The Photo Ninja: I've been playing with it a little this afternoon and like it. For 60 days I think I'll try it and then if it is truly better the lightroom I'll switch.
Sorry, my reply was woefully inadequate.
There is an 'include subfolders' check box in the import window.
You have the option to leave your images in their current folder structure on your hard drive and just populate the catalogue with references to these original images. All folder structures are recorded and available from within Capture One, no extra work required.
You also have the option to store the images inside the catalogue. I have not explored this option yet.
Jefftan: Can some Capture One user explain how this is better than lightroom?better color?I have heard NR is not as good
It is quite funny to read comments from people who seem terrified that anyone could prefer a different app than their own favourite. Abuse, however, is just childish.
You can create groups, albums and projects within your catalogues. The flat folder mess you (quite rightly) mention simply isn't an issue.
Shamael: Capture One, despite being one of the best workflow software I ever used, sucks. At every update of a few new cameras, they sell you an expensive update. The latest cameras that just came out are not contained, buy the soft now and in 3 month you buy another expensive update to see you camera raw file being opened in it. PS sucks with their limited updates of ACR and they force you to buy a new version and a new computer at every version when they stop supporting or updating the software. Latest version of ACR does not work in PS CR5, you have to get version 6 and here the memory overflow is that big, you have to change to the highest level in computer technology to be able to use it.
If I consider the' price paid for any of those software, I expect at least to be able to get updates a year after the new version comes out. PS sucks in this matter and C1 is a real mess, a money sucking crap in my point of view.
That's right. RAW file support updates are not paid upgrades. I couldn't find anything factual in that post.
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