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Unfortunately, APhoto does not support non-destructive processing of RAW files.

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15 hours ago, Pšenda said:

Unfortunately, APhoto does not support non-destructive processing of RAW files.

But not is a destructive processing, only save the adjustments of the processing (exposure, brightness, curves, saturation, etc.) in the .xmp file. You can import de .xmp file to the new raw and inmediatly have de past adjusments without do nothing in the new raw file

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7 hours ago, Victor C said:

But not is a destructive processing,

The current way of processing RAW files in APhoto is "destructive", because it does not allow repeating part of the development process with the appropriate parameters modified. It always requires repeating the whole process of develop a RAW file, and this is called "destructive".

7 hours ago, Victor C said:

only save the adjustments of the processing (exposure, brightness, curves, saturation, etc.) in the .xmp file. You can import de .xmp file to the new raw and inmediatly have de past adjusments without do nothing in the new raw file

This method of develop RAW files is called "non-destructive", because a certain part of the process can be repeated at any time, and the parameters can be freely modified - or applied to another file. And as I write in my previous post, APhoto can't do this.

23 hours ago, Pšenda said:

Unfortunately, APhoto does not support non-destructive processing of RAW files.

 

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On 2/27/2021 at 1:53 AM, Pšenda said:

The current way of processing RAW files in APhoto is "destructive", because it does not allow repeating part of the development process with the appropriate parameters modified. It always requires repeating the whole process of develop a RAW file, and this is called "destructive".

This method of develop RAW files is called "non-destructive", because a certain part of the process can be repeated at any time, and the parameters can be freely modified - or applied to another file. And as I write in my previous post, APhoto can't do this.

 

I wasn't know that, now I'm understand. Hope in future updates AP do the thing better than now and put these functions

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