06 Aug Affinity Photo 1.10 released, featuring significant performance gains across the board

Source: DP Review

Serif has announced the 1.10 update to its creative suite of applications, including Affinity Photo, Affinity Designer and Affinity Publisher. The update promises’ superpowered performance’ thanks to a major re-engineering of the software’s underlying architecture.

Affinity Photo is a photo editing application available for macOS, Windows and iPadOS. The app offers many high-end features, including RAW editing, HDR merge, panorama stitching, focus stacking, batch processing, .PSD file editing, 360° image editing, a non-destructive layers-based workflow, smart object support and much more. Thanks to the new update, Affinity Photo and other Affinity apps are ‘smoother,’ ‘faster,’ and include substantial speed increases.

Serif calls Affinity 1.10 its biggest performance update ever and that because the improvements are being made to the core codebase, all users will benefit. The major optimizations include memory management in Affinity Publisher, the rendering engine in Affinity Designer and layer efficiency in Affinity Photo.

Serif has published patch notes for macOS and Windows that go into further detail. On both platforms, Affinity Photo version 1.10.0 includes:

Improved GPU rendering Improved Serif Labs RAW engine Improved IME text editing for Japanese and simplified Chinese languages Improved lens corrections for Canon, Tamron and Sigma lenses Improved PDF import/export Improved astrophotography editing thanks to the ability to edit stacked image names and the option to stack images for different filters simultaneously. Further, X-Trans sensor support has been added. Improved performance with panorama stitching, defringing, adjustment layers, heavily layered documents, converting ICC profiles and more Raw

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