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Suppenterrine

Beschneidungspfad anlegen und exportieren

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Hallo,

ich suche eine Möglichkeit um in Affinity Photo einen Beschneidungspfad im JPG Format zu exportieren.

Ich habe einen Auftrag bekommen in dem die Bilder mit einem Pfad zum Ausschneiden versehen werden sollen (Siehe Bild). Dieser Pfad

soll dann mit exportiert werden. Es gibt diese Funktion wohl in Photoshop.

Ich würde mich über eine Antwort freuen ob es möglich ist diesen Vorgang in AP ebenso zu lösen.

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Hi Suppenterrine,

Welcome to Affinity Forums :)

1. First you have to create two paths with the Pen Tool - one for the outer outline and another for the hole outline.

2. With both paths selected go to menu Layer ▸ Geometry ▸ Combine to turn them into a single path

3. Drag the image layer over the path layer (not over its thumbnail, but over the area on the right) in the Layers panel to clip the image. The background should now appear transparent.

4. Go to menu File ▸ Export, select JPG, click the More button in the Export dialog and tick Convert clips to paths. Close the More dialog and export the file.

 

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32 minutes ago, MEB said:

4. Go to menu File ▸ Export, select JPG, click the More button in the Export dialog and tick Convert clips to paths. Close that dialog and export the file.

Hi MEB,

soweit hat alles gut funktioniert.

Wenn man aber das exportierte JPG in Affinity öffnet, wird kein Pfad angezeigt. Laut Anforderungen soll der Pfad, mit gespeichert werden.

Wahrscheinlich um spätere Korrekturen durchzuführen.

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Hi Suppenterrine,

My bad. Here's the corrected instructions. Please accept my apologies for the mistake.

1. First you have to create two paths with the Pen Tool - one for the outer outline and another for the hole outline.

2. With both paths selected go to menu Layer ▸ Geometry ▸ Combine to turn them into a single path. Give it a fill colour (any colour will do) so you can still see the image when you use this path as as mask in the next step.

3. Drag the path layer over the thumbnail of the image layer until a small vertical line appears on the right of the thumbnail. The background should now appear transparent.

4. Go to menu File ▸ Export, select JPG, click the More button in the Export dialog and tick Convert clips to paths. Close the More dialog and export the file.

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