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Hello,
 
I have photos of a panoramic camera and would like to break it down into individual pictures. Can I do that with Affinity Photo? We have a drone that takes these shots to control roofs for leaks.
Axamles are attached.

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Hi Roland Dicke :)

Unfortunately there's no way to 'break apart' a panorama in Affinity, you could select and cut areas of the image and create new documents from these, then export them to JPEG but there is no automated system for this. My apologies!

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Ok... how can I get to the parts to copy them out... that could help...

Thanks for your quick help ... I'm trying to convince  our real estate department of the local government that AP is their product to buy for their work ;-) 

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If you open the image in Affinity, then use the rectangular marquee tool you can select a portion of the image and use CTRL/CMD + C to copy this to clipboard. Then use File>New from clipboard, this will create a new file using only the section previously copied and this can be exported as a new image file. Please see my quick video below showing this -

I'm glad to hear it! :D

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If you open the image in Affinity, then use the Export persona and Slices, use the rectangular select slices tool you can select multiple portions of the image as slices and then export those as a buch of image files in different file formats all at once!

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