I recently updated to snapseed 2.0 and with the Sony RX100 having wifi, I can send a picture from the camera to the phone and edit with snapseed.
But I have found a problem with this workflow, and actual editing is fine, its when you go to save.
It will starts to save but at about 75% it just hangs, and hangs.
The problem seems to be that snapseed doesn't like working with files that are bigger than 5000 px.
There is a lot of comments about this on the google help page, and the general census is that you have to reduce the pixel size to down below 4000 to get snapseed to save an edited file.
Has anyone else come across this problem.
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