Capture One uses Recipes for file settings when exporting images. Every setting is saved and will be available next time the recipe is selected. For more information on the various settings and choices, see the section on Process Recipes which offers many of the same options.
- Select the image or images to export and choose File -> Export Images -> Variants from the main menu.
- Go to the Recipe tool and select the Basic tab.
- From the Format drop-down menu, choose the desired file format.
- From the ICC Profile drop-down menu, select the appropriate output profile. The choice of color space depends on the final purpose of the image file (e.g, sRGB for Web use, Adobe RGB for print).
- In the Resolution field, specify the required resolution. Unless a specific resolution is required this can be left at 300 px/in (ppi).
- From the Scale drop-down menu, either select the default Fixed 100% to use the resolution to resize the image (keeping the native pixel count unchanged) or select the print dimensions independently to resample the image. If not sizing images for the Web or to print, you can leave the setting to the defaults.
- From the Open With drop-down menu, select a compatible application to automatically open and view a processed image. For example, Phase One Media Pro or Adobe Photoshop. This option is not recommended if multiple images are processed in one batch.
- From the File tab, select the output destination from the Root Folder drop-down menu. Select from the original image folder, another folder of your choice, or select Export Location for the Desktop or navigate to the desired folder.
- From the Adjustments tab, choose from the cropping and sharpening options as necessary.
- From the Metadata tab, add check-marks to include ratings, copyright, GPS, EXIF data, and manage keywords from the drop-down menu.
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