A thumbnail is a smaller version of the original image located in the Browser section.
Collapse or expand a Variant group if you have a number of variants for a certain image. Click on the small icon in the top left corner of a thumbnail. Find out more about Variant Groups.
Adjust and set the thumbnail size by dragging the zoom slider located in the top-right corner of the Browser window or by selecting View -> Browser Zoom. Please note that the zoom slider is not present when using the Filmstrip mode.
An icon in the bottom-right corner will appear as soon as any image adjustments are applied. All the adjustments are listed within the Adjustments Clipboard.
Offline and View Only icons
- Offline. A question mark icon appears when an image is offline. Image files that are located inside a catalog and files that are referenced in their current location can be browsed offline.
- View Only. An eye icon means that the file has a View Only permission status. This means users have the right to view the image but are unable to make any modification.
An orange cog icon will appear in a thumbnail while the file is being processed. The icon will turn white once the processing is complete.
This icon also signifies that the file has a 'Variant Process History' that the user can access by selecting Adjustments -> Process History.
Appearance Warning and Read Only icons
Appearance Warning. An exclamation mark signifies that there may be a problem with the appearance of an image. This can be caused when an image is rendered using settings from a later version of Capture One.
Read Only. A crossed over pencil will appear in the bottom-right corner of an image if a file is unsupported or if you don’t have the access rights to edit a file. You might see this read-only icon if you try to edit image files located on a camera or an external disk that is not connected.
NOTE: JPEG files will have a read-only icon if the Enable JPEG Editing option is unchecked.
Collapse or expand a Variant group if you have a number of variants for a certain image. Click on the small icon in the top-left corner of a thumbnail. Find out more about Variant Groups.