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The export fails only with preset X-4, all other presets are working. A good indicator for a failing export is, when calculating Estimated File Size is never coming to an end.

There is nothing spectacular about this linked / embedded PSD. CMYK, 300 dpi, 2166x2164px, placed DPI is 1460, only one layer, no effects, transparent background. There is a photoshop path inside and a vector mask. When I delete the Photoshop path export still fails. When I delete the vector mask export is working. Interesting here is the fact, that even when the vector mask is deactivated, APu still uses this mask. PSD is attached.


Windows 10 | i5-8500 CPU | Intel UHD 630 Graphics | 8 GB RAM | Latest Retail and Beta versions of complete Affinity range installed

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We have made fixes/improvements to this area (Error message relating to ICC profile exporting a file to PDF X4) of the program in the latest release.

We would appreciate you checking that this issue has now been resolved for you.

Patrick Connor
Serif Europe Ltd

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