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XMP editing file for Photo development. Urgent!


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XMP (Extreme Memory Profiles) is a must for professional RAW editing in Affinity Photo! Urgent!

....Every time we need to RE-develop the same photo we need to do it all over again???!

This is not professional at all!

The Editing profile file should be placed in the same folder as the original RAW, every time we develop a photo.

We should even have an option (like in photoshop) to only save the XMP without develop it. ...for later, without losing time. Because, by the way, Affinity photo is slow in this process compared to photoshop camera raw editor.

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