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The Phase One knowledge base is a centralized database of articles written and updated frequently by the Phase One support team.

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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. The Viewer gives you the option to view a single image or multiple images at once. You can control the zoom level of the images. The RGB and Lightness, or CMYK, readout values are displayed in the center of the Viewer toolbar. The Viewer is a fundamental element of the Capture One user interface. The Viewer window enables users to view image files and che...
File Naming File naming / Importing images / Output naming / Batch rename Choose a bespoke filename recipe to match the naming structure and criteria that best fits your needs. The Token Based Naming tool is particular useful when shooting tethered or importing from a memory card or an external disk. It is also possible to create an output recipe and specify a Token Based naming convention. See Process Recipe .  The Token Based naming function enables easy access to create individual naming criteria that can be tailored to your own personal preference. You can acces...
Tethered Shooting Pro Tethered shooting / White balance / Library / Lens Correction Instantly import and view images as you shoot them with the world’s most advanced tethered capture solution. Adjust your camera exposure settings remotely, apply adjustments and multiple styles during capture and connect to an iPad, iPod Touch and iPhone using the  Capture Pilot  App. - Start a Tethered Session - Shoot Tethered from a Phase One, Mamiya or LEAF Digital Back - Set White Balance in Tethered photography - Shoot Test Shots - To Auto Rotate - To Work with Live View (Phase One, LEAF & Mam...
Capture Pilot (TM) Pro Capture Pilot / Thumbnails / Viewing photos Capture Pilot lets you present, rate and capture photos on an iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch directly from Capture One Pro software on a computer. - Connect your iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch to Capture One - Wireless Functionality - Browse Images in a Folder on iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch - Browse Images Using the Controls - Add Color and Star Ratings on an iPad, iPod Touch or iPhone - Change the Exposure Settings and Shoot Directly from Capture Pilot - Learn More Connect your iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch to Capture One ...
Browser View Image Browser / Thumbnails / Variants / Loupe The Image Browser displays thumbnails of selected images from a folder or album. When browsing images you have three different thumbnail view options: Filmstrip, Grid View and List View to suit your personal preference. - Browsing Thumbnails - Variants and Thumbnail Size - Filmstrip View - Grid View - List View Browsing Thumbnails Thumbnails of all recognized image files in a selected folder or album are shown in the Image Browser. The Image Browser will show Thumbnails as they are corrected, and the entire view and mask...
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. 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. - Video Tutorial – Loupe - Change Loupe Settings - To Use the Loupe - Learn More Video Tutorial – Lo...
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 Slideshow - Edit Slideshow Settings - Use the Slideshow Controls - Rendering Time Create a Slideshow Select the initial file for the slideshow. If no file is selected the first file in the session will start the slideshow. Select View > Start Slide Show. Edit Slideshow Settings Move the mouse when the sl...
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. Toggle between Full Screen and the normal viewer by pressing CMD+SHIFT+> (Mac) or CMD+SHIFT+f11(PC). - To View Images in Full Screen To View Images in Full Screen Select View > Full Screen. Move the cursor to the edges of the screen to reveal the Image Browser , Menu and Editing tools.   Exit full screen view by pressing Esc. ...
Exposure Exposure / Local Adjustment / Brightness / Contrast / Saturation Use the Capture One Exposure tool to adjust exposure, contrast, brightness and saturation. - Video Tutorial - Exposure - Managing Exposure - To Adjust Exposure - To Adjust High Dynamic Range Images - Adjust Input Levels - Adjust Input Levels Using Shadow and Highlight Picker - To Adjust Output Levels - To Adjust Curves - Adjust Hazy images – Adjusting Micro-contrast - Learn More Video Tutorial - Exposure Peter Eastway demonstrates how to adjust exposure and High Dynamic Range to get the most out of raw files. ...
Color Editor Saturation / Exposure / RGB-readouts / CMYK The Color Editor enables users to select and adjust a narrow color spectrum without affecting other colors in an image. The Color Editor tool is available in two modes: Basic and Advanced. Basic is created for standard editing, whereas Advanced provides a much more specialized tool for editing defined shades of color in terms of saturation, brightness, hue and smoothness. Smoothness indicates how far in the color spectra the adjustment will be applied; this ensures that selectively changed colors get a natural look. - ...
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