The Output tool tab features a number of parameters to help define how images are processed.
The Process Recipe tool includes parameters such as file formats, quality, color space, and resolution. The size of a processed file can also be configured. Users can also decide what specific metadata will be included in the processed image file and systematically rename output files as desired. Users can also add watermarks and save process recipes as well as process to multiple formats at the same time.
The Batch tool displays a queue that will automatically start when the Process button is pressed. You can control the queue for processing and check which images have been processed previously in the Batch tool. Press backspace to delete images from the queue or drag-and-drop the listed image files into a preferred arrangement to change the process order. It is also possible to reprocess files from the history tab. The Batch tool was previously located in the Batch tool tab but then was moved to the Output tool tab starting from version 20 (13.1.0). The Batch tool tab was removed in Capture One 20 (13.1.0).
NOTE: With the release of Capture One 21 (14.3.0) Output tool tab has been removed and all export tools have been moved into the new Exporter. The Batch Queue and Process History have been removed from the export settings.
The tokens Sub Name and Job Name have been also removed, as export location and naming are now recipe specific. You can use free text in the Format field.
Read more about the Exporter in this article.