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Creating a Phase One Profile
Problem
I want to create a Phase One Profile so I can Activate, Register my Products, and/or contact Support. You must have a profile to activate your software, contact support and register your products.
Solution
Creating a Profile Use the following step by step procedure to create your own profile with Phase One. 1. Go to WWW.PHASEONE.COM 2. Click on "My Pages" in the top right corner. 3. Click on "New Profile". 4. Provide the required information and choose "Save and Continue". ...
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Leaf Technical Notes
Problem
Where do I find Leaf Technical Notes?
Solution
Leaf Image Profiles (PDF) Lens Calibration Guide for Aptus-II 10 (PDF) Formatting a CF card for Leaf backs on Mac OS 10.6.X (PDF) Creating Lens Calibration Files in the Field (PDF) Loading Custom Image Settings (PDF) Cast Effects in Wide Angle Photography (PDF) How to adjust multip...
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Creating a Support Case
Problem
I have created a profile and activated it with my pincode. Now what should I do to create a support case?
Solution
1. Select the Support tab from the top menu to be brought to the Support site. 2. Select Contact Technical Support from the options. 3. This will take you to the Login page, as shown below. Simply fill in the details of your email address and your password which you created with your profile. ...
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IPTC Information Editor on Mac
Problem
How can I add IPTC information to my images in Capture One?
Solution
IPTC Editor The IPTC Editor is accessed from the Image menu. IPTC information is a kind of meta data that can be added to your files. The fields are available for the capture files and in processed files, where it is transferred to when the image is processed. Use the button to create...
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Leaf Capture Documentation: Leaf Release Notes
Problem
Where do I find the Leaf Release Notes?
Solution
Leaf Capture (v.11.3.5) (PDF) Leaf Capture (v.11.3) (PDF) Leaf Capture (v.11.2.9) (PDF) Leaf Capture (v.11.2.8) (PDF) Leaf Capture (v.11.2.7) (PDF) Leaf Capture (v.11.2.4) (PDF) Leaf Capture (v.11.1 for Windows) (PDF) Leaf Capture 8 (v. 8.4.6) (PDF) Leaf RAW Converter 1.2.2 (P...
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Leaf Capture Documentation: Leaf Installation Guides
Problem
Where do I find the Leaf Installation Guides?
Solution
Leaf Aptus Installation Guide (PDF) Leaf Capture Installation Guide (PDF)
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RAW file support in Capture One 5.2.1
Problem
Which camera RAW files are supported in Capture One? Which cameras can be tethered to Capture One?
Solution
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 5.2.1 DB supports RAW files from the following digital backs/cameras: Phase One: P 65+, P 40+, P 45+, P 30+, P 21+...
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Corrupted RAW files from a Phase One camera back
Problem
After tethered shooting the images will launch but not appear in Capture One. This can also happen after copying the RAW files to an external harddrive. After copying the RAW files back to the internal HD the images will launch but not appear in Capture One.
Solution
What happens is that the tiff structure is damaged in the RAW file. This can happen due to a fragmented harddrive or can happen on an external harddrive that is not storing the imagedata correctly. This can also happen on a CF-card that contains bad segments. This is why we always recommend to only ...
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Leaf Digital Camera Back: Rotating the Image VS Rotating the Menu Icons
Problem
How do I Rotat the Image VS Rotating the Menu Icons?
Solution
Did you know that the Leaf back can automatically detect when you move from landscape to portrait? In the Leaf Aptus, Aptus S and AFi, there is a sensor, which is responsible for the Auto Orientation functions of the back. The sensor can tell when you shoot in landscape or portrait mode and can be...
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Tethered shooting in Capture One
Problem
What is tethered shooting and can I use it?
Solution
Tethered shooting is the term used in Capture One context for describing the situation where your camera is capturing images directly into a computer without the need for a memory card to transfer the data. The camera is typically connected to the computer using a firewire or a usb cable. The majo...
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