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  1. Dear Serif Ltd, My name is Jonathan Kolomoni and I am a 29 year old, Belgian, All-round Creative. I love the fact that you've created a software that is accessible to so many other creatives around the world. I send you much appreciation for that. On the other hand I would love to give you an advice on a feature you may add to one of your future updates: Affinity Designer; Could you allow vector drawing shapes or paths to be having a different selection-colour when selecting the drawn shape? That would be awesome. I happen to be quite limited to my colouring cause I always draw all my shapes before I colour-fill them individually. Affinity Video (Proposition); - Could you guys create a software that would allow us to edit video with the vector shapes or paths drawn into Affinity Designer? - Could you guys also create a feature than enables Rotoscoping existing images and video in order to animate captured video fragments into some sort of vector or cartoon-style? I’m not a programmer myself, but I think you guys would definitely be able to develop these ideas and would be able to use them into your advantage. Please let me know if you're considering this mail. I’d love to know what you guys think!
  2. Hello You guys doing awesome. My suggestion is, add a basic animation timeline/some video editing option . So that UX UI designer use it for their portfolio and also for other purpose . You can start with some basic . I dont know is there any 3d text effect already or not . But only 3d text is very basic . And a 3d model support with live paint and texture will be awesome . Thanks
  3. Hi, I am really happy to see an alternative to Adobe. ​Are you planning to make Affinity Video Pro yet? ​Windows 10 user Max Køngerskov
  4. Hello everyone, I was wondering if you guys from Affinity are planning to create a video editing software? Because other programs like Premiere Pro or Final Cut Pro X are very expensive. It would be so cool if you could try to create something similar to the Creative Cloud from Adobe. I know that this is almost impossible but a filmmaking software from Affinity would make my workflow so much easier (and less expensive). Greetings from Germany
  5. peter

    Affinity Video

    This is a bit early; so come back in 2018...When Affinity Video aka AV is out. Until then enjoy the inspiration. The link below, is for Thinkbox TV; who have created some of the best British TV ads lately. They have also provided a gallery or two of some great classics....An absolute goldmine for inspiration...sheer bliss for me. http://www.thinkbox.tv Peter, your chosen subject is: TV adverts 1960, to the present day. Enjoy peter Ps...as if the devs haven't got enough to do!
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