recent case 398 images), and "paste settings", whereafter each of the selected images in the sequence undergo the exact same process, as the "master" image. No problem at all in Lightroom. Typically a case of seconds or a few minutes at most. I often need to work on sequences of images - extracted from video - that need heavy processing (available light scenes) - or just modifications to create i.e. moving "filled outlines" or other even more elaborate effects. Currently I use Lightroom for "image cosmetics" working on "intermediate lossless formats" extracted via FFMPEG. A lot of things can be made via Lightroom (and videos initially lost due to quality issues have actually been salvaged that way). It's quick and dirty, but it works, and Lightroom is in some respects extremely powerfull as a multi-image/sequence/video editor. Regards
  11. (If I've missed something and all of this is really easy, please ignore; I've only had a few minutes to play with the beta.) Looking at the batch processing system, I wonder if there might be a way to specify an existing document as a 'template' or merge base for the batch processing? It would have a picker for a file that is used as the template of the output file, or a source of layers. Two ways I can see this working: 'Use as template': the batch process could swap in each source file to replace the base layer in the template? It might allow the choice to resize the source to fit into the dimensions of the template. 'Add layers from...': where it copies in all the layers from the template file, with a tickbox for 'omit background layer'? This way round it might allow the copied layers to be resized to fit It seems to me that this would be a useful shorthand for quite a range of 'canned' adjustments-based batches, without the need to create a macro to reproduce the work in the template file. I often use CameraBag 2 for this kind of work. CameraBag has a filters list instead. The above solution would let photographers/designers have a set of reusable template files with multiple watermarks, transparent overlays, adjustments, etc. If it could be arranged such that other macros could be applied on top, it's an even more flexible shorthand.
  12. Hi Guys, The only feature we are really missing from the old days using Photoshop is the batch actions feature. The ability to run changes on multiple files at once in a batch. Appreciate it isn't a simple feature to add in. Apart from this Affinity Photo is far superior to Photoshop in speed, features and usability. It has sped our teams up significantly already. I can't express enough how appreciative we are at the awesome job Affinity have done releasing this program, it's exceptional. Cheers Ben
  13. I know it's been requested before but... Processing a lot of photos that basically should have the same white balance and needs the same shadows and highlights adjustments is something i really need. Doing it manually on thousands of photos isn't effective. Is there any way now (or in the future) to have kind of the same workflow as in PS Camera Raw where i can open a lot of images and set the basics and either open them or save them.? And even save the settings and apply them on other photos later. We're about to do thousands product photos and i'd like to use only APhoto for it. Cheers :)
  14. I am a frequent photoshop user, and I'm already loving Affinity. Deffinately considering changing to this software. I look forward to seeing high editing tools for massive creation in Affinity. What I would love to see the most is a RAW plugin that allows you to tone and edit single or multiple raw files. In photoshop it was Camera Raw and I could have use that camera raw feature to fully edit hundreds of raw files at a time. Something similar to this will be a great addition to Affinity and definitely a game changer! Looking forward to seeing new and exciting stuff in Affinity!
  15. I am a frequent photoshop user, and I'm already loving Affinity. Deffinately considering changing to this software. I look forward to seeing high editing tools for massive creation in Affinity. What I would love to see the most is a RAW plugin that allows you to tone and edit single or multiple raw files. In photoshop it was Camera Raw and I could have use that camera raw feature to fully edit hundreds of raw files at a time. Something similar to this will be a great addition to Affinity and definitely a game changer! Looking forward to seeing new and exciting stuff in Affinity!
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