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Hi Team,

I am a VFX artist from INDIA where for some creative shots we paint manually using photoshop (clone tool). Where we will be opening the Sequence inside photoshop and clone the area. Here we can choose the source whichever frame we needed and clone it in the current frame which is too good. Is it possible to enroll this feature in Affinity photo? It will make a major difference.                                    

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It's already possible, if I understand what you want.

The function with cloning is called Global Source, and you'll find information in the Photo Help if you search for that term. There's also an Affinity video tutorial that covers it.


-- Walt

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Thank you very much for your reply sir, I had attached a link below of what I required. 

https://youtu.be/tNhAyHKJp-8      (Hindi Language)

1. Opening a sequence (Timeline)

2. Usage of clone source tool ( yes Global Source is good ) In Adobe we have 5 tools where we can save the sources.

3. Rendering a sequence

Waiting for your guidance sir

Thanks! 

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Your video won't be any help to me :)

I suggest you watch the Affinity videos on cloning and healing (Global Cloning, Clone Sources), and read the Affinity Help on Cloning and Healing and also the section on the Sources Panel, which discuss Global Sources. You can find the sections in the Help by searching for Global Source in the Help dialog's search bar.

The Clone Tool and Healing Brush Tool can use Global Sources.


-- Walt

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Affinity Photo 1.7.2.471 and 1.7.2.464 Beta   / Affinity Designer 1.7.2.471 and 1.7.2.4464 Beta  / Affinity Publisher 1.7.2.471 and 1.7.3.475 Beta

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Hi sir,

I saw the video of global cloning in clone sources. But my question is not only depend upon global cloning. 

I just shared the link above to help me out of what I am expecting. To know is it possible to do those work. If so how can we do it. 

Thanks!

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2 hours ago, manojpc said:

I just shared the link above to help me out of what I am expecting. To know is it possible to do those work. If so how can we do it. 

Sorry, but as I do not know Hindi, and am not an expert in Photoshop, I cannot make any use of your video. So unless you can express the questions in English, I can't help. Perhaps someone else will be able to.

All you asked about in your first post in this topic was cloning from one image to another, and yes, you can do that, using global cloning.

If you have additional functions that you need, I think it would be helpful if you would describe them not merely show a video. Or, you might view the other Affinity video tutorials, or read in the Affinity Help. By the way, the Help is also available online, if you don't own Affinity Photo yet. Or you can get a free trial of Photo and see what you can do with it.


-- Walt

Windows 10 Home, version 1903 (18362.239), 16GB memory, Intel Core i7-6700K @ 4.00Gz, GeForce GTX 970
Affinity Photo 1.7.2.471 and 1.7.2.464 Beta   / Affinity Designer 1.7.2.471 and 1.7.2.4464 Beta  / Affinity Publisher 1.7.2.471 and 1.7.3.475 Beta

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