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Upgrading Sessions Sessions produced by earlier versions of Capture One must be upgraded if they're to take advantage of the latest database enhancements. - Overview - Upgrading an earlier Session - Verifying and repairing a Session Overview If you’re upgrading from an earlier full release of Capture One such as version 10 to version 11, and you want work with a Session created with an earlier version, you will have to upgrade the Session. Upgrading updates the database, allowing you to benefit from the improvements made. Image variants remain unaltered, as the previous settings and adjus...
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Updating Sessions Sessions produced by earlier versions must be updated, if they're to take advantage of the latest version of Capture One. - Overview - Upgrading an earlier Session - Verifying and repairing a Session Overview If you’re upgrading from an earlier full release of Capture One, such as version 11 to version 12, you will need to upgrade any Session created with an earlier version if you want to work in it with the new version. Upgrading only updates the database, allowing you take advantage of any improvements made. Image variants remain unaltered as the previous settings and ...
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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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How to replace a corrupt/broken session.
Problem
My session database is corrupt/broken and cannot be repaired. How do I access my images again without losing my adjustments?
Solution
Thankfully sessions are relatively easy to replace, as your images and also their adjustments are stored independently of the database - unlike catalogs. When you encounter a corrupt database, Capture One will usually notify you upon startup with the following message: Upon seeing this message, you...
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Organizing Images in Sessions Discover how to organize images when using Sessions, create templates, and transfer Sessions between disks. - Working in multiple Sessions simultaneously - Create a Session Template - Move a Session - Opening a moved Session for the first time - Delete the original Session - Move a Session Working in multiple Sessions simultaneously Capture One can handle numerous open Sessions at the same time. When one session is open, choose File > Open Session. Browse and open the next session file Sessionname.cosessiondb. It is now possible to drag a...
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Organizing Images in Sessions Discover how to organize images when using Sessions, create templates, and transfer Sessions between disks. - Working in multiple Sessions simultaneously - Create a Session Template - Moving a Session Working in multiple Sessions simultaneously Capture One can handle numerous open Sessions at the same time. When one session is open, choose File > Open Session. Browse and open the next session file Sessionname.cosessiondb. It is now possible to drag and drop image files from one Session to another. Create a Session Template Making a Te...
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Organizing Images in Sessions Discover how to organize images when using Sessions, create templates, and transfer Sessions between disks. - Working in multiple Sessions simultaneously - Create a Session Template - Moving a Session Working in multiple Sessions simultaneously Capture One can handle numerous open Sessions at the same time. When one session is open, choose File > Open Session. Browse and open the next session file Sessionname.cosessiondb. It is now possible to drag and drop image files from one Session to another. Create a Session Template Making a Te...
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An Overview of Sessions Before starting work on your images, find out how Sessions can be used in your workflow, and how they differ from using a Catalog. - Introduction to Sessions - Opening a Session - Video tutorial: Sessions - Creating a new Session - Importing images into a Session Introduction to Sessions 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...
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An Overview of Sessions Before starting work on your images, find out how Sessions can be used in your workflow, and how they differ from using a Catalog. - Introduction to Sessions - Opening a Session - Video tutorial: Sessions - Creating a new Session - Adopting a file system based workflow Introduction to Sessions 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 load...
Language: English
An Overview of Sessions Before starting work on your images, find out how Sessions can be used in your workflow, and how they differ from using a Catalog. - Introduction to Sessions - Opening a Session - Video tutorial: Sessions - Creating a new Session - Adopting a file system based workflow Introduction to Sessions 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 load...
Language: English