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Sharpening on Mac
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What do I need to do to optimize the focus on my images?
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Sharpening When working with the Focus Tool, you need to adjust the Amount and Threshold sliders. Tip The Amount is typically set around 100 for ink jet, 150 -250 for offset printing. Threshold is used to define how many of the surrounding pixels are affected.Typically a noisy image will have ...
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Reusing White Balance settings on Mac
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How can I store and reuse a White Balance setting that I am satisfied with?
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Reusing White Balance settings Tip To avoid re-doing the same white balance settings for every new image, Capture One allows you to store your own white balance settings and reuse them on other images. Here's how you do it: 1. Adjust the white balance settings to your liking. 2. Click the Sa...
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Optimizing White Balance on Mac
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How do I make sure that I get a good White Balance in my images?
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Optimizing White Balance Tip If your image does not contain a satisfactory gray area, you should shoot the image again and include a QP or MacBeth card in the scene. Alternatively, use the If selected display on the white balance tool. While moving the eye dropper around the image, the left wi...
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Undo Rotations on Mac
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Are there any shortcuts to undoing rotations of images that I am unhappy with?
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Undoing Rotations If you are unhappy with the rotations you have performed on an image, then simply insert a value of 0 in the Rotation Tool's free text area and the image returns to its original orientation. More can read about rotation in the section, "Cropping and Rotation".
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RAW file support in Capture One 4.8.3
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Which camera RAW files are supported in Capture One? Which cameras can be tethered to Capture One?
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You can find specific information on which cameras are supported in your installed release of Capture One in the release note that comes with the installation files. Capture One 4.8.3 DB supports RAW files from the following digital backs/cameras: PhaseOne: P 65+, P 45+, P 40+, P 30+, P 25+,...
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Capture One 6: Out of memory on Windows 32bit OS (XP, Vista, 7)
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The system reports out of memory and needs to be restarted
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Due to the increased demand in system memory Capture One requires for advanced tasks and handling ever bigger files, the 32bit OS has certain limitations under its default configuration. Ultimately the best solution is to upgrade the OS to 64bit. A workaround for users who do not have this opti...
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LCC: Calibrating fixed lenses in Capture One 6
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How do I calibrate a fixed lens if I am experiencing problems with lens cast?
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Perform a Lens Cast Calibration Lens cast is a result of the CCD being exposed to light from a very sharp angle and will typically occur as a green cast in one corner of the image, stretching into a magenta cast in the opposite corner. Files in Capture One 6 can also correct for fall off and dust...
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Troubleshooting: Windows are missing, menus are greyed out on Mac
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What can I do if Capture One has greyed out menus and missing Windows?
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Windows are missing, menus are greyed out Tip If you experience strange behavior in Capture One such as greyed out menus, missing windows and curves, or if you are using multiple camera backs and they seem to pick up each other's calibration files: delete your cache and preference files. 1. Na...
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Capture One for Windows: Installation
Problem
How do I install Capture One PRO and other editions of the software?
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How to Install Capture One Software Capture One software includes an easy-to-use installer that will install all the software you need to run the application on a Windows based computer. To install the software follow the procedure below: 1. Either load the Capture One CD into the CD drive, or...
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System Requirements for Capture One 3.7.10 on Windows and 3.7.9 for Mac
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What are the system requirements for Capture One on Windows and Mac?
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Phase One recommends the following minimum hardware setup for Windows: • Pentium III minimum. Pentium 4 preferred. • 512 MB of RAM minimum. 1GB or more preferred. • Operating system: Windows 2000/XP • At least 2 GB of free disk space • Ports: FireWire or USB, depending on the camera used. ...
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