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Hi,

 

I need to export a lot of TIFF files to Jegs (Aff. Photo).

Since I cannot record a macro with the "export" or "save as" .-( feature, is there an alternative to speed up my work that I´m not aware of?

Thank you very much.

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Hey Guys

 

Is there no way to batch a folder (including sub folders) and output at multiple sizes to multiple output folders?

It's a feature I use often and it's a bit of a drag to batch each folder one at a time.

Thanks

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5 hours ago, PaulW61 said:

The batch export to JPG results in overly dark photos

Sounds like you're trying to batch process raw files. The OP was talking about batch processing TIFF files.

Batch processing does not use the same Develop processing as manually opening the files, so you probably to add a macro to brighten the images.


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I am using the New Batch Job function on the Ipad version, and it makes no sense. You can either choose a source material for images to be moved/converted -- at which point you hit a brick wall with nowhere further to go. Or you can choose an output folder where you want it all to go -- at which point, brick wall, nowhere further to go. Not sure what possible utility there is for this. 

 

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On 12/4/2019 at 2:56 PM, CLC said:

@SlavaUX It is available only in Affinity Photo.

It could definitely be on Affinity Designer as well.... +1 for this !

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1 hour ago, X-Raym said:

It could definitely be on Affinity Designer as well.... +1 for this !

To have the same Batch Job functionality as in AP, I think AD would also have to support macros.


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@R C-R so there is batch tools/macros in Affinity Photo that can't be found in Affinity Designer... Is there such things in Affinity Publisher as well ? (batch processing tools missing from the other softwares ?)

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3 minutes ago, X-Raym said:

@R C-R so there is batch tools/macros in Affinity Photo that can't be found in Affinity Designer... Is there such things in Affinity Publisher as well ? (batch processing tools missing from the other softwares ?)

There are no batch processing options in APub but its Photo Persona (available if you also have Affinity Photo installed) does support macros (has a Library & a Macro panel).


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