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Organizing Images: Comparing Multiple Images on Mac
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What possibilities are there with Capture One for comparing Multiple Images?
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Comparing Multiple Images To help evaluate changes that you have made to images, or are in the process of making, the preview area can display multiple images simultaneously and in different configurations. This allows you to compare the effect of changes you have made to multiple images. In addi...
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Organizing Images: Working with Preview on Mac
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What possibilities do I have when working with images in Preview?
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Working with Preview The preview window provides you with a detailed and scalable preview of either a single selected image, two images next to each other or a maximum of four images, which can be displayed next to each other to allow comparisons to be made between them. To select an image to be...
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Organize Tool: Working with Sessions in Capture One 3.x on Mac
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How do I organize my image files in a Session?
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Working with Sessions Sessions are created at the Organize Tool containing image files. Click the + button or pulldown Session: to add a New Session . The same options exist to Remove Session... or to Add Session . The Add Session... option is for reloading a name .session fil...
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Organizing Images: File Structure of a Session in Capture One 3.x on Mac - Archiving
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Please define a Session in Capture One? What does a Session consist of ?
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A Session is a folder comprised of 3 subfolders: Captures (RAW image files) Processed - processed TIFFs or JPEGs Trash - RAWs moved to trash that can be recovered It will also include the .session file, and any Favorites or a Move To subfolders created as well. The Captures fo...
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Organizing Images: Adding Folders to a Session Using the Finder in Capture One 3.x on Mac
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How do I add folders to a session if I use the Finder?
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Adding Folders to a Session Using the Finder To add a folder to a session use the following procedure: 1. With the Organize tool selected click on the Folder icon 2. The New Folder dialog box, (see illustration below), will be displayed. 3. Fill out the Name: choose the name that you...
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Organizing Images: The Status Bar on Mac
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How do I gain access to the information about my images during Process?
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The Status Bar The Status bar is located at the bottom of the screen and displays useful information about the current status of the application. From left to right, (as in the illustration below), the information displayed is: • RGB values for the current cursor location. Displayed on a scale f...
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Organizing Images: Creating a New Session In Capture One 3.x on Mac
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How do I organize my images?
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Creating a New Session To begin organizing your files, you should create a new session. The following procedure explains how to do this: 1. Click the New Session icon 2. The New Session dialog box will be displayed. 3. Fill out data in dialog box to create session. 4. When all the fie...
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Exposure Evaluation: Exposure Tool Fields on Mac
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What are the relevant categories of the Exposure Tool Fields and what should I be aware of?
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Exposure Tool Fields The Exposure tab, (see illustration below), contains the following fields: Film standard selection box: use this selection box to choose which film curve is applied: • Film Standard: this is the default film curve • Film extra shadow: this curve applies slightly more det...
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Known Issues: Capture One Windows 3.7.x
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Known Issue Summaries are listed here. They are also links to the master table containing all the Known Issues for Capture One Windows 3.7.x. Digital Back QuickProof of Phase One DB will be corrupt if arbitrary rotation is used. Arbitrary rotations on P21, P30 & P45 processed images may create black edges in crop Problems connecting Digital backs using a portable solution (PO repeater) on portable PC's with 4 pole firewire Persistency problems in Color Management setting for LightPhase, H5 and H10 cameras Vista support of digital backs - P21, P30, P45 drivers not working DSLR D200 NEF image files tagged in Photo Mechanic will not show correct WB when imported in Capture One D200 Images imported via iView shows wrong white balance in Capture One Canon 30D is not supported for tethered capture Canon 30D overexposed highlights becomes purple when exposure level is turned down One edge of processed Canon 1D Mk III images contain a 4pixel wide artifact. When processing Leica Digilux3 Raw files, a weak pattern of dots can be observed Red 2 pixel wide artifact on the right edge of some developed Sony Alpha 100 images. Olympus E400 firmware 1.1 show large amount of pattern noise Colors on developped Olympus E-1 images are very desaturated Olympus E500 green line top of image The processed image of a Crop of a FUJI S2, S3 and S5 image is offset 20 pixels upwards General Capture One With Portuguese Win XP. Typing any word beginning with "V" starts capture One Processing of selected image(s). License activation fails or revert to trial mode when opening through clicking on raw image Incomplete Meta data in JPEG files - missing DPI and Software type/version. Processing to 120-170% scale factors may present artefcats in subpixel details Images restored from trash can not be processed - until application is restarted Certain angles of Arbitrary rotation makes the preview unsharp with some images. The focus and the developed image is OK The image output dimensions can on most cameras be a little smaller than the dimensions supplied by the camera manufacture
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Focus and Sharpness: Focus Tool Fields on Mac
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What are the different capabilities contained within Focus and Sharpness?
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Focus Tool Fields The Focus tool, (see illustration below), contains the following fields: Use this icon to open a floating focus utility window. This window can be resized to optimize your view of the image that you are currently working with. Use this icon to reset the focus, resettin...
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