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Processing Images: Multiple Outputs on Mac Capture One 3.x
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Can I process various file types at the same time?
Solution
Working with Multiple Outputs - PRO version Only Unlimited simultaneous outputs are possible in the Process Tool of PRO. To choose multiple outputs, Add a New Destination with the icon. Then set desired parameters for final image file in the Basic and Advanced panels. Each destina...
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Color Management: Working with Color Management on Mac
Problem
How does Capture One handle Color Management for my images?
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Working with Color Management The Capture One application uses color management with ICC profiles to ensure correct colors all the way from initial image capture to final image. This means that when working on a properly setup system the image you see on the monitor will look exactly like the f...
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How to Process Images on Mac
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What are the procedures in processing images after adjustments?
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Only RAW files can be processed in Capture One application. Select the Process Tool LE version will process 1 image file type at a time, while PRO has the ability for multiple output Destinations . Set all the criteria for final image development. Format: Configure desired image output...
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Focus and Sharpness: How to Focus and Sharpen Images on Mac
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How do I make use of the Focus and Sharpen functions of Capture One PRO?
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How to Focus and Sharpen Images The Focus Tool is used to assess and make adjustments to an image based on its focus and USM (unsharp mask), sharpness settings. The tool's focus window displays a fully processed version of the image, which you can then use to assess any adjustments that you have m...
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Process Tool Advanced Features on Mac
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What features does the Advanced Panel offer in the Process Tool Panel? How do I add a watermark or studio logo to my images?
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Advanced Panel Sub name: a name that will always be added to the end of the file name as it is setup in the basic panel preferences. Sub folder: By filling out the Sub folder field you can put the images of the selected output into a subfolder inside the Process folder. Watermark: Enable to...
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Processing Images: Batch Tool on Mac
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How do I use Capture One to process many images at a time?
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Batch Tool___ This feature of Capture One can handle large volume processing. The application can manage an unlimited amount of images, as long as the computer has sufficient processing power and hard disk space. To view the batch processing status and progress, click on the Batch Tool ...
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Preferences: Processing Settings on Mac
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How can I set my Preferences for Processing of images?
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Processing Preferences In Processing Preferences, you can configure how images will be processed after completing your workflow, as shown here: Processing Preferences dialog box The Processing Preferences window has four tabs: Name The Name tab is used to set up the default name given to...
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Preferences: System Preferences/Software Update on Mac
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How can I set Capture One to notify me of any software updates?
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Software Update The Systems Preferences can be accessed by opening the Preferences box from the Capture One menu, and then clicking on the Show All icon. The Systems pane then shows a range of icons that can access and modify features related to system preferences. One of these is Software Update....
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Preferences: System Preferences/Thumbnails on Mac
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How can I adjust the settings for viewing thumbnails in Capture One?
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Thumbnails The Systems Preferences can be accessed by opening the Preferences box from the Capture One menu, and then clicking on the Show All icon. The Systems pane then displays a range of icons that can access and modify features related to system preferences. One of these is Thumbnails. In T...
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Preferences: System Preferences on Mac
Problem
What System Preferences can be set on Capture One?
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System Preferences The Systems Preferences can be accessed by opening the Preferences box from the Capture One menu, and then clicking on the Show All icon. The Systems pane then shows a range of icons that can access and modify features related to system preferences. These system preferences gove...
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