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capture one update and Macos x update ??

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  • Walter Rowe
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    This is why people go to a subscription. They can keep current. With subscriptions you earn 20% discount per year towards a perpetual license ("Loyalty Program"). After 5 years you have 100% discount. If at any point after that you choose to cease your subscription you can get a perpetual license for the current version for free so you can continue to use it.

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  • cengiz ozgok
    19 euros a month is not cheap for someone who has photography as a hobby and not as a profession.
    LR is slightly cheaper
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  • Ian Wilson
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    Lightroom is cheaper, but you also need to take into account whether you find the Lightroom way of working more to your liking than the Capture One way. Loads of photographers, amateur and professional, use Lightroom, and it is obviously a very good application. But I prefer Capture One, partly because I have got so accustomed to its approach over the years.

    And for versions of MacOS and of Capture One, you need to check on Capture One website what versions are supported. (Google "Capture One supported MacOS versions"). I never update MacOS until Capture One supports the new MacOS release.

    Ian

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  • cengiz ozgok

    It's absurd that you can't update your necessary macos X updates for your security reasons because C1 will refuse to work.
    Until you buy a new update C1 for 350 euro's 
    again ABSURD !!

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  • Ian Wilson
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    Well, the same goes for any software you rely on. Before updating my MacOS, I would want to check whether my Microsoft Word, or my Affinity Publisher, or my DaVinci Resolve, or my HP printer, etc would still work with it. (Although I admit that Capture One is one of the more expensive apps I have installed, so the consequences if my current version is not supported could be more costly.)

    Ian

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  • Walter Rowe
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    cengiz ozgok .. were it not for a required subscription Adobe would require the same kind of paid updates and would not backport this kind of support.

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  • cengiz ozgok

    I have bought Davinci Resolve Studio in 2012 for 300 euro and it still works after 12 years
    And I can Upgrade every new version for free !!

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  • Walter Rowe
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    cengiz ozgok

    Completely different revenue stream. Black Magic Design is a HARDWARE company. I am sure they lose money on DaVinci Resolve. They want to sell hardware.

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  • FirstName LastName

    I also have a FujiFilm, but a GFX.  Cap One seems to do a better job with the FujiFilm raw files and understands the film simulation better than other software I've used.  Not sure what Lightroom does now.  When I got the FujiFilm I did not think I would like or use the film simulation much but I've found it to be much more useful than I expected and the close support of Fuji by Cap One is appreciated.  And I work on Mac OS (not OS X for a while).  I;ve heard there is some other operating system on other laptops but I'm not familiar with it ;-). Cap One and my other software keeps up pretty well with Mac OS changes - and my printer drivers don't even need updating after an OS update any more (or rarely).

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  • Ian Wilson
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    cengiz ozgok - good. Glad to know it works for you. But DaVinci Resolve was just a random app I included  in the list (though I do have it). The point is needing to be sure that everything you rely on will still work if you update your MacOS.

    Ian

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