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The Professional Choice In Imaging Software
Capture One Pro 9.2
ContentsCapture One 9.2 Release Notes 1
9.2.1 Bug Fixes 29.2.1 Lens Support 2
9.2 New Features 39.2 Camera and Lens Support 39.2 Feature Documentation 49.2 Bug fixes: Mac 69.2 Bug fixes: Win 8
System Requirements 10Installation 11Recommendations and limitations 12Known issues 13Supported Cameras 13
Phase One 14Mamiya Leaf 15Leaf and Mamiya Legacy 16Sony 17Canon 19Nikon 21Leica 23Fuji 24Olympus 25Ricoh 27Panasonic 28Pentax 29Samsung 30Konica Minolta 30Other 30
Phase One Lens Profiles (645) 31A-Series and Large Format Lens Profiles 31Mamiya Lens Profiles (645) 31Hasselblad V and H 32Sony Lens Profiles 33Canon Lens Profiles 34Canon Lens Profiles 35Nikon Lens Profiles 36Olympus Lens Profiles 37Pentax Lens Profiles 37Panasonic Lens Profiles 37Leica Lens Profiles 37Fixed Lens Profiles 38
Capture One Pro 9 is a professional RAW converter offering you ultimate image quality with beautiful colors and incredible detail from more than 400 high-end cameras straight out of the box. It offers state-of-the-art tethered capture, powerful digital asset management, extensive adjustment tools and a flexible workflow.
With an updated processing engine, market-leading performance and powerful new features, Capture One Pro 9 is the professional choice in imaging software. The highly responsive tools give you the power to create stunning images from your cameras RAW files, in a time-saving workflow that can be customized to fit your needs.
Capture One 9 is made by Phase One (the worlds leading manufacturer of high-end digital camera systems) in collaboration with the worlds leading professional photographers.
All run modes are included in the one installer and the run mode is determined by the license key used. The trial is also included in the installer and is registered as the full product upon activation. Capture One 9 is available in four modes (these are notated in the camera grid):
ProDB (digital back only)Pro (for Sony)Express (for Sony)
The release notes include notes for all releases of Capture One 9.2. Previous release notes can be found in the Phase One download archive.
Best regards,Team Phase One
Capture One 9.2 Release Notes
9.2.1 Mac Bug Fixes Fixed some issues relating to catalog upgrade and repair Fixed an issue causing artefacts using OpenCL with some graphics cards e.g. Nvidia
GTX 980 Ti Fixed a stability issue related to specific use of the metadata tool Fixed an issue causing images to be imported and named in reverse order Fixed a few localization issues. Fixed: Make F-keys mappable as a shortcut Fixed a catalog verification issue with missing metadata Fixed reset counter from Next Capture Adjustments menu Fixed a bug preventing LCC Dust Removal from being applied to processed images Additional minor bug fixes and improvements
9.2.1 Win Bug Fixes Fixed a couple of stability issues, in particular an issue frequently causing Capture
One Express (for Sony) to exit incorrectly Fixed a crash when importing Fuji X-Pro 2 files Fixed a hang when creating a heal layer on X-Pro 2 files Fixed an issue previewing styles Fixed a bug preventing LCC Dust Removal from being applied to processed images Fixed some OpenCL related issues occasionally causing images to be displayed
incorrectly Additional minor bug fixes and improvements
9.2.1 Lens Support Canon EF 35mm f/1.4 II USM
9.2 New FeaturesThis is a feature release, with new features, camera and lens support and bug fixes. Highlights include:
Select and deselect primary variant Select previous and next page Select by same variant position Select from file name list Make album from any selection Batch Create Masked Layer from Selection Multi image editing roundtrip for Helicon
Keyboard shortcuts for all cursor tools Minor Keyboard shortcut editor improvements Preference for disabling Phase One tethered support (like for other cameras) Better TIFF color consistency in round trip editing (what you see in Capture One
looks like what you see in e.g. Photoshop) Improved performance on 4K/5K displays and in general when hardware
accelleration is enabled Select usability improvements
9.2 Camera Support Pentax K-1 Nikon D500 Canon EOS M10 Canon G5x Canon G7x MkII Canon G9x
9.2 Lens Support Canon EF-S 18-135 f3.5-56 IS USM Sony FE 50mm f1.8 Sony FE 70-200mm f2.8 GM OSS Sony FE 28mm f2 Sony E 35mm f1.8 OSS Sony 70-200 mm F2.8 G SSM II Panasonic Lumix G Vario 14-140mm f3.5-5.6 ASPH Power O.I.S Canon G5x fixed lens Canon G7x MkII fixed lens Canon G9x fixed lens
9.2 Feature DocumentationCapture One 9.2 feature set is designed around concepts organisational efficiency and workflow, and improving compatibility for round trip editors.
The ability to grab what you want from vast arrays of images is a real time saver for any workflow.
Select and deselect primary variant Select previous and next set Select by same variant position Select from file name list Create Albums from Selection
Select and deselect primary variant is now a menu item that can be shortcut - useful for returning to a single selected image in the viewer or removing the primary from a selection. Shift-clicking the primary can also deselect images except the primary image. By default, no shortcut is set, but can be added via the shortcut editor.
Select previous set and Select next set allows the user to select a number of images, then advance by the same number. This is extremely useful for navigating spreads or multiple variants in batches. Normal varaint navigation can be made within the selection and is great way to see images e.g. 4 up, rate images, then move to the next 4.
Select by same variant position allows better segmentation of cloned variants. If a batch of images have been cloned (say to make B+W varaints) and you want to select all of these secondary clones for processing, select one, then right click -> select by -> same variant postion. All varaints with the 2 badge are now selected.
Select from file list allows the user to type or copy paste in a list of file names (maybe selected by the client) and then have Capture One select those in the list. List seperators can be chosen for most common scenarios.
Once a selection is made, any selection can now be turned into an album. Right click one of the selected images -> create albums from -> selection...
Batch Create Masked Layer from Selection
The ability to create a mask from the color editor (introduced in 9.0) can now be done on a batch of images. Select the batch and make the color pick on the primary image, followed by the Create masked layer from Selection option in the ... context menu. All variants will be masked for that color selection.
Multi image editing roundtrip for Helicon Focus
Round trip in previous versions was limited to one image at a time. In order to properly leverage the workflow in focus stacking, this operation can now be performed on multiple images.
Depending on your workflow you can leverage two options.
From RAW captures:Multiple images from the XF focus sequence tool(implemented in 9.1) can now be sent to Helicon Focus software for faster compositing. Select the sequence, then right click > Edit with... and choose Helicon Focus from the app list. RAW files will be processed, then sent to Helicon Focus in the format specified (Tiff recommended for best quality) The stacked result is sent back to the originating directory in Capture One (upon save in Helicon Focus).
From processed (e.g. Jpeg/Tiff):Alternitively already processed files can be sent to Helicon Focus (e.g. those in a retouched workflow). In this case you would select the files in the Capture One browser and right click -> Open with to edit in Helicon Focus. Files not supported by Helicon Foucs will not open in this workflow.
Cursor tools: It is now possible to assign short cuts to any cursor tool. By assigning the same shortcut to cursor tools it is possible to cycle groups of tool tips by holding shift+key. e.g. Assigning P to all pickers means you can cycle through sets of tools with shift+P
Select Collection: In the edit menu you will find new items which can be shortcut for navigating the Library tool. They have been added to aid productivity when working with a number of collections even if the Library is not currently focused, allowing navigation at any time and in any tab. Typically this is useful for navigating lists of Favourites for fast editing and rating of multiple directories.
Preference for disabling Phase One tethered support
For industrial customers using Phase Ones SDK to capture, it is now possible to switch off the Capture One driver for Phase One backs (from the prefs menu) in order to use your own implementation. This affects all Phase One products, Leaf Credo and some older OEM Mamiya backs.
Better TIFF color consistency in round trip editing
When round tripping a Tiff (e.g. to retouch in Photoshop and then back into the Capture One catalog) the colors in the Tiff now match the preview closer than ever.
9.2 Bug fixes: MacFixed since 9.1.2:
Crash when switching to Heal layer on specific image Select By Filename List not working in catalogs after renaming image TIFs for roundtrip are not always automatically added to Session Problem after importing images into new catalog Reduced lag in previewing multiple images w/styles Import with Naming-change pe