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Hello,

I am new to Affinity Photo on the IPad, but i am very satisfied with the functionality.

I Have one Problem. When I try to load an Raw Image from my Fujifilm XT3 Affinity Photo says Loading and then crashes.

Apples Raw Converter should work with uncompressed RAF Files.

Is there a solution for this Problem?

My IPad is a Pro 10.5 with IOS 12

 

Thanks

Tom

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Hi TomBis296,

Welcome to the forums :)

Thanks for your report, I've been able to replicate this bug and I'll log it with our developers now. Hopefully this will be fixed shortly, many thanks.

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Hi Chironex :)

The thread you have posted in is related to the iPad build of Affinity, not the desktop. This is relevant as the iOS version supports Fuji X-T3 files (ignoring the currently known bug) however the Windows version of Affinity Photo doesn't currently officially support the Fuji X-T3 and this is likely why your RAW files are taking much longer to open.

Our latest beta (version 1.7) has a new and improved RAW engine that supports your RAW files and I'm certain you should see speed improvements here. You can download this from the following link and is designed to be run alongside your retail version (1.6) so you don't need to uninstall anything! I hope this helps.

 

 

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