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RGB color Read-out on Mac
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How can I run a quick check on the RGB status of any given image?
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RGB color Read-out Tip If you want an inline RGB color read-out, select the Picker Cursor Tool then click on the preview image while holding down the CTRL button on the keyboard. A dialog box Show Color Readout will be displayed, click on this to select the color read out. The color readou...
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Uninstalling Capture One Software from Windows
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How do uninstall my application from my Windows-based computer?
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Uninstalling Capture One software from Windows To uninstall the application, double click on the uninstall application UNWISE.EXE and follow the onscreen dialog. Note The uninstall application is located inside the Capture One application folder. Which is normally located C:\Program Files\...
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RAW file support in Capture One 6.4.5
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Which camera RAW files are supported in Capture One 6.4.5? Which cameras can be tethered to Capture One 6.4.5?
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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. You can also locate all release notes under the Download itself at http://www.phaseone.com/en/Downloads in the Documentation section. ...
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Getting Started: Importing images on Windows
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I have captured images onto a CF card, how do I import these images into Capture One?
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Importing Images Using Phase One Media Reader ( Windows LE, PRO only ) Image files can be imported with or without the Phase One Media Reader . This feature can be set to launch automatically upon inserting a CF card into a card reader. The location and naming for files can be set in this featu...
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Installation: License Activation Manually with Capture One 3.7.x PRO/DB on Windows
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My computer is not currently connected to the Internet. How do I activate my license?
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Make and Validate a Profile First Activating a License Manually If the computer is not connected to the Internet, you will activate the license manually. Follow the procedure below: 1. Open the application and select Help > License Activation... 2. The License Activation window will di...
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Getting started : An introduction to Capture One for Windows
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The initial experience of using Capture One PRO is greatly assisted by having a general knowledge of the application's user interface.
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The Essentials of the software This section will give you a brief introduction to the application's user interface and its main functional areas. The application's main window is made up of four functional areas. In the illustration, below, these areas have been highlighted using coloured frames...
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Getting Started: Fine Tuning Exposure, Contrast and Saturation on Windows
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I have white balanced my images, what is the next step? How can I now adjust the Exposure?
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Fine Tuning Exposure, Contrast and Saturation Select the Exposure tab. The Exposure tab will be displayed, see illustration below. Placing the cursor upon the tools will identify their function. There are a variety of methods to adjust image exposure: > EC - Exposure Compensation slider t...
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Getting Started: Batch Processing on Windows
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How do I process more than one image at a time if I need to?
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Batch Processing Batch processing is used for processing more than one image at a time - it comes in handy when you want to process several images in a similar manner. It is also the best way of handling any high volume of images which can be processed as a batch when you are working on other p...
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Getting Started: Creating a New Session with Windows
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How do I get started with Capture One sessions now that I have shot some captures?
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Creating a New Session or Collection There are a few ways to create a new Session, following these procedures: 1 - The icon at top Add or change collection is used to Add new or change name of existing session. 2 - Select folder to locate RAW images 3 - Tab name will be same as folder name. ...
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