Capture One Pro 7
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Digital Asset Management expert Peter Krogh presents the capabilities of Media Pro and how it can integrate with Capture One.
Media Pro offers a flexible and intuitive way to catalog, organize, and make use of photo and video files.
This movie outlines the work flow for existing users of iView MediaPro or Microsoft Expression Media who are upgrading to Media Pro.
Media Pro and Capture One offer an integrated workflow for importing, organizing, editing, finding and sharing your image files fast.
Media Pro photo management software and Capture One image editing software offer an integrated exchange of the metadata.
Media Pro offers the ability to catalog images that have been adjusted with Capture One, and have those renderings accessible from the Media Pro catalog.
A step-by-step guide of how to use and setup a potent Media Pro and Capture One Pro workflow.
This video is the first in a series of videos that outlines a workflow for users of Capture One, and Phase One Media Pro. It illustrates a typical work order.
In this video, we make sure that both Capture One and Media Pro are configured to work with each other. This includes settings that control the exchange of metadata, as well as image rendering.
You can use Catalog Sets in Media Pro to manage your images in a really flexible manner. And these can be automatically translated into Capture One's albums.
This video shows how you can use Capture One's import tools to download, rename, add metadata and make a backup of your files in a single operation before moving them to Media Pro.
Once the images have been brought into Capture One, it makes sense to do some basic rating for quality. You can tag images you'll want to adjust, and move them to the selects folder.
In this video, we'll use the tools in Capture One to adjust any images that will be presented to the client.
This video outlines the process of sending the images from Capture One to Media Pro for cataloging. All the metadata and adjustments created in Capture One is shown in Media Pro.
Media Pro offers many ways to organize your photos according to your needs and the kinds of pictures in your collection. This movie outlines some strategies for using Media Pro's tools to organize your images.
This video outlines how you can send images from Media Pro to Capture One and make use of the integration between Catalog Sets and Albums.
In the final workflow video, we'll take a look at the process of moving the entire session off to an image archive drive, once the client files have been delivered.
Takes you on a tour of Media Pro's features.
Upgrading from Microsoft Expression Media and iView Media Pro is simple and will leave your existing catalogs intact.
Media Pro offers a tremendous amount of functionality to sort, organize, manage and make use of your photos and media files.
In order to set Media Pro to behave optimally for you, you'll want to set up the preferences to determine rendering options, controlled vocabulary usage and much more.
Media Pro offers a tremendous amount of information about your media files in a flexible, customizable interface.
To get started, you need to create your first catalog and then index the files you want to keep track of.
Presents best practice strategies for cataloging your files: This could be to divide your files by bodies of work, or by year, or between raw and derivative files.
Over the course of working with Media Pro, it will sometimes be helpful to both split catalogs apart, and to merge them together.
Media Pro has very broad support of image files. It can read more than 100 different raw file types, and even such as PNG files, Lab color images, EPS files and PDFs.
Media Pro can also create a number of different types of output directly from Media Pro: contact sheets, file conversions, HTML galleries, slideshows and even videos.
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