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  1. Hey everyone! It would be great if there was an option within the export persona to make, for example, this: Group A (Group) Group 1 (Group) Shape 1 (Vector) Shape 2 (Vector) Group 2 (Group) Shape 3 (Vector) Shape 4 (Vector) Group 3 (Group) Shape 5 (Vector) Shape 6 (Vector) Group 4 (Group) Shape 7 (Vector) Shape 8 (Vector) Group B (Group) Shape 9 (Vector) to that: Group A (Group) Group 1 (Pixels) Group 2 (Pixels) Group 3 (Pixels) Group 4 (Pixels) Group B (Group) Shape 9 (Pixels) Best wishes, Shu
  2. Hello, Does this software open Layered PSB ProfotoRGB files? I did not see that when using the Trial. IF not, I will stay clear and far away from it. Regards, A.
  3. Layered 8-bit TIFF files created from a 16-bit original file such as RAW or TIFF Scan appear to be too big. It seems as though they are retaining some of the 16-bit data from the original file, thus leading to a larger file size. File Size Table: To replicate the issue: 1) Download the Canon 30D sample raw file from HERE 2) Open it with Affinity Photo 3) Duplicate the layer so that the file has two layers 4) Export it as TIFF RGB 8-bit, Resampling = Bicubic and check 'Save Affinity Layers'. 5) For Photoshop comparison, use LZW main compression and ZIP for layer compression The reason why I think it's retaining some of the 16-bit data from the original file is because if you carry out the following steps, the file size is a lot smaller. Despite it being the same image, in the same 8-bit TIFF format, with the same two layers. 1) Download the Canon 30D sample raw file from HERE 2) Open it with Affinity Photo 3) Change Document > Colour Format > RGB (8-bit) 4) Copy the layer 5) Go to File > New From Clipboard 6) Duplicate the layer in the new file so that the file has two layers 7) Export it as TIFF RGB 8-bit, Resampling = Bicubic and check 'Save Affinity Layers' 8) The file size is now considerably smaller Windows 10 - 14393.693 Affinity Photo - 1.5.1.54
  4. Whilst looking into THIS issue, I also noticed that there seems to be some odd inconsistency depending on whether you convert the document to 8-bit before exporting to 8-bit TIFF, or just export directly to 8-bit TIFF from a 16-bit document. File Size Table: To replicate the issue: 1) Download the Canon 30D sample raw file from HERE 2) Open it with Affinity Photo 3) Duplicate the layer so that the file has two layers 4) Change Document > Colour Format > RGB (8-bit) 5) Export it as TIFF RGB 8-bit, Resampling = Bicubic and check 'Save Affinity Layers' 6) Repeat the above steps again, but this time skip step 4. The file size is different. Windows 10 - 14393.693 Affinity Photo - 1.5.1.54
  5. Whilst looking into THIS issue, I also noticed that when saving layered TIFF files, you sometimes get different file sizes when saving as *.TIF or *.TIFF. Saving as a *.TIF file first, then as a *.TIFF seems to sporadically change something in Affinity Photo that causes an odd inconsistency. File Size Table: To replicate the issue: 1) Download the Canon 30D sample raw file from HERE 2) Open it with Affinity Photo 3) Duplicate the layer so that the file has two layers 4) Export it as TIFF RGB 8-bit, Resampling = Bicubic and check 'Save Affinity Layers'. Change extension to .TIF 5) Export it as TIFF RGB 8-bit, Resampling = Bicubic and check 'Save Affinity Layers'. Keep .TIFF Extension 6) The file sizes vary Really it would be better to make *.TIF the default anyway. The majority of software programs (including Photoshop), scanners, photocopiers, etc. have always defaulted to *.TIF and as such it's by far the most used TIFF file extension. Affinity Photo defaulting to *.TIFF is a royal pain in the neck because in order to keep the file extensions consistent and matching current files, it means changing the extension to TIF every time you save a file. In addition, the Affinity save dialogue box doesn't see the tens of thousands of TIF files already present, as it only displays *.TIFF files. And I know it's only a matter time before someone runs a search or performs a batch operation and misses files because they were in *.tiff format. There appears to be no logical reason for Affinity Photo to use *.TIFF instead of *.TIF, especially without the user being able to change this default. Windows 10 - 14393.693 Affinity Photo - 1.5.1.54
  6. HiHi! First of all, AD is my new favourite thing in the world, ever. I'm buying it, even though it's not quite fit for the purpose of Motion Graphics just yet. I've posted in the forum in case i've missed something but will AD be able to export a layered vector file format for use in AE? I'm desperate for AD to work in the After Effects pipeline without having to do workarounds. (Raster is no good for the Mograph we do at the current agency) Illustrator sucks! :P AD is epic! B)
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