Knowledge Base

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

Consisting of concepts, data, requirements and specifications for various Team Phase One products, you can often find solutions to your questions and issues by entering related keywords in the search field below. You may also search by the known article number as well.

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Output Location Set the location for processing destination. Session users can also choose a folder in the Library and "set as Output" from the file menu or right click menu. View more information related to Output Location Did you find this article useful? How can we improve it?
Overlay Supports PNG, PDF and other image formats as an overlay bed for testing layout (e.g. Magazine cover). Drag drop a RAW file to the overlay window for compositing workflow. View more information related to Overlay Did you find this article useful? How can we improve it?
Output Naming Changes the naming for the output file. Default is the name of the parent RAW file. Uses Tokens for name structure. View more information related to Output Naming Did you find this article useful? How can we improve it?
Print - Units and guides Unit and guide options for the print dialogs View more information related to Print Did you find this article useful? How can we improve it?
Print - Layout Set the cell size, columns, rows, and padding for contact sheets View more information related to Print Did you find this article useful? How can we improve it?
Print - Image Settings Set fill options for the set paper size View more information related to Print Did you find this article useful? How can we improve it?
Print - Printer Choose a printer and color management options View more information related to Print Did you find this article useful? How can we improve it?
Print - Margin Set the margin size around the image View more information related to Print Did you find this article useful? How can we improve it?
Print - Template Choose saved layout options View more information related to Print
Rotation And Flip Orientation sets the image in 90 degree increments either left or right. Rotation sets the remainder between those increments. Flip allows the variant to be mirrored either horizontally or vertically (useful for compositing). View more information related to Rotation and Flip Did you find this article useful? How can we improve it?
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