Process Variants Pro

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Find out how to output image variants using single or multiple, customized Process Recipes to control keywords, add or remove sharpening, and add a watermark to images. You can also find out how to manage the Batch Queue and reprocess images.

Using Process Recipes

Find out about Process Recipes, how to use them and customize them, or create new ones to suit your needs.

Recipe Settings

View or change the Process Recipe’s preconfigured settings for file format, ICC profile and image dimensions from the Basic tab.

Output Settings

Set the destination location for output and create and name folders and sub-folders from the Process Recipe’s File tab.

Managing Sharpening

During processing and outputting, you can apply sharpening based on the output device, or disable sharpening completely from the Process Recipe’s Adjustments tab.

Managing Keywords and other Metadata

The Process Recipe’s Metadata tab is used to manage ratings and color tags, copyright information, GPS and EXIF data and keywords.

Adding a Watermark

Find out how to add a watermark to variants when processing, using the Process Recipe’s Watermark tool.

Batch Queue and Processing History

Capture One automatically processes and outputs batches of photos, arranging them in a queue or line as computer resources dictate. A history or record of images that have been previously output is maintained, making it easy to find individual photos for reprocessing.