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Whenever I try to open a RAW file (ORF) from my Olympus camera ( OMD E-M1 II ) Affinity Photo crashes. Independent from the place I try to open the file, iCloud or direct from a folder on the iPad. Sometimes it will open in the  develop persona but it crashes when I try to modify a value. (brightness, contrast or sharpness e.g.)

iPad and Affinity Photo are on the latest version, iPad is 6.Gen. 

1912_Bodeeichen_0139.ORF

24" iMAC Apple M1 chip, iPad 8, MACOS Ventura & iPadOS 16.1.1, Affinity V2-Universallizenz 

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I downloaded your photo and try to open file using Shortcut, Open in Affinity Photo.  Immediate crash.

Cecil 

iMac Retina 5K, 27”, 2019. 3.6 GHz Intel Core 9, 40 GB Memory DDR4, Radeon Pro 580X 8 GB, macOS,iPad Pro iPadOS

 

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