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About Phase One Phase One is the world’s leader in open-platform based medium format camera systems and solutions. Phase One medium format cameras, digital backs and lenses are designed to deliver superior quality image capture and investment value. Phase One’s Capture One software helps streamline capture and post-production processes for both medium format and DSLR cameras. Phase One products are known for their quality, flexibility and speed enabling pro photographers shooting in a wide range of formats to achieve their creative visions without compromise. Phase One is ...
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Contact us Capture One / C1 TECHNICAL SUPPORT Capture One software support Visit Phase One's support page that also includes a FAQ section. phaseone.com support User Forum Forums for Capture One, Media Pro, Phase One digital backs and cameras among others. forum.phaseone.com Documentation Access a PDF version of the Capture One User Guide as well as digital back and camera documentation. phaseone.com manuals PHASE ONE Find out about the latest Certified Professionals training, PODAS photography workshops ...
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The Browser Image Browser / Thumbnails / Variants / Loupe The Image Browser displays thumbnails of selected images from a folder, Album, Smart Album, Project, Group and a Catalog. - Browsing thumbnails - Filmstrip View - Grid View - List View - Browser view modes - Zoom slider: Thumbnail size - Learn more - Thumbnail icon: Adjusted - Thumbnail icons: Offline and View Only - Thumbnail icon: Processed - Thumbnail icons: Appearance Warning and Read Only - Thumbnail icon: Variants - Thumbnail icon: Video Browsing thumbnails When browsing images you have three different thumbnail view o...
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File Naming File naming / Importing images / Output naming / Batch rename Choose a customized filename recipe that best fits your needs The expanded Token Based naming function enables easy access to create individual naming criteria that can be tailored to your own personal preference. New tokens include access to a range of International Press Telecommunications Council (IPTC) metadata, including rights usage terms and copyright status, as well as some for submitting photos specifically to Getty Images. In addition, EXIF data has been expanded to include Camera and GPS data and to...
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The Viewer Viewing images / Viewing photos / Thumbnails / Image Browser / Viewing videos / Loupe / Full screen / Slideshow / Capture Pilot The Viewer displays a large preview of one image or a number of selected images. - Introduction to the Viewer - The Viewer Modes - Primary View - Multi view - Toggle Proof Margin - Select and view multiple images - RGB, Lightness, Exposure and rating information - Quick tip: Zoom Viewer - Viewing videos Introduction to the Viewer The Viewer gives you the option to view a single image or multiple images at once. The Viewer is a fundamental e...
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Import File naming / Output naming / Batch rename / Import / Importing images Find out how to import files into a catalog and session It is quick and easy to import image files from a memory card, external hard drive, network or local computer. You can choose a naming system, add copyright information and image descriptions directly at import if desired. Inserting a memory card into a connected card reader will automatically open the Import dialog window . Unsupported files will display a small eye icon (PC) or a crossed over pencil (MAC) in the bottom right corner of an image...
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Loupe Tool Loupe / Image Browser / Viewing images / Thumbnails The Loupe tool can be used to complement the other focus functions. Use it to quickly check focus while simultaneously viewing the whole image. - Introduction - To use the Loupe - Change Loupe settings - Learn more Introduction The Loupe tool is used to check focus or inspect close-up details of an image. It can be used in the Viewer or Image Browser area of the session window. Click and hold down the left mouse button to activate the Loupe. Location mode, Size and zoom level of Loupe can be customized. if(!jQu...
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Slideshow Full screen / Loupe / Slideshow / Capture Pilot The Slideshow feature allows you to present photos or videos with transitions in a full screen view. You can customize a slideshow by specifying transition type and duration. - Create a slide show - Edit slide show settings - Use the slide show controls - Rendering time Create a slide show Go to the Browser and select the initial file for the slide show. If no file is selected the first file in the session will start the slide show. Select View>Slide Show. (The slide show will automatically start). ...
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User Interface Overview The main Capture One User Interface elements are a Tool Tab bar, the Viewer and Image Browser. - Basic Overview - Overview in Detail Basic Overview The Viewer displays a large preview of one image or a number of selected images. The Image Browser displays thumbnails of selected images from a folder, Album, Smart Album, Project, Group as well as a Catalog. The Cursor tools provide easy access to a number of closely related sub-features, referred to as Tools. The Tool Tabs give access to all of the core tools needed to edit ...
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Full Screen Full screen / Slideshow / Viewing photos The Full Screen feature displays the maximum view of a preview image. It is possible to work in Full Screen mode and have access to a selected set of tools. - View images in full screen - Learn more View images in full screen Select View>Full Screen. Move the cursor to the edges of the screen to reveal the Browser , toolbar , menu and editing tools .  Exit full screen view by pressing Esc. if(!jQuery('.lb:last').hasClass('popup-link')) { jQuery('.lb:last') .lightBox() ...
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