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  1. Hello, I was wondering if it's possible to batch process files with a few macros that don't come by default and if this is as I've watched tutorials about adding certain macros one that works like this? 1) resize (by default available) 2) to then drag out the area you wish to crop (not to just save into a folder) to as sometimes this done automatically doesn't crop the exact area wanted. 3) then to save the file after this before moving on to next file and repeat process. So the batch process works it's way 1 by 1 through the files effectively speeding up what would b
  2. This is a follow-up to the previous bug report (with attachments) titled "Batch Process Fails with version" submitted on 7 June and updated that the same problem occurs under version Today, I tried to run a batch process against 21 files that ran one macro which simply created a copy of the background layer and then renamed the new layer. Again, as with the two macro problem, it processed two files and then quit without an error. It was at that time that I discovered another error in that the .afphoto file created by the batch process is more than twice as large as t
  3. Where I can find macros in Batch processing? I find guide in Help section, but I can’t find any macro option in batch processing. Also batch help page looks like a Windows or Mac version...
  4. I'm having a problem with Photo adding a white border when I batch-process converting Affinity files to JPG. This doesn't happen when I export individual files using the file menu. Am I missing a setting in the batch job dialogue that would stop this happening?
  5. Please help me out. I would like to know if it is possible to make a lens correction to multiple photos at once by batch process? If it possible, how does it happen in Affinity Photo? It seems like an awful slow process done one by one. Or is there another convenient way to do this? Thank you!
  6. Looks like on the batch processing panel the bounding box isn't sized wide enough here for the German localized text on the switchable radio button group ...
  7. I cant work out how to import a photo into affinity photo. ?? Also, I use adobe bridge and camera raw as I am photojournalist. How can one batch process and Copyright etc etc. WE NEED A PROPER MANUAL!!!!!!
  8. Hello, I am a photographer specialized in the panoramic photo (360 °, but also HD by assembly mosaics). Affinity interests me as an alternative to Photoshop and Lightroom that I use. Affinity’s possibility in retouch of an equirectangular when looking a rectilinear projection is a great advantage for me. Is there with Affinity a possibility of a repetitive process of the conversion RAW / TIF for a series of photos? It is advisable to apply the same settings (modifications) to all images of the same panorama. Kind regards, Hubas
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