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I have searched to see if this topic has been addressed but I find nothing. So I read in manual, p. 376, that to edit a 360 image I should do the following: “With an equirectangular image layer selected, from the Layer menu, choose Live Projection>Equirectangular Projection.” The only place I find option to display my image in true 360 format is under the Commands menu in “Projections.” Where is the “Layer menu” referenced above?

 

Clearly I am brand new to Affinity. Affinity Photo for iPad is my first experience with this product.

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I realize now that the manual I’m looking at is for the desktop version and not the iPad version. However,

 

I’m still in need of help to figure out proper steps to edit an equirectangular image projected in 360 format in iPad version and export/save it, yet maintain the proper 360 structure so I can share it.

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Hi Bill Booz and Welcome to the Forums,

 

You've found the correct place to get the Projection active (Commands>projections) , once it's active you can then just use the normal tools to edit it.  When you export the image, you'd be exporting it as a flat image and then would need another program/web app (Facebook does a good job, you upload the flat image and they do the projection side of things and make it a 360 movable image).

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