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  1. Savingspaces33

    Focus stacking issue

    I have a new 12.9” iPad Pro. AP-1.6.5.61 I ran into 3 problems today. Camera used is an Olympus Em5 mark2. Using the hi res mode, which is generating a 64mp raw file. First issue is that if I try 4 or more files to stack, the app shuts down. 2 or 3 files are ok. Next issue was the result for a particular scene. 3 shots stacked gave me the included result. Last issue is regarding file size from jpegs. Instead of getting a 64mp file the result from stacking is only a 40mp file. This happens if I save a raw file from LR CC to camera roll, and the jpeg then sent to AP. Raw files are fine. ‘’first picture is the result from 3 stacks”
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