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Using an External Editor Output / Process images / TIF / JPEG Complementary editing with third-party software, such as Adobe Photoshop, is available using either the Edit With… or Open With… commands. - Using an External Editor - Making image adjustments with an external editor - Opening images in an external editor Using an External Editor When you need to make highly-specific image modifications, such as advanced retouching, stitching or stacking, you can select an external editor or a standalone plug-in for Capture One to use. The external editor must be selected first to allow Ca...
Noise Reduction Noise reduction / High ISO / Grain Remove noise, add grain and avoid Moiré. Capture One allows the removal of luminance and color noise from images using the Color and Luminance noise reduction sliders. Luminance noise exists in every digital image. Noise is caused by the light sensitive chip, regardless of ISO. Normally this noise is more visible at high ISO values. Higher Noise levels at high ISO values are caused because the signal has been amplified. Please note that Capture One automatically adds an amount of noise reduction based on individual image evaluation. ...
Removing Dust and Spots Dust and spots / Spot removal / Moiré Remove unwanted sensor dust, spots and other unwanted imperfections in images. - To remove dust - To remove spots - Learn more To remove dust Go to the Details Tool Tab . Open the Spot Removal tool. Zoom the image in the Viewer to 100%. Select Dust in the Type drop down menu. Click on any dust particles in the Viewer. (Ensure the dust cursor is selected. See the orange circle). Adjust the size of each circle to match the size of the spot by dragging the line at the edge of the ci...
Simulating Film Grain Use Capture One's Film Grain tool to simulate the look of film by adding grain to your images. - An overview of the Film Grain tool - Adding film-like grain to images An overview of the Film Grain tool The Film Grain tool can be used to alter the image aesthetic by adding a realistic interpretation of film grain to digital images. Alternatively, the Grain tool may be used to add texture to digital images that have an excessively smooth or “polished” appearance, possibly after adding too much noise reduction or after adjusting the  negative clarity settings . If this ...
Reducing Moiré Suppress Moiré patterns in digital images - What is Moiré? - Supress Moiré What is Moiré? In simple terms Moiré can occur when capturing a subject with fine pattern details. An image sensor may reproduce this pattern with a Moiré effect because it lacks resolution. Moiré can be an issue when photographing clothes and can occur in architecture photography. The simplest way to avoid Moiré is by adjusting the position of a camera by moving it back/forward while photographing and/or changing your aperture setting.  When working with the Moiré tool, check areas th...
Export and Processing This section describes how to export copies of your original images, as well as process and export variants that you have created. Capture One also provides a variety of ways to showcase work. You can print photos, create a slideshow or export to a Web Contact Sheet. Export Originals and Variants With Capture One’s dedicated Export function, you can export copies of your original files, with or without adjustments, or you can quickly export variants straight from the browser using a single Process Recipe. Process Variants Pro Find out how to output image variants u...
Global Auto Adjustments Exposure / White balance / Levels / Rotation Global Auto adjustments can correct six parameters including the White Balance, High Dynamic Range, Levels and Rotation. - Apply global adjustments Apply global adjustments Global Auto adjustments can be applied by pressing the large A icon found in the toolbar. This Auto adjust feature can correct six parameters including the White Balance, High Dynamic Range, Levels, Rotation and Keystone*. Click and hold the A icon to reveal a drop down menu and checkmark the options that you want to automatically adjust. (...
Recipe Settings View or change the Process Recipe’s preconfigured settings for file format, ICC profile and image dimensions from the Basic tab. - Modifying recipes - Specifying file format - Specifying color space - Proofing profiles - Image dimensions and resolution - Set dimensions only (resize) - Set dimensions and resolution (resample) - Open with an external application Modifying recipes When adopting one of Capture One’s pre-configured process recipes, the settings may require some adjustment to suit your specific needs. When you modify a built-in recipe, the original is not pe...
Using Process Recipes Find out about Process Recipes, how to use them and customize them, or create new ones to suit your needs. - Overview of outputting images with process recipes - Process image variants using recipes - Process multiple file formats simultaneously - Verify recipe settings - Proofing recipes - Modify or create process recipes - Process summary warning Overview of outputting images with process recipes To simplify the task of processing and outputting, Capture One Pro has groups of pre-configured process settings called Recipes for various requirements, saved as prese...
Output Settings Set the destination location for output and create and name folders and sub-folders from the Process Recipe’s File tab. - Overview of the output workflow - Select output location using root folder - Name or append variants using the root folder - Select destination location using output location tool - Naming or renaming variants on output Overview of the output workflow When outputting image variants using one or more process recipes, you have several tools at your disposal that can be used collectively to select the destination location, name and create folders and re...
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