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I just downloaded the Affinity Photo trial and so far like what I see, but there is one little problem I encountered after installing the Nik plugins.  I am still using the Google Nik version and have not upgraded to the DXO version (in case that may be a factor in the problem).  All the plugins work well except for Viveza 2.  When I go to that from Affinity Photo, there is a bad color shift in the image to the point that the plugin is not useful.  Is there a way to correct that or is it because I am using the old Google Nik set and would have to upgrade to the DXO version, which I am not planning to do at this time.  Any input would be appreciated.

Thanks.

Jim Lawrence

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You don't mention what Operating System you are using.

This is on Windows and Mac

Known issues:
- colours corrupted/shifted in filter's preview (both with 8 and 16bit images) except at 100% zoom. The Navigator panel also displays corrupted/shifted colours.
- images in portrait orientation display in landscape orientation in the filter's preview window. The output is in the correct orientation (portrait).
- no preference to apply the filtered effect to a separate layer

http://www.miguelboto.com/affinity/photo/plugins-support/


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For the old (Google) Nik Viveza2, I find that it will sometimes, but not always, behave itself if you rasterise the image first (Layer > Rssterise).

John


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

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