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How to Batch Process Multiple Photos using Affinity Photo

Published on Jul 31, 2018

With any photoshoot, chances are you will shoot quite a few photos in one sitting. While some don't always turn out the way you'd hoped, those that do will likely need some editing.

What if there was a way to do things in batches and save a load of time in the process?

With Affinity Photo, batch jobs are built in. With Batch Jobs, you can do things like apply predefined macros, resize many photos at once, save each source file as different file types and much more.

This video is a guide at using Batch Job processing in Affinity Photo. Follow along to learn how to enhance your own photo editing workflow tenfold.

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