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Batch Processing Folders with Sub-Folders

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You must select specific files to open for your batch job. You can't tell Photo to process an entire folder.

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Oh, i was afraid of that answer. Sorry, but this is not really a batch processing. 
Then i have to go with an extra app again and again and again... Affinity have so much funny features, but so much is missing that i already had 20 years ago with free software.

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I was very pleasantly surprised that affinity photo offers batch processing. However, I regret that you have to select the individual files as sources. My suggestion would be that you can select a directory as the source for batch processing and then all the image files in it with all the subdirectories are processed. 
Batch processing without selecting a directory with subdirectories is like a motorised car with the accelerator on the bumper.

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