You can use the default preview size or change it to your preference. When you are on the move with catalogs and are browsing your images offline, you can choose to have a large preview to see more detail. When home with the files online you can change to a small preview for convenience and speed.
OpenCL enabled processing
Tap into the vast computing power in your graphics processor and CPU and use it to accelerate your processing tasks. The new OpenCL processing support will let you experience incredible speed when outputting images from Capture One Pro 7. Images are processed faster than ever before – allowing professional photographers to deliver work even faster to their clients.
With manual sorting you can get the flow of our image presentation just right. Quickly drag-and-drop the images into the order you desire, and use the order in your slideshow or print layout. Capture One Pro 7 remembers the order if you switch to sort by date or name.
Using behavior prediction in the background, Capture One Pro 7 is able to predict which images you would like to see next and pre-caches them. Quickly switch between two images in full resolution without spending time on loading.
Process to additional formats
You can now process to several additional file formats. Besides JPEG, TIFF, Capture One Pro 7 offers processing to JPEG XR or JPEG 2000 files with higher or lossless compression, to PNG files, to one-layer PSD files or to calibrated DNG files.
Building on the flexible workflow of Media Pro, Capture One Pro 7 enable you to easily tag images with keywords and metadata by dragging and dropping one or more images onto the keyword.
Quickly flip your image horizontally or vertically to align perfectly with that magazine layout, overlay or flow of your next photo book.
Save an ICC profile as default per camera
For the photographer with a keen eye for colors hunting for that special look, Capture One Pro 7 allows the user to create custom ICC settings that are used as default for a camera. Once you have decided on your preferred look or color calibration of your camera, having a default setting per camera means not having to choose it, or more importantly remembering to choose it when using different cameras. This gives great convenience and can save you time on set and in post production.
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