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  1. Hey Guys, I’m working on a quite large afput (102mb) file and after the last change, the affinity publisher keeps crushing when I try to open it. I already tried to open it with Affinity Designer/Photo, but there I get the same result. Is it actually a bug or is the file just too large? In any case, I’d really appreciate if you could give me any hints how to open it without crushing it! I urgently need this file to export for a customer. Is it possible to save 2 smaller files from this file so that I can open them again? I love the programs, but they still crash too often in comparison... Anleitungen_seelenwärmer.afpub
  2. Hello, affinity Photo Is crashing while developing raw. Photos where shot during the evening, on a Smartphone (LG V20 Korean Version) in 4k. But when I even see how the program is starting, I think a fast patch might be a good idea... Edit: Seems like affinity photo is even worse than Chrome when it comes to eating up memory. Major difference: Chrome restores my tabs when it crashes or the PC is out of power. Looking forward to solve this problem, Leo
  3. Hello, Affinity forum members! I'm using Affinity Photo mainly to stitch and edit panoramas, usually 4k, but up to 8k. For this I'm using photos I made with my Sony Xperia Z3, and in-game Screenshots. But last ones sometimes go horribly wrong. Currently, I'm trying to stitch a Panorama with screenshots of an in-game sunset, and they looked pretty promising, but Photo crashes every time I tried to stitch them. I tried to leave some Photos out, restart my PC, restart the Programm, stitch another one, which works fine btw, and it still just doesn't want to stitch them. As this is not the first time I experience crashing with Photo, and although I'm reporting it always and leaving always my email, I never got a response. -- I'm from Germany, so the errors are not translated into English, but the error codes are in the report, so hat shouldn't be a big issue -- So today a bit extended bug report: It alway goes like this: 1. Choose photos 2. click on stitch 3. stitch dialogue shows the loading symbol 4. loads a few seconds 5. stops loading, shows the error code 0x80004003 6. with a click on "OK" the error and Photo are closing Sadly, I've got no clue what to do, so a response would really help me a lot. -- PC Specs -- Windows 10 Pro (64 Bit) i5-4670 8GB DDR3 clocked at 1866Mhz MSI Radeon R9 380 4GB, clocked at 1000Mhz -- Photos Used -- .png format 4096x2160 8.85MPX all photos are attached. have a nice day, Leo
  4. Hey, i created a panorama with Hugin(2014). I exported it as PNG and it opened in Photo just fine. But the dynamic range was poor. So i exported a TIF. HDR or not, LZW compressed or not, everytime i open the file in Photo, it crashes. Filesize is around 400MB and opens just fine in Photoshop. I attached a download to said file, maybe you can figure something out? https://db.tt/R6gpzTuQ Thank you for your consideration :)
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