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Rating and color correction from old session

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  • BeO
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    Does the folder which contains your images on the NAS have a subfolder called "CaptureOne"? Beneath that there is a Settingsxxx folder which contains your edits, colors and ratings. If these folders are missing then you opened the base raw files without any adjustments.

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  • SFA
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    aya

    Was your old "session" and Capture One Session or a Catalog? Or just a folder of files?

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  • aya

    BeO Yes, it does have CaptureOne folder with subfolders Cashe, Setting 110, Setting 120, Setting 153.

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  • aya

    SFA It's in session, not a catalogue. In the folder of the job, I have session file, Capture folders a few other folders like in the picture.

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  • Ian Wilson
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    The ratings, adjustments, etc, should be in subfolders of the ranges folders (Capture, Output, etc) like this

    It's the Settings subfolder which is crucial: the Cache folder has thumbnails and previews, which Capture One can regenerate if needed. 

    I'm not sure what you mean by "I opened the file from NAS (Synology) and not direct from the original external hard drive." In what way did you open it "from" the NAS? Had you moved the session folder to the NAS from the original external hard drive? If so, did you move it with all its subfolders?

    Ian

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  • SFA
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    aya,

    The setting folder should contain the .cos files ( and maybe some other file types but the .cos are the ones you need for the tags you mentioned) for each of the editable images in the folder  - presumably the Capture folder has the original image files and the Settings folders are sub-folders in the Capture Folder?

    (The images may now be somewhere else but, for now, let's keep this simple.)

    In the Settings folders you should find .cos files with the same file names as the editable file types found in the Capture folder. 

    110 indicates that at some point C1 version 11 was used.  This probably pairs with the cosessiondb.backup file

    120 indicates that at some point version 12 was used to open the session originally created using version 11. Some internal changes around that time may have added fields to the .cos (Capture One Settings) files and the .cos files have been updated to match V12 expectations. The older versions were retained as a backup and incase anyone ever wised to re-open the old V11-compatible session. The 120 file probably pairs with the cosessiondb.backup 1 file.

    153 indicates that a more recent version (15.3 or later, iirc) has been used to read the session and pairs with the currently active session file. As before, in there should be .cos file for each of the images connected to the session.

    Colour tags and star ratings are stored in the .cos files, along with all of the other edits. They should be carried forward each time the session is opened in a new version of C1 that requires a .cos file update. If the file format has not changed for any reason then the older version of the .cos will be all that is required.

    So, what are the possible sources of your problem?

    1. For some reason .cos file update has not included the missing tags. Are all of the other edits as expected? If not then, at some point, opening the folder of images may not have carried forward all of the previous edits. C1 may have generated a completely new set of .cos files. This is not something I have experienced at any time and the backup cosessiondb files suggest that normal session updates have been successfully applied. However, it would still be worth checking the contents.
    2. The colour and ratings tags are set-up to be applied from a synchronized external source file rather than internal values and that source file exists but has no values for color and ratings for the file being viewed.

    If 2. is a possibility it may make sense to investigate that first.

    To check what the data looks like in the .cos files for idea 1. will mean opening some sample .cos files in a text editor and checking for some values. Not difficult, especially if you are already comfortable using a text editor. But check for the Synch option first  - including the related settings for the option in the C1 Preferences tool.

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  • aya

    Yes, I see the settings under the Capture folder. 

    I'm opening the file form the Network, so nothing is directly connected to my laptop with a cable, I don't know if that is the reason of this bug but that's the only different thing I do. When the job is old, I keep the original external hard drive as well, but it's faster and easier to access directly from NAS. But then I'm encountering the rating and color adjustment not showing correctly. 

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  • Ian Wilson
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    I have never worked with an NAS myself, but I know that Capture One users have sometimes found them troublesome. I think it may be to do with the connection to the NAS not being fast enough. 

    Ian

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  • SFA
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    NAS can be strange and sometimes a little slower than expected.

    If mine (Wireless Networked) has hibernated it does not always "wake up" on demands from an Application and sometimes requires me to give it a kick via Windows.

    However, if it normally works for you, but not in this case, It seems unlikely to be a specifically NAS issue.

    What settings do you have in the Preferences for Sync options?

    Also ...

    What names do the .cos files have in the Settings153 folder? 

    Have the original files in the Capture folder been renamed at some point and saved as IIQ files?

    The .cos file names, except for the .cos extension, need to be exactly the same as the original files. 

    I can't really be sure they are based on the screen grab.

    If at some point in their lives between versions perhaps, the files have been renamed, perhaps outside C1, the original file name and the .cos file name could be mismatched.

    If that happened before the most recent update of C1 (to Settings153) C1 would see the renamed files as new files, not previously edited, and create new .cos files, potentially absent any edits, especially colour and rating flags.

    I need to refresh my memory about the details of the contents of IIQ files.

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  • SFA
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    Also ...

    Have the IIQ files and their edits ever been exported/saved as EIP files?

     

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