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Levels Used to correct tonal values in an image. Contrast, gamma and output intensity are all controlled using the handles top and bottom of the tool. View more information related to Levels . Did you find this article useful? How can we improve it?
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Levels Adjustment Find out how to use the Levels tool to control the tonal distribution and alter the contrast. The Levels tool can also be used to correct color casts in the individual color channels. - An overview of the Levels tool - Setting Levels mode - Auto adjust brightness and increase contrast - Manual adjustment of brightness and contrast - Adjust brightness and contrast using shadow and highlight pickers (optional) - Auto correct color casts and contrast - Adjust output levels - Modify Auto Levels clipping thresholds - Preview exposure warnings An overview of the Levels tool T...
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Auto Levels for CH When using the Auto Levels feature in conjunction with conversions of positive and negative black & white and color film, it will give improved results if the Channel Mode is set to using the Red, Green and Blue Channels. This is particularly true in regards to color accuracy and is recommended for film reproduction. - Auto Levels Clipping Thresholds - Change the Channel Mode Auto Levels Clipping Thresholds When using the Auto Levels feature, Capture One Cultural Heritage by default sets a 0.10% threshold for Shadows and Highlights. This allows a small number of ...
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Auto Levels for CH When using the Auto Levels feature in conjunction with conversions of positive and negative black & white and color film, it will give improved results if the Channel Mode is set to using the Red, Green and Blue Channels. This is particularly true in regards to color accuracy and is recommended for film reproduction. - Auto Levels Clipping Thresholds - Change the Channel Mode Auto Levels Clipping Thresholds When using the Auto Levels feature, Capture One Cultural Heritage by default sets a 0.10% threshold for Shadows and Highlights. This allows a small number of ...
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Color Management: Some basic Monitor Calibrations
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One of the great strengths of Capture One is its ability to use the ICC and ICM color management standards.  Every device renders colors differently and it is up to the computer's color management system to interpret the color capability of every device in the imaging and printing chain to help insure that the color you see on your monitor and eventually in printed output is as close as possible to the original scene. When devices such as cameras, monitors, and printers subscribe to these open standards then we have the possibility for automatic color matching without wasting needless time and material as is inevitable with trial and error testing.  By defining an ICC or ICM monitor profile, this allows the color management system on your computer to make the calculations necessary to accurately display the images and then to accurately display or print on other devices that are also color managed.    A basic monitor calibration can be set up within the PC or MAC systems.   Macintosh computers use a system level utility and PC computers can use the Adobe Gamma Control Panel that ships with Adobe Photoshop or a utility which may have been provided with your monitor.  Here is how to access these utilities; On the PC, if you have Adobe Photoshop, then use the Adobe Gamma Control Panel.  With Windows XP, the control panel is found at  C: \Program Files\Common Files\Adobe\Calibration\Adobe Gamma.cpl.  If your monitor manufacturer provides their own calibration utility, check their documentation for calibration instructions.    CMS Guide
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IQ Splash Screen and Background Customization
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I would like to personalize my IQ digital back. How do I do it?
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Summary You are able to add a personalized Splash Screen and Background Image to IQ1/2/3 backs by placing images of a specific size and named on the CF card and loading them.   In-Depth To modify the background and splash screen, follow the steps below: Create the Image Files: Create a 800px...
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Upload large files to Phase One Support
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How do I send one or several large files to Phase One Support?
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Summary To send a large file or files to the Phase One Support team, use the following page: Phase One File Exchange In-Depth Attaching a large amount of data to a Support Case can lead to timeouts and the upload failing. Use the Phase One File Exchange instead. The Phase One File Exchange allows s...
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Leaf Tethering Problems: Will not connect or frequent disconnects
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When tethered to my iMac or laptop, my Leaf digital back is not recognized by the software or frequently disconnects from the computer
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Summary Some laptop's do not provide the level of power required to operate a Leaf back. The Leaf back requires a powered connection via Firewire 400 or Firewire 800 in order to work tethered with Leaf Capture or Capture One. In-Depth Previously Leaf offered a Firewire repeater that can be power...
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How to change the focus screen on an XF or DF/DF+ Camera Body
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How can I change the focusing screen in my Phase One camera body?
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Changing the focusing screen is not a trivial task and should only be done by an experienced person or a Phase One Service Center. Since the Focusing Screen’s surfaces are soft and easily damaged, handle them carefully. Note: There are two different procedures for changing the focusing screen on an ...
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How do I update the firmware in my Phase One Camera system or Digital Back?
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I have a Phase One Digital back or Camera System which needs a firmware upgrade. How do I do this?
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Summary Updating firmware is a simple process, however there are some things to be aware of.   XT, XT and IQ systems update via firmware package files placed on a card in the back.  iXG Cameras, DF/DF+ Cameras and P/P+ series Digital Backs require a Universal updater program. In-Depth For XF Camera...
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