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John Rostron

Batch processed files are too dark

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This bug has been posted before on both mac and windows. Most postings hsve been from users starting from raw files. I have recently processed a batch of .awr (Sony raw) files and using a macro to resize them. All came out too dark. I then simplified things and processed a batch of .jpg files, simply saving/exporting them (via batch) into a subfolder. All came out too dark. This suggests that the problem is inherent in the batch processing rather than raw processing.

It would seem that other users use batch processing with no problems. The video explaining bach jobs for example.

There seems to have been little response from the Affinity developers. What is going on?

John


Windows 10, Affinity Photo 1.7 and Designer 1.7, (mainly Photo), now ex-Adobe CC

CPU: AMD A6-3670. RAM: 16 GB DDR3 @ 666MHz, Graphics: 2047MB NVIDIA GeForce GT 630

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Hi all

 

The batch along with some other areas of the app currently use a different RAW pipeline to the Develop persona, so much simple adjustments are applied  rather than the more sophisticated ones in develop.

 

The team are aware of this and are looking a bringing this in line with the develop persona in the future

 

thanks 


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1 hour ago, Chris_K said:

Hi all

 

The batch along with some other areas of the app currently use a different RAW pipeline to the Develop persona, so much simple adjustments are applied  rather than the more sophisticated ones in develop.

 

The team are aware of this and are looking a bringing this in line with the develop persona in the future

 

thanks 

That may well be the case, but I still get dark output when starting from .jpg files and exporting as .jpg or .png.

John


Windows 10, Affinity Photo 1.7 and Designer 1.7, (mainly Photo), now ex-Adobe CC

CPU: AMD A6-3670. RAM: 16 GB DDR3 @ 666MHz, Graphics: 2047MB NVIDIA GeForce GT 630

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