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  1. With the new support in Affinity Photo for Astrophotography, it seems like this should be possible (but I'm new to AP, perhaps it already is)... So, I'll describe what I think should happen. I'm working with a large number of images, over 400, and would prefer to keep them in DNG format. Why? Because then I can make local adjustments to key images, and then apply those to adjustments to a whole batch of images in one single operation because the images are aligned. What I think should happen is this: (1) Point AP to a folder that contains all of my DNG files and say "Align Images" (as it does for Astrophotography) (2) Apply a crop to all images so that the visible area of the DNG files are aligned and then save those results, so I now have a collection of aligned image files. It seems like most (if not all) of the technology to do this is already in AP with its recent Astrophotography tools, but the workflow and result is different. It also seems to me that the load many files as layers to align them in a single "master" file is not quite the right solution as I'm talking about dealing with hundreds of files not a few. Thanks - hope that all makes sense William
  2. So I am trying to edit a star lapse I took by recording my macro then re applying it to a batch. However the results are way different when I do this. How come? I know the Macro is good because when I run it on just a single image it looks great. However when I run it as a part of a batch it doesnt even look the same. Whats the point of the batch processor if it doesn't work? I was really hoping to use affinity over Adobe products but its looking like for mass image editing nothing beats adobe. Might have to just suck up and pay to stupid monthly cloud subscription. ugh. Anyways the first image is my original macro ran on just a single image and then the image on the right is from the batch, and yes I used the same macro for both. Image 1 https://www.dropbox.com/s/ikm4y3e0hh6sue4/PTRO5713.jpg?dl=0 image 2 https://www.dropbox.com/s/vkt8y5jnecfz7kx/PTRO5713b.jpg?dl=0
  3. One of my interests has been timelapses and recently I was able to try one out Now I've been looking for software for making timelapses but the various options I've seen are lacking in one way or the other. Which software would you recommend for creating timelapses? This is for Windows and free of course I need one that can give an output of 1080p and work with as many photos as possible, even 1500 Thank you Ps: I'm asking this because some time back a forum user recommended an excellent RAW converter software which I now use - so I'm thinking I can get the same help again
  4. Hi Is there any option to make some changes in 1 picture and then select the rest of them I had taken in a Time lapse project, and apply all the changes we have done to that picture (light, exposure, white balance, filter...)? thanks,
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