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Copy And Paste RAW Adjustments To Multiple RAW Files And Option To Export All At Once. (Useful for timelapse and other workflows)


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Hello. I would like to propose a feature that would allow the user to copy and paste raw adjustments to multuiple RAW files from develop persona. I believe currently this is not possible. This feature will make the applying adjustments much faster and easier for many kinds of workflow including timelapse.
And additionally an option to export multiple selected RAW images at once. This two features will be a game changer for affinity as a whole.

I believe this could be a great direction for the software. This could increase the interest of lot of people considering RAW editing is now considered a standard for most. I hope affinity will place this higher in the priority if possible.

Thanks.

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  • 8 months later...

APhoto really needs this feature! Most of the time, I want to export 3 or more files of the same image, made at different exposures,

with everything else remaining the same, so that I have the ability to do "Fusion" or HDR, in different software.

Capture One and ON1 do this easily.

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Seriously, this is not possible?  I was trying to do that just now, and hunting around for the Copy/Paste of adjustments which I assumed was possible. So I went to Google and found this thread.

If I can't copy raw adjustments from one image to a bunch of others, AP Develop Persona is of little use to me.  I was all excited about the new non-destructive raw editing but it looks like this is over before it even started.

What a bummer! 

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10 minutes ago, jimh12345 said:

If I can't copy raw adjustments from one image to a bunch of others, AP Develop Persona is of little use to me.  I was all excited about the new non-destructive raw editing but it looks like this is over before it even started.

This approach using macros may be useful to you: 

 

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