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Different results when use macro in a batch job

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Hello,

I recorded a macro in Affinity photo. When I applied that macro manually ( thats mean open the file, load the macro list and select it ) it works correctly. But when I apply that very same macro in a batch job, I get a wrong incorrect result.

In the batch job, I'm converting a series of raw files to jpeg, I dont know if that's the problem ( see images attached ).

Thanks for your help

 

 

 

IMG_6750_manually.jpg

IMG_6750_batchjob.jpg

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Hi Tapatio,

Welcome to the forums :)

Unfortunately as @owenr has mentioned, our batch development mode is still being tweaked and improved and it's current state can lead to darkened images due to lens corrections and tone curves not being applied.
I'd recommend the aforementioned workaround of developing first and then applying the macro, apologies for the inconvenience this could cause but we are always working to improve the app and our developers are aware of this issue.

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