Affinity Photo Macro File
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What is an AFMACRO file?
An AFMACRO file contains a macro created by Serif Affinity Photo, a raster graphic design application. It stores a series of actions a user has performed in Affinity Photo combined to perform a repetitive or complex task, such as applying multiple patterns and masks to an image. Affinity Photo users typically save AFMACRO files to store custom macros they can re-use or share with other users.
Affinity Photo is similar to Adobe Photoshop, providing tools for photographers and other digital artists to edit images. To save time applying edits to an image, you can record repetitive tasks, save them as a macro, then export the macro as an AFMACRO file.
To create an AFMACRO file with Affinity Photo, click the "Record" symbol in the Macro panel, perform your actions, click the "Stop" symbol, then select the "Export" icon. If the Macro panel is not visible, select Window → Macro.
How to open an AFMACRO file
You can open an AFMACRO file with Serif Affinity Photo in Windows and macOS. To import an AFMACRO file in Affinity Photo, click the "Import" icon in the Macro panel. If the Macro panel is not visible, select Window → Macro.