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Mirror up mode error with H 25
Problem
Image capture is failing and Capture One is telling me to set Mirror Up Mode.
Solution
This error message is misleading. Here is the solution: Plug your H 25 into the Firewire bus on your computer. Open Capture One Preferences from the Capture One menu or by pressing the command and comma keys together. Open the Camera Setup Preferences and set the Camera Power Mode drop down box ...
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Focusing and Sharpening on Mac
Problem
I have white balanced, adjusted the exposure, contrast and saturation and now I want to check the focus and adjust the sharpening on the image. How do I go about this?
Solution
Focusing is the process of checking the focus of an image and applying sharpening settings to an image if necessary. Checking the focus and sharpening if necessary is handled by the tool selector: 1. Click on the Focus tool from the tool selector. 2. Using the cursor picker tool, select an a...
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Importing Images in Capture One 3.x for Mac
Problem
How do I import images from my camera to Capture One for Mac?
Solution
Importing Images The Default location for Session folders of RAW files is: ~User Account / Pictures/ Your Session Folders Three default sub-folders are created of: Capture Folder Process Folder Trash Folder At the Organize Tool , create a New Session using the + or the pulldown op...
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Setting up the Hardware: Installing the PCI IEEE-1394 Card
Problem
How do I go about installing the hardware for this?
Solution
Installing the PCI IEEE-1394 Card The Phase One camera back is connected to the computer via an IEEE 1394 connection.This extremely fast connection has removed many of the limitations of the SCSI technology previously used in older digital cameras. If necessary, the cable length can be extended us...
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Installation: License Activation Manually with Capture One 3.7.x PRO/DB Mac
Problem
I am not currently connected to the Internet. How do I activate my license?
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Make and Validate a Profile First License Activation Manually on Mac If your computer is not connected to the Internet, follow the instructions for manual activation. Follow the procedure below: 1. Open the application and select Capture One >License Activation... 2. The License Activatio...
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How to make a Session Template in Capture One 6
Problem
I have a consistent folder stucture that I create manually in all my sessions. How can I do this faster?
Solution
Intro Sessions are the primary organizational tool for Capture One and as anyone who has worked on a high production job knows, having your session set up properly is not only necessary its a bit of an art too. In Capture One we provide the basic structure, but much of the customization is left up...
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LCC: Calibrating fixed lenses on Mac: Capture One 3.7
Problem
How do I calibrate a fixed lens if I am experiencing problems with lens cast?
Solution
Calibrating fixed lens Tip 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. Lens cast may occur when using Phase One H 25 with wide angle l...
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Preferences: System Preferences/Software Update on Mac
Problem
How can I set Capture One to notify me of any software updates?
Solution
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
Problem
How can I adjust the settings for viewing thumbnails in Capture One?
Solution
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?
Solution
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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