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Affinity adds support for 50 new cameras and 32-bit HDR

Affinity developer Serif has today rolled out version 2.4 of its creative suite–Affinity Photo, vector graphic design software Affinity Designer and page layout software Affinity Publisher–for Mac, Windows, and iPad.

Models from Sony, Panasonic and Nikon are among the new additions to the list of supported hardware, including: Panasonic-G9 mk2, GH6; Sony-A7C 2, A7CR A7R, A9 III; and Nikon-Z8, Z30, Zf. Photographers using RAW will also notice best-ever performance from the SerifLabs RAW processing engine, as well as a host of other time-saving tweaks and additions, according to the folks at Serif.

They add that he addition of 32-bit HDR PNG 3rd Edition to existing True HDR support for Mac and Windows, means Affinity Photo meets all the key requirements for high dynamic range on-screen graphics – a measure implemented following consultation with leading sports broadcasters in North America. It also enables users to export images for HDR display in Google Chrome, with other browsers expected to follow.

What’s more, Affinity Designer now supports both DWG and DXF export. This means outlines created in Affinity can now be easily exported for use in various CAD applications. And the States Panel addition to Affinity Designer and Affinity Publisher is useful for managing different variations of a project or campaign because it eliminates the time-consuming need to toggle layer visibility individually when switching between artboards in Designer or spreads in Publisher.

Affinity Photo, Affinity Designer and Affinity Publisher are available now as individual purchases or all together under the Affinity Universal Licence. There’s no ongoing subscription. For more information go to 2.4 is free to download for existing users. 

Article provided with permission from AppleWorld.Today
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