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Output Location and Folder Naming Set the destination location for output and create and name folders and sub-folders from the Process Recipe’s File tab. Find out how the Recipe's File tab integrates with the seperate Output Location and Naming tools. - Overview of the workflow - Select output location using the recipe - Create folders from within the recipe - Organizing images using tokens - Selecting the destination location using output location tool - Output recipes to multiple folders - Naming or renaming variants - Append image filename Overview of the workflow When preparing imag...
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Working in Sessions Pro Sessions / Workflow / Workspaces A Session can be used as a project container to store folder locations. Find out more... Use the Sessions function to organize all your work and any client project. Sessions enables you to store all files as a complete project that includes RAW files, setting files, library files, output files and paths to drives used in a project. For quick access and fast loading of folders you can create favorite folders for the locations used in a particular project. Sessions are especially useful when you are shooting tethered. Si...
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Sessions Pro Sessions / Workflow / Workspaces Sessions are favored for daily on-set workflow with direct interface to the computers file system. Use the Sessions function to organize all your work and any client project. Sessions enables you to store all files as a complete project that includes RAW files, setting files, library files, output files and paths to drives used in a project. For quick access and fast loading of folders you can create favorite folders for the locations used in a particular project. Sessions are especially useful when you are shooting tethered. Si...
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Export Use the Export function to quickly output variant or original files. - Export: Originals - Export: Variants - Learn more Export: Originals There are two export image options; Go to File>Export and choose either Originals or the Variant option. Export Originals lets you export original raw images with or without adjustments to a folder location on your computer or external hard drive etc. Check mark or deselect any relevant fields in the Options tab. (The Include Adjustments and Notify when complete options are selected by default). Press Export Origina...
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Catalogs Create and utilize a catalog in Capture One Pro For more information, go to the main Catalog section . - Create a catalog - Import images into a catalog - Create dynamic locations in catalogs - Create organized folder structure from Catalogs on export - Switch between catalogs - Folders tool - Organise a catalog: Create a group - Shared catalogs - Learn more Create a catalog Select File>New Catalog... Or use keyboard shortcut Shift+Cmd+N. A dialog box will appear. Fill in the Name field, choose a Template if set-up (or leave blank) and select a Location for...
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Export Photos With Capture One’s Export function, you can bypass the Output Tool Tab to quickly export photos straight from the browser. - Export originals - Export variants - Learn more Export originals Capture One lets you quickly export virtually identical copies of the original RAW, JPEG, PNG or TIFF images with, or without adjustments, directly from the browser to a folder on your computer or external hard drive. Most users will likely want to export original image files with the adjustments (contained in a separate folder). You can also pack originals with adjustments in self-co...
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Tethered Capture Overview Pro Tethered shooting / Image Capture / Folders Shoot directly into Capture One using Sessions or Catalogs; the world’s most advanced tethered capture solution. - Introduction - Overview of workflow using a supported camera - Starting a tethered Session - Creating a new tethered Catalog - Tethered camera support Introduction The Capture tool tab is the gateway to tethered shooting with a Phase One digital back or supported DSLR. When connected to the computer, you can import photos directly into a Session or Catalog and store them on the hard disk or an ex...
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Tethered Capture Overview Pro Tethered shooting / Image Capture / Folders Shoot directly into Capture One using Sessions or Catalogs; the world’s most advanced tethered capture solution. - Introduction - Network connection - Overview of workflow using a supported camera - Starting a tethered Session - Creating a new tethered Catalog - Tethered camera support Introduction The Capture tool tab is the gateway to tethered shooting with a Phase One digital back or supported DSLR. When connected to the computer, you can import photos directly into a Session or Catalog and store them on t...
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Tethered Capture Overview Tethered shooting / Folders / Camera Systems Shoot directly into Capture One using Sessions or Catalogs; the world’s most advanced tethered capture solution. - Introduction - Overview of workflow using a supported camera - Starting a tethered Session - Creating a new tethered Catalog - Tethered camera support Introduction The Capture tool tab is the gateway to tethered shooting with a Phase One digital back or supported DSLR. When connected to the computer, you can import photos directly into a Session or Catalog and store them on the hard disk or an extern...
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Import File naming / Output naming / Batch rename / Import / Importing images Find out how to import files into a catalog and session It is quick and easy to import image files from a memory card, external hard drive, network or local computer. You can choose a naming system, add copyright information and image descriptions directly at import if desired. Inserting a memory card into a connected card reader will automatically open the Import dialog window . Unsupported files will display a small eye icon (PC) or a crossed over pencil (MAC) in the bottom right corner of an image...
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