Sorry, but the workbooks are available only in phyical form, not PDF or any other ebook format. And Serif have previously said they have no plans for electronic versions. Desktop: new: Windows 11 Home, version 21H2 Affinity Photo 1. I somewhat understand Affinity’s position assuming their reason for not doing a PDF version is because of piracy concerns but PDF can be locked down by a publisher, can’t it. Maybe there just isn’t enough demand for a PDF version.
The only way I know to ‘lock down’ a PDF is with a password but pirates could post them on the web so that would not be very effective. Of course a determined software pirate has many ways to do his unscrupulous deeds but massive copyrighted, proprietary photography ebooks are sold online everyday, aren’t they? That’s why I just came to the conclusion that there was little demand. Yes, pdf permissions passwords can be removed in less than 1 second.
It takes strong pdf open passwords to secure a pdf. The passwords to open the pdf would need to be communicated to the end user and likely would be passed along as well. However, your second paragraph is a bogus issue.
PagePlus, which did the first two workbooks I really hope Serif is attempting to use APub for its workbook can also as easily produce a screen version and it wouldn’t be a big pdf.
Even so, it should then be ran through Acrobat to optimize it. I cannot imagine either workbook would be larger than 5 megs. And speaking of Acrobat, the same thing can be done to the very pfds used to print the workbook, including cropping the pages.
Mike, have you seen a copy of the Photo workbook? What would be the point of making a PDF or e-Book version that did not include the same high resolution versions of the book’s example images that could be enlarged on screen or printed to show the same level of detail? Low resolution pdfs are used for manuals all the time. They, the images, print OK.
It’s more about having the instructions on-screen when following along. Want it to look pretty too? Buy the book or A version with dpi images, which would print well on consumer printers, wouldn’t weigh in above 10 megs or so. Well those are first of all workbooks, so books for learning how to use the software and thus are not meant to be highres gallerie fine art photo prints in their own rights, which BTW then would have almost bigger dimensional paper sizes. And of course you can show for such sort of books enough details in PDF and epub formats too.
The Affinity workbooks are not product manuals. They do include a brief introductory section that covers the basics but their primary focus is on teaching users how to use the software to achieve specific end results via a series of ‘learn by doing’ projects, with much of the projects’ content presented in high resolution printed images.
This is so users can compare the book’s images side-by-side to what they see on screen or to their own printed out versions, which among other things provides a standard for comparison that is constant regardless of their monitor or printer characteristics. Manuals, workbook, teaching aide, whatever. What I called the workbooks isn’t important. But thanks for your attempt to obfuscate. Screen resolution is sufficient to compare on-screen.
But I did mention they could as well be dpi, eh? I would also argue that for this purpose, the text instructions are paramount. But you’ll likely argue with that, too. This is all moot anyway. Serif has stated they ain’t gonna release electronic versions No, I have not seen a physical book so have not dealt with any of the project files.
I am not the target market person. I have looked at the sample pages in both present workbooks. I see absolutely nothing about those preview pages that preclude using them in pdf or eBook format. We believe in one service that takes care of everything, provides for the whole family and removes the hassle of multiple passwords and payments. It makes us feel joy, sadness, excitement and laughter. It helps us relax and recharge. It is important that we feel free to spend our free time however we want, and feel no shame in kicking back and watching a movie or levelling up on our favorite game.
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