Capture One

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Capture One
Capture One logo.jpg
Developer(s) Phase One
Stable release
11.2.0.111 (ba8b1c6) / July 5, 2018; 3 months ago (2018-07-05)
Operating system Windows, macOS
Type Image post-production
License Proprietary
Website www.phaseone.com/captureone/

Capture One (also known as Capture One Pro) is software for cataloguing images, processing raw image files, image editing and tethered photography, developed by Phase One.[1] Capture One works with raw files from many different digital cameras as well as TIFF and JPEG image files.[2]

Features[edit]

Capture One 11 Pro is available for macOS and Microsoft Windows. It is localized for Chinese (simplified), Czech, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Spanish and Swedish.

There is a version available for owners of digital camera backs from Phase One, Mamiya, and Leaf called Capture One DB (digital back only).

Versions of the software that work only with Sony digital cameras are available called Capture One Express Sony and Capture One Pro Sony.

Features include[3] film grain, repair layers, local adjustments, keystone correction, black and white conversion, ability to print directly from Capture One, Profoto studio plug-in, Profoto capture and lighting integration, extension to iPad and iPhone with Capture Pilot,[4] noise reduction, color correction, spot removal, HDR tools, lens tools and sharpening tools.

Version history[edit]

  • Portrait One (Discontinued), Portrait One Executive, Portrait One Lite, Portrait One Sales.
  • Lightphase Capture v2 (Discontinued, changed name to "Capture One" from version 2.7)
  • Capture One PRO, Capture One DB, Capture One LE
  • Capture One v3 (Discontinued)
  • Capture One v4 (Discontinued), Capture One 4 PRO, Capture One 4 DB, Capture One 4. – first in December 2007[5] and in October 2008 for the PRO version,[6]
  • Capture One v5 (Discontinued), Capture One 5 PRO, Capture One 5 DB, Capture One 5. Unveiled in October 2009,[7]
  • Capture One v6 (partly discontinued Nov -12, (Capture One 6 was announced in December 2010)[8]
  • Capture One v7 – Nov -12, implements features such as catalogs, advanced OpenCL
  • Capture One v7.0.1 – Nov. 28th, 2012 – addressed performance, live view, and memory handling on Macs.[9]
  • Capture One v7.0.2 – Jan. 14th, 2013 – Returned Canon camera tethering that had plagued Capture One 7 and Capture One 6.4.3 and 6.4.4 on OS X 10.7.5 and 10.8.[10]
  • Capture One v7.1 – Feb. 25, 2013 – Fixed a bug when tethering Canon cameras on a Mac that would force you restart the application if the camera became disconnected or fell asleep. A new feature of combining a Session with a Catalog was added.[11]
  • Capture One v7.1.2 – Jun. 17, 2013 – Adds the ability to link Profoto studio light to the aperture or ISO settings of the Phase One 645DF+ or DSLR camera.[12]
  • Capture One v7.2.1 – Mar. 31, 2014 – Fixed an OpenCL related issue on the new Mac Pro with D300 and D500 graphics cards.[13]
  • Capture One v7.2.2 – Apr. 30, 2014 – Fixed an EIP issue typically occurring when using EIP in conjunction with LCC and local adjustments.[14]
  • Capture One v8 – Sep. 16, 2014 – Improved image quality, repair layers, film grain, local white balance, improved user interface.[15]
  • Capture One v8.0.1 – Oct. 6, 2014 – Support for uncompressed file formats from Nikon D810 and D4s.[16]
  • Capture One v8.0.2 – Nov 2014 – Support for Mac OS X 10.10, added support for several cameras and lenses.[17]
  • Capture One v8.1 – Dec. 18, 2014 – Editing in Photoshop, improved Auto Adjust, Quick Cursor Tools, improved Naming, multiple guides, 16 adjustment layers and more, improved capture and lens support.[18]
  • Capture One v8.1.1 – Feb. 5, 2015 – Support for Leica, Olympus and Panasonic cameras raw files as well as support for Rodenstock HR Digaron, Leica and Panasonic lenses.[19]
  • Capture One v8.2 – Mar. 24, 2015 – Adds a 3-way Color Balance Tool, Dynamic Locations, under-the-hood improvements for tethering and more. Adds support for various cameras and lenses, mainly Zeiss Distagon. Fixes several bugs.[20]
  • Capture One v8.2.1 – Apr. 2, 2015 – Fixes bugs running on a scaled-resolution Mac. Adds support for the Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark II high-resolution files.[21]
  • Capture One v8.2.2 – Apr. 30, 2015 – Fixes OpenCL, crash and AppleScript bugs, amongst others.[22]
  • Capture One v8.3 – Jun. 2, 2015 – New tethering engine on Mac, IQ style grid modes, camera settings tool and Capture Tool. Includes camera file and tethering support for several cameras and for DNG 1.4. Support for two Nikon lenses and the Schneider Kreuznach Macro LS 120mm f/4.0 macro lens.[23]
  • Capture One v8.3.1 – Jun. 30, 2015 – Support for raw files from many cameras, such as the Sony ILCE-7RM2 (preliminary support) and for the Schneider Kreuznach 35mm f/3.5.[24]
  • Capture One v8.3.2 – Jul. 21, 2015 – Camera support for Canon cameras, such as the Canon 5DS/5DS R.[25]
  • Capture One v8.3.3 – Sep. 7, 2015 – Support for Windows 10 64-bit, for raw files from several cameras like the Nikon D810A, for Sony, Canon, Nikon and Zeiss lenses.[26]
  • Capture One v8.3.4 – Oct. 27, 2015 – Support for Mac OS X 10.11, files and tethering support for devices such as the Sony ILCE-7RM2 and ILCE-7SM2.[27]
  • Capture One v9 – Nov. 30, 2015 – Improved DNG color treatment, Luma curves and local curves, revised contrast algorithms and asset management tools.[28]
  • Capture One v9.0.1 – Dec. 17, 2015 – Camera support for the DxO One, lens support for Rodenstock HR Digaron-W 4.0/32mm and Sony DT F3.5-5.6 SAM II.[29]
  • Capture One v9.0.2 – Support for the Phase One IQ3 100MP medium format camera.[30]
  • Capture One v9.0.3 – Jan. 20, 2016[31]
  • Capture One v9.1 – Mar. 17, 2016 – New shortcuts, rotatable live view and Color Editor tool. New lens and camera body supports.[32]
  • Capture One v9.2 – Jun. 23, 2016 – New selection tools, new rate and cull workflow, new color management for TIFFs, new Shortcut Engine. New lens and camera body support.[33]
  • Capture One v10.0 – Dec. 1, 2016 – New Camera Focus tool, new Filter for orientation of images, more Apple Script properties, Optimized for Jpeg Output, LCC for 100MP, move folders in catalogs, compressed raw support, auto masking and openCL default. New lens and camera body support.[34]
  • Capture One v10.1 – May 4, 2017 – Adds PSD support, delete options, re-designed X-trans processing, Fuji compressed support, temporary reset, styles user interface redesign, token watermarking, vectorscope color balance orientation for panel users and more AppleScript classes for automation/power users.[35]
  • Capture One v11. – Nov. 30, 2017 – New Annotations tool, Layers integration and Masking versatility.
  • Capture One v11.0.1 – Jan. 18, 2018 – Additional lens support as well as support for the Fujifilm X-E3.
  • Capture One v11.1 – Apr. 11, 2018 – New Normalize tool, workflow improvements, and support for new cameras.[36]
  • Capture One v11.1.1 – May 3, 2018 – Support for Leica M (typ 262) and minor bug fixes[36]
  • Capture One v11.2 – Jul. 5, 2018 – Support for Capture One Cultural Heritage (CH) on Windows, support for new cameras.[36]

References[edit]

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