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Colors in Capture One Colors / Process images / Process recipe Discover how Capture One deals with image color, how to set a permanent color space, and calibrate an Eizo ColorEdge CG monitor. - Introduction - Purpose and color spaces - Setting a permanent color space - Monitor calibration - Eizo monitor calibration - Calibrate Eizo ColorEdge CG monitor Introduction Essential information regarding colors in Capture One: Capture One deals with colors in two ways: internally and for output. Capture One works in a very large color space, similar to that captured by camera sensor...
RAW and Image File Formats Raw / Output / Batch / EIP / IIQ / JPEG Find out how Capture One works with RAW files and previously processed formats including TIFF and JPEG. - Capture One and RAW - JPEG and TIFF - More about variants Capture One and RAW Raw data is generated when light is received by the photodiodes on a sensor. Depending on the intensity of the light a stronger or weaker signal is generated. This data is read off and stored as unprocessed data on the memory card. A RAW file contains more than one set of data. A DSLR file contains calibrated raw data plus the file head...
Toolbar Toolbar / Tool tabs / Customization / Personal tab / Workspaces The interface is divided into a number of elements, all providing a set of tools. The Toolbar provides graphical shortcuts to some of the most useful functions of Capture One. - Cursor tools - Tool Tabs - Trash Cursor tools The Cursor tools are part of the Toolbar and provide easy access to a number of closely related sub-features. They are located at the top/middle of the user interface. (See the example right). The Cursor tools can also be activated by keyboard shortcuts. Read more on this in the  Shortcuts...
Workflow Basics Workflow / Copy and apply / Customization / Preferences / Workspaces Learn how to copy adjustments from one image to another, view before and after images and how to reset and undo image adjustments. RAW and Image File Formats Find out how Capture One works with RAW files and previously processed formats including TIFF and JPEG. Colors in Capture One Discover how Capture One deals with image color, how to set a permanent color space, and calibrate an Eizo ColorEdge CG monitor. Adjustment Controls This section describes how the controls are used to make adjustments, how...
Preferences and Customization Customize Capture One to support your specific workflow, needs and preferences. You can customize the toolbar and setup your own workspaces. Global Application Preferences Capture One Preferences enables customization of the application to help aid workflow. Customize the Toolbar Pro Add or remove tools to create a customized toolbar. Customized Workspaces Pro Capture One provides several different fully-customizable workspace layouts for working with your images. Controlling Capture One Pro with a Tangent Grading Panel Capture One’s interface and the major...
Optimizing Your Workflow This section provides background information about customization and workflow tips to aid in a Capture One workflow that meets your needs Workflow Basics Learn how to copy adjustments from one image to another, view before and after images and how to reset and undo image adjustments. Preferences and Customization Customize Capture One to support your specific workflow, needs and preferences. You can customize the toolbar and setup your own workspaces. Keyboard Shortcuts Get an overview of all the keyboard shortcuts and create your own with this easy to follow guid...
Global Application Preferences Preferences / Customization Capture One Preferences enables customization of the application to help aid workflow. - Verifying and modifying the preferences - General - Appearance - Image - Capture - Color - Exposure - Crop - Focus - Warnings - Update Verifying and modifying the preferences Capture One has a range of preferences that allow you to alter how a particular feature responds. In some cases, certain features can only be accessed from the preferences window, so it makes sense to spend some time becoming familiar with each tabbed page and specifyin...
Overview of Catalogs Before importing any photos, you must first decide to use either a Catalog or a Session. This section provides information on Catalogs and the benefits of using one. - An overview of a Catalog - Video tutorial: Catalogs - Catalog strategies - Opening Capture One for the first time - Creating a new Catalog - Opening a Catalog - Importing images into a Catalog An overview of a Catalog A Catalog is the primary method of working in Capture One, and it’s where all of the various steps in your workflow will be carried out. Not only does that include image importing, captur...
Keyboard Shortcuts Shortcuts / Preferences / Customization Get an overview of all the keyboard shortcuts and create your own with this easy to follow guide. - Using keyboard shortcuts - Selecting keyboard shortcut sets - Create a custom shortcut set - Edit shortcuts - Assign shortcuts to cursor tools - Copy shortcut set - Delete shortcut commands and custom sets Using keyboard shortcuts Capture One has numerous keyboard shortcuts assigned by default to help speed up your workflow. Shortcuts are assigned not just to the main menu but to many other tools and features, including options f...
Controlling Capture One Pro with a Tangent Grading Panel Capture One’s interface and the majority of the tool set can be controlled using a grading panel from Tangent. - Working with a Tangent grading panel - Video: An overview of the Tangent Element grading panel - Enabling Tangent support - Customizing the layout with Tangent Mapper - Color wheel layout - Changing the color wheel layout Working with a Tangent grading panel Color grading control panels have traditionally been the preserve of colorists using high-end video-editing and grading software, however the panels from Tangent ...
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