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Hi,

currently, rasterize & trim only affects the active layer.

In case of multiple pixel layers are selected, R&T should affect all selected pixel layers and raster them individually.

I need this for night sky stacking of the moon. A time lapse of 100 images, stacked and aligned, must be R&T before export, as the export persona ignores crop, and would export the images without the alignment (rotation & scaling of layers).

Even with a macro, R&T will take 100 clicks for 100 layers.

 

Thank you in advance.

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  • 3 weeks later...

Another good use case where rasterise many layers is when I export web pages as pdfs.

Those PDF's opened in Affinity Designer used in Publisher does render a lot or "too low dpi-warnings" due to Web developers use of  small image objects to create a look.

The solution is to select all images and rasterise them so they become the correct content with enough with pixels. Though now I have to do it over and over again, layer for layer – very tedious!!!

Marking layers with color helps finding them but the rasterise function should be available for multiple selections.

BR Jim

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Yes please.

Absolutely needed to work efficiently with stacks and exported Slices. The current way is utterly tedious and time consuming.

cheers
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