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  1. Hi all, thank you for the wonderfull software in the most recent version heic support was added and there are some settings about depth maps but i cannot find any tutorial for, for example, depth map editing and usage any links? thank you all
  2. Since the Focus Merge process must determine the Z order of the photos and which pixel to use from which image, that means that it is implicitly reconstructing depth information for each pixel anyway. It would be nice to have access to this data, either for further editing (such as enhancing perceived depth by applying color correction), or even to use it, say, as a displacement map in 3D-capable software to generate a textured 3D model from the image. I'd suggest a simple "Generate Depth Map" check box in the Focus Merge dialog box that would then lead to Focus Merge outputting a grayscale depth map as either a separate layer or a channel.
  3. Hi guys, I can't seem to find any information stating whether or not you can import a depth map into a channel and use it to drive a lens blur filter. This feature is the only reason I keep Photoshop around and would love to know if its possible in Affinity Photo so I can switch. Does anyone know if this is possible?
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