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Hi, 

 

I was editing some images on the iPad yesterday. I'm trying to force myself to use the iPad more for photo editing because I'm tired of doing a quick iPad photo edit, then have to recreate a similar but more detailed edit on the desktop... double the work. 

I've grown increasingly more trusting of the Photo app in general. I've had some "serious edits" done solely in Photo on the iPad... printed large and was happy with the results and accuracy.

 

So, back to my question... I was editing about a dozen images yesterday in Photo on the iPad. They were all RAW images, shot with nearly the same settings of basically the same subject matter. I found myself doing pretty much exactly the same preliminary RAW edit on all of them. 

 

Is there a way that I can somehow save RAW edit settings, and them batch apply them to multiple RAW images on the iPad? I'm guessing not, but I thought I'd ask.

If not for RAW, is that possible for JPG sources?

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Is it likely to in the future?


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On 3/14/2018 at 9:47 AM, MEB said:

Hi skiphunt,

No. This is not possible neither for RAW nor for processed images (JPG, TIFF etc). Affinity Photo for iPad doesn't support batch processing.

Why do I have a batch processing under the "+" option?  It falls with new document, new from clipboard, open from cloud, new stack, new focus merge, etc, etc, AND... "New Batch Job" 

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7 hours ago, placebo said:

Why do I have a batch processing under the "+" option?

You can 'batch process' files but as explained above raw only works with the apps default 'develop'. You cannot configure adjustment settings within batch. 🙂


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On 2/19/2020 at 2:12 PM, DM1 said:

You can 'batch process' files but as explained above raw only works with the apps default 'develop'. You cannot configure adjustment settings within batch. 🙂

I'm not sure I recall my exact point at the time... but I don't believe I was referring to configuring any adjustments.  I believe I was only trying to understand where to go... mentioning where "new batch job" appeared for me when trying to work with RAW files.  

Anyway....I never mentioned my own reason for looking at this string, but I was simply looking for a way to automatically add a white border upon output (batching) to a series of photos already edited. 

.... at any rate - I found a solution on YouTube within LightRoom mobile.  You're able to edit ONE photo, and basically copy and paste all of your adjustments (edits) to the series of photos you want to batch.  The process applies all those adjustments to those additional photos.

 

 

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5 hours ago, placebo said:

You're able to edit ONE photo, and basically copy and paste all of your adjustments (edits) to the series of photos you want to batch.  The process applies all those adjustments to those additional photos.

That sounds handy. If Lightroom can accomplish this in iOS with sandbox restrictions them maybe devs can add  similar feature to AP. 🙂


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