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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Curve Adjust the tonality of an image by altering the tone curve. Adjustments are available for RGB composite, R,G and B individually or for luminance. View more information related to Curves . Did you find this article useful? How can we improve it?
Camera Control the tethered camera attached to the computer. Set Aperture, Shutter, ISO and other properties from the Capture One interface. View more information related to Tethered Shooting . Did you find this article useful? How can we improve it?
Color Balance Color balance alters the color and luminance in Shadow, mid-tones and Highlights for creative looks. View more information related to Color Balance . Did you find this article useful? How can we improve it?
Camera Focus This tool allows the user to adjust focus of the attached tethered Camera from the computer interface. View more information related to Camera Focus . Did you find this article useful? How can we improve it?
External Editing Using either the Edit With… or Open With… commands available from the main menu, or the contextual menu (ctrl-click/right-click Mac/Windows), you can open the image in third-party external editing software, such as Adobe Photoshop. Choose the Edit With… option when you want Capture One to process and export the image as a TIFF (or JPEG) for additional editing, or choose Open With… when working with a previously processed TIFF (or JPEG) file. View more information related to External Editing . Did you find this article useful? ...
High Dynamic Range Improve the dynamic range of the image by using either highlight or Shadow recovery to recover details otherwise lost at the point of Capture. Best used individually to preserve a natural image, they can be used together for HDR imagery. View more information related to High Dynamic Range . Did you find this article useful? How can we improve it?
Exposure Evaluation A fixed histogram of the RAW data with curve applied (as set in the Base Characteristics tool). The meter underneath gives rough guideline as to "good exposure" based on histogram spread and end points. View more information related to Exposure Evaluation . Did you find this article useful? How can we improve it?
Focus Used in combination with the "pick focus" tool tip, this is a small swatch rendered at 100% in the final output quality. It is used to check quickly key points of interest in an image for focus confirmation, without rendering the whole file. View more information related to Focus Checking . Did you find this article useful? How can we improve it?
Exposure Exposure tool can be used to correct Exposure error by up to 4 stops +/- from that taken. A roll off in the highlights protects against blown highlight detail when correcting under exposure. View more information related to Exposure . Did you find this article useful? How can we improve it?
Film Grain A statistical model used to replicate film grains. Choose a grain type in combination with the impact (contrast) and granularity (size of grain) sliders to create a film grain effect. View more information related to Film Grain . Did you find this article useful? How can we improve it?
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