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How to change orientation when shooting tethered with a DSLR
Problem
When shooting straight down it is not possible for most DSLR to detect which orientation you intended for the images.  Because most DSLR do not have manual overrides it is not possible for Capture One to tell the camera which orientation to use.  Furthermore Orientation is not automatically copied to new capture because in most normal shooting scenarios this would not be desirable.  It is possible however to manually override this:
Solution
1. In Next Capture Adjustments set All Other to “Copy from Clipboard”     2. Shoot an image, make any adjustments including rotating the image 90* 3. Go to the Adjustments Clipboard and click Copy 4. Manually check the box labeled “Orientation."     5. Your next shot should rotate automatically af...
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Capture One 4: How do I copy adjustments from one image to other(s)?
Problem
Capture One 4 contains a Copy/Paste Adjustment tool that allows you to apply adjustments made on one image to another image or to many others simultaneously
Solution
This function consists of two parts - the Copy Adjustment and Paste Adjustment tool.  Both are accessible in various locations throughout the application and it is up to you which one suits your workflow the best. They can be accessed either via the Tool palette where you can toggle between Copy and...
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Creating Copies of an Image Variants / Copy and apply / Thumbnails Each time you copy an image you create another variant. Capture One keeps all of the variants of an image together in groups, so that you can always view and work on them together at anytime. - Creating copies of variants - Creating a copy of the original image - Creating a copy of the selected image - An overview of variant groups - Opening and closing variant groups - Creating multiple copies of variant groups Creating copies of variants Although Capture One creates a variant of the source image to display on-screen an...
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Creating Copies of an Image Variants / Copy and apply / Thumbnails Each time you copy an image you create another variant. Capture One keeps all of the variants of an image together in groups, so that you can always view and work on them together at anytime. - Creating copies of variants - Creating a copy of the original image - Creating a copy of the selected image - An overview of variant groups - Opening and closing variant groups - Creating multiple copies of variant groups Creating copies of variants Although Capture One creates a variant of the source image to display on-screen an...
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Creating Copies of an Image Variants / Copy and apply / Thumbnails Each time you copy an image you create another variant. Capture One keeps all of the variants of an image together in groups, so that you can always view and work on them together at anytime. - Creating copies of variants - Creating a copy of the original image - Creating a copy of the selected image - An overview of variant groups - Opening and closing variant groups - Creating multiple copies of variant groups Creating copies of variants Although Capture One creates a variant of the source image to display on-screen an...
Language: English
Apply Capture Adjustments Tethered shooting / Customization / Adjustments / Metadata / Presets / Styles Capture One can automatically apply a range of adjustments, including ICC profiles, metadata and image settings, as well as built-in or user-defined presets and styles to captured images to help you work faster. - Adding adjustments automatically - Selecting an ICC profile - Setting the orientation of a capture - Setting the orientation of a capture (Phase One digital backs only) - Applying auto-alignment (Phase One digital backs only) - Adding metadata to captures - Adding image a...
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Apply Capture Adjustments Tethered shooting / Customization / Adjustments / Metadata / Presets / Styles Capture One can automatically apply a range of adjustments, including ICC profiles, metadata and image settings, as well as built-in or user-defined presets and styles to captured images to help you work faster. - Adding adjustments automatically - Selecting an ICC profile - Setting the orientation of a capture - Setting the orientation of a capture (Phase One digital backs only) - Applying auto-alignment (Phase One digital backs only) - Adding metadata to captures - Adding image a...
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Applying Capture Adjustments Tethered shooting / Customization / Metadata / Presets / Styles Capture One can automatically apply a range of adjustments, including ICC profiles, metadata and image settings, as well as built-in or user-defined presets and styles to captured images to help you work faster. - Adding adjustments automatically - Selecting an ICC profile - Setting the orientation of a capture - Setting the orientation of a capture (Phase One digital backs only) - Applying auto-alignment (Phase One digital backs only) - Adding metadata to captures - Adding image adjustments t...
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Batch Processing or Batch Apply will not work
Problem
When I process a large number of files, only the first image is processed. Or, I cannot apply adjustments to a large number of images at one time.
Solution
If you cannot batch process and only the first image selected is processed, it is because "Edit All Selected Variants" has been turned off.  You can enable this feature again from the Image menu (Edit menu in Capture One 11 and older) or via the tool bar icon pictured below (the icon is Orange when ...
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Applying Adjustments using a Gradient Mask Gradient / Layer Adjustment / Mask Adjustments can be applied using a gradient mask, giving a similar effect to a graduated filter. - Overview - Applying a graduated filter effect - Refining the gradient mask Overview The Layers’ Gradient Mask option enables you to create a mask with a gradual transition in opacity between two points. With an adjustment applied, such as a negative exposure correction, the effect is similar to applying an optical graduated filter. Not only can you can control the range of the transition and its position relativ...
Language: English