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Affinity photo / Mac M1 / BigSur / Inpainting Brush / Macro / Batch


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Hi,

 

Just bought/installed Affinity Photo for its possibility to use "Inpainting Brush" as a macro and batch but I cannot get it to work on Mac Mini M1.

I have 3000 photos series (timelapse with light changing and clouds moving on the background) but unfortunately with some dust clearly visible ,,, fortunately not moving. 

I can register the Inpainting brush actions in a macro. The actions themselves seem to do what I want on my reference photo.

The problem is when I re-use the macro manually or in batch, it is like nothing happen (while the macro is executed according to the history)  even when I try to re-apply the macro on the reference photo I built the macro on!

What am I missing?

Thanks for your support 

Edited by kamelie1706
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Show the macro expanded, you can do this by right-clicking the macro in the library and selecting edit. It should display in the macro panel.

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