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Images too dark after having been converted in batch mode

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Hi there,

I've converted some images from Olympus Raw (orf) to png format by batch processing (File - New Batch Processing). Unfortunately the brightness of the png images is reduced a lot compared to the original ones. How can I fix this?

Best regards - Ulrich 

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8 hours ago, Sempervivum said:

compared to the original

You mean thumbnail in a RAW file created by the camera, or Image developed in Develop Persona in APhoto?


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6 hours ago, Sempervivum said:

Thus it seems to be a bug in Affinity Photo.

Or, it's a feature that needs to be improved :)

As a user you could supply a macro that would provide a brightness or lightness adjustment, and invoke that as part of the batch processing.


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