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Hi there, Sorry if I'm posing in the wrong place, I was directed here by the Serif Twitter account so hopefully not. I'm a photographer/Filmmaker and spend quite a lot of my time with time-lapse photography. Obviously when dealing with high quality time-lapse, raw files need to be edited in a batch job before they're rendered into a video. Usually I do this with keyframes and software which will blend the edits between photos to create a smooth transition. I am also a student so I bought Affinity photo after accepting defeat over Adobe's subscription plan, never looked back!!! Except for this feature. I was wondering if I could suggest a feature that would do just this then? A development, to allow keyframes/key-images to be selected, edited and then a transition between them automatically applied. I know that this requires Lightroom and another program called LRtimelapse usually, so I can guarantee if you incorporated the workflow of both, you could gain some very loyal time-lapse photogs. Thanks a bunch! TDMA
Ulysses posted a topic in Older Feedback & Suggestion PostsI enjoy using Affinity Photo on a Mac (OS X 10.12.6). I frequently need to resize a folder of images and run a small macro to place my studio logo on these lower-resolution images for use by the client, post them to social media, etc. I downloaded the update for Affinity Photo v1.6.7, and it's great. But is there still no way to run a batch job on a folder containing both landscape and portrait orientation images and end up with all of them properly resized to the same pixel dimensions without distortion? I saw a discussion about a complex macro for this purpose in another thread. However, this essential function should be included as a basic part of Affinity Photo's capabilities, yes? Has anyone had success with this sort of operation? I really love Affinity Photo and tell all of my pro colleagues about it as a potential replacement for Photoshop, but this simple issue could hold many pros back. Thanks very much for any insight that you developers and experienced users might have.