myotisone

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  • As C1 now seems to be seen as a direct competitor to LR then maybe this is something that might come. At the moment, I suspect they only use it on export because it's bought as a raw processor, ...
  • But how else do you get the raw out of C1 other than exporting it as a  Jpeg or TIFF?
  • I've answered this above, but C1 also embeds metadata in TIFFS and JPEGS. Cheers, Graham
  • But it also writes it into the TIFF and the JPEG.
  • Yes, these are excellent, a great addition to the official Capture One tutorials, which tend to focus more on "how" you do things rather than the mix of why and how that Paul offers. Cheers, Graham
  • I did read a comment from Smugmug "somewhere" on this recently, apparently, Capture One is used by smugmug staff and they would love to add a C1 plugin, but there is an issue with the C1 plugin ...
  • Replied in How about DAM?
    While not disagreeing with the jack of all trade comment about LR, and not denying that C1s root was in the area of commercial and fashion photography, I can't agree with the idea that its "for ...
  • That's good, so you can use the session as browser feature :-)
  • Yes. It's really worthwhile spending some time with the Capture One youtube tutorials. Just look for some of the introductory titles. It will save you a lot of wasted time and frustration. https:// ...
  • You don't save the file :-) Any processing changes that you make are saved into a small file in the  Capture one folder that shares the folder where the raw is stored. Those changes are saved ...
  • You create a new session from inside c1 and give it a name e.g. C1_Viewer.   If you leave this session open when you exit C1, it will reopen when you launch C1 again. Now, instead of importing raw ...
  • I assume you are using the free express version, which only allows catalogues in the same way as LR does. With the full version, you can set up a "session as browser", which you can then use very ...
  • Yes, I did say you needed to set this up in the preferences. Its meant to  slow C1 down a little bit if you are running it, but I haven't noticed it.  But this slowing down is also the reason why ...
  • Ok, we are just going round in circles here, as I said C1 (like many other programs) shares metadata through XMP sidecars files Using XMP sidecars is a well-accepted standard approach of sharing ...
  • Yes, catalogues always store the metadata in their catalogue, as far as I am aware, and although C1 correctly never alters a raw file (that's why you need the sidecar files for the raw files) you ...
  • If you go to the retouching forum and search, there are dozens (hundreds) of threads discussing this. The only difference between the Nikon version of Capture One pro (assuming you are meaning the ...
  • Capture One catalogues and sessions keep all this metadata in XMP sidecar files, just like Photo Mechanic does, if you want it to. You can have C1 read only XMP sidecars, or read and write them. ...
  • Replied in Haven't...
    No, neither have I, as I said in another post, I'm just going on the way its been presented by the C1 ambassadors, who are referring to it as teaming up or partnering with Nikon, and referring to ...
  • Replied in Nikon SDK
    There is no mention of these things in what I have read, only  "some" improved picture styles for "some" cameras.  (Fuji apparently wouldn't support C1 providing film emulations for older models ...
  • Replied in Nikon SDK
    The C1 ambassadors, are saying that C1 has partnered/teamed up with Nikon, in the same way they have done with Sony and Fuji, to provide a dedicated Nikon only version (s) of c1 for Nikon users (a ...
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