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  1. ms.fuentecilla

    Batch processing

    There doesn't seem to be a way of keeping a processing sequence on a raw file that can be repeated on a file sequence to ensure uniform treatment. Macro creation seems constrained, or am I misunderstanding it. In Photoshop if one opened a new file with the previous one still open the same processes could be applied to the new one. But this doesn't seem to work in AP. It would be very useful to have this facility, particularly in the creation of panoramas because once applied these no longer have the flexibility of RAW. One very long and arduous hike I forgot to reset my camera for a pan sequence and whilst the individual frames of the sequence can be retrieved adequately for monochrome getting them sufficiently similar to build a panorama goes aglay. Perhaps someone has already tried this? Michael

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