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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 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...
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 mode - Toggle Proof Margin - Selecting and viewing multiple images - RGB, Lightness, Exposure and rating information - Zooming multiple images simultaneously - Viewing videos Introduction to the Viewer The Viewer gives you the option to view a single image or multiple images at once. Th...
Viewing images in Full Screen Mode Full screen / Slideshow / Viewing photos The Full Screen mode displays an uncluttered view of your image and you retain access to the browser and all the tools you need. - Entering and exiting Full Screen mode - Using the Browser in Full Screen mode - Using Full Screen mode shortcuts Entering and exiting Full Screen mode You can quickly switch between your usual workspace and the Full Screen mode. The Browser, Menu, Toolbar and tools are all hidden for an uncluttered interface and can be revealed when required. From the main menu, select View >...
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 image for the slide show. If no image is selected the slide show will start from the first image in the browser session. Select View>Slide Show. The slide show will automatical...
User Interface Overview The main Capture One User Interface elements are a Tool Tab bar, a set of Cursor tools, a Viewer and an 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 n...
Viewing Photos Capture One provides a wide range of possible ways to view and inspect images. Users can customize the Image Viewer and the Image Browser to fit the needs of your particular workflow. The Viewer The Viewer displays a large preview of one image or a number of selected images. The Browser The Image Browser displays thumbnails of selected images from a folder, Album, Smart Album, Project, Group and a Catalog. Focus Checking Capture One offers a number of tools to closely examine images for focus accuracy, dust specks, optical flaws or any other issues. Viewing images in Full...
User Interface The section covers the user interface make up, customization of the interface and tool descriptions User Interface Overview The main Capture One User Interface elements are a Tool Tab bar, a set of Cursor tools, a Viewer and an Image Browser. Viewing Photos Capture One provides a wide range of possible ways to view and inspect images. Users can customize the Image Viewer and the Image Browser to fit the needs of your particular workflow. Toolbar The interface is divided into a number of elements, all providing a set of tools. The Toolbar provides graphical shortcuts to some...
Navigating and Selecting Images To work with your images, you will need to review them by their Collections in the Library and then select them in the Browser. You can use a mouse, trackpad, or tablet directly, or navigate using the menu commands and shortcuts. - What are Primary and Selected Variants? - Comparing images - Selecting multiple images - Selecting only the primary variant - Selecting images by variant position - Selecting the primary variant from multiple images - Editing only the primary variant - Deselecting the primary variant - Navigating image selections by sets - Select...
Adjustment Controls This section describes how the controls are used to make adjustments, how to copy those adjustments from one image to another and how to reset them. - Using sliders - Local copy and apply - Quick local copy and apply - Global copy and apply - Local copy and apply using the clipboard - Using the Undo/Redo commands - Adjusting one image or multiple images - Displaying Before and After adjustments - Resetting all adjustments - Temporarily resetting adjustments - Resetting adjustments by individual tool - Temporarily resetting adjustments by tool - Mouse functionality Usin...
Tool Tabs Toolbar / Tool tabs / Customization / Personal tab / Workspaces Each Tool Tab contains a number of utilities that include a set of tools to adjust image files. - Introduction - Library - Capture - Lens correction - Color - Exposure - Details - Local Adjustments - Adjustments - Metadata - Output - Batch process - Quick - Composition - Black and White - Add a customized tool tab Introduction The Tool Tab bar is located at the top/left corner of the user interface. (See the example right). Each Tool Tab contains a number of tools. Each tool has its own set of controls to adj...
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