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  1. Hi - I added this video to my YouTube channel the other day and thought I would share here with all of you too! :-) A friend of mine asked me to create this video because he purchased some info-graphics on the internet but couldn't figure out how to separate them into different files. In this video I go over how to use the Export Persona in Affinity Designer and Affinity Photo to capture and save specific portions of your images, designs, and illustrations. I show you how to do this in the four most common file formats: JPEG, PNG, EPS, and PDF. It's a simple way to breakout portions of an illustration or design and export just the portion you want - even if the objects are on separate layers within the project. So, if you've captured something from the internet, bought something from a designer, or even photographed something you wanted to use in your art, this video will show you how to quickly capture just the parts you want and save/export them for use in another program, project or design. Thanks so much for watching. Happy Creating. Jen
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