Do you have Capture One for Linux?

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  • Reto Omlin

    Looking at the nightmare of Windows 11, my best hope is Darling (running mac os apps in linux) or maybe wine to run capture one on my linux machine but best would still be a native solution. For now I will not update my licenses and try to go with rawtherapee until this issue is solved.

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  • FirstName LastName

    Yes, please! I only use linux and would love to get Capture One to use with my Fuji camera.

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  • FirstName LastName

    It would be fantastic using capture One with Fedora, make it happen!

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  • Andrew Pabon

    I would definitely put down money for a C1 Linux license. Even if it had to be crowdsourced before production.

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  • Martin Spendiff

    I'd love to see Capture One on Linux - That said, I think a comprehensive photo editor would need to make the jump at the same time (eg Affinity) so that you could have your entire workflow within Linux.

    +1!

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  • Jakub Kulesza

    I would buy a license for linux instantly! I will not buy for mac nor windows.

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  • wojciech w

    Yes, it would be awesome to have Linux Capture One version 

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  • Nicola P

    i would buy a license for linux immediately

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  • Yashccher

    The lack of a native Linux Capture One version is a huge deterrent and is keeping me from purchasing the software. While any native version would be appreciated, an open-sourcing of Capture One would be extra nice.

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  • József Kovács

    I don’t think Capture One will be open source, but regardless, it could run well on an open source operating system.
    Everyone should understand that teams that develop and operate high-performance systems have to be paid, as they too have to make a living from something.
    If you don’t have someone’s money for it, settle for less comfortable but free photo editors. You can also find one for Linux. If someone learns to handle these (Gimp, RawTherapee) they can take images of similar quality as using PS, LR or CaptureOne. The difference is in manageability and support! That's why you have to pay, and believe me ... it's worth paying for the license !!! This will save you a lot of time!

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  • john howe

    If Capture One had a Linux version, I could move 100% to my Linux distro. I have a mac for one single reason, photo editing on Capture One, nothing else. One damn mac and 5 wonderful Linux computers. 

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  • Vandara Peou

    Yes please, upvote for Linux!

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  • Stefano Livi

    Hi I would really like Capture one would be available for Linux ! I will very soon Wiped out macOS on my macbook pro and do a clean install with Linux. I know more and more other photographers who asked for the same. I will Install Ubuntu Studio LTS. 

     So please make it available for Linux

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  • Natalia Ghimp

    Upvote

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  • Stefano Livi

    I would love Phase one om Linux I would by it right away !

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  • Kunal Bhalla

    Would love a version for linux; I'd rather spend money on a good photo-editor instead of paying for both a Windows VM and photo editing software.

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  • Georgi Doychev

    No one likes Windows!

    We keep it on our machines because of a professional software that works only on windows or mac machine.

    I will buy immediately CaptureOne if it is available on Linux.

    Now I am switching between Linux and Windows every time to edit some photos.

     

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  • Janez Štrukelj

    Guys you have to make a Linux version! Linux doesn't have many good photo editing softwares besides darktable which is not the best in my honest opinion. I would buy a license if you get it on Linux!

    - Pop_OS user

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  • r f

    I agree with Andr: "Is Linux being considered at all? Do you have any plan for it?
    This I would like to know."

    I'd gladly pay for a Linux version!

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  • Vitali Samurov

    I bought the "Capture One Pro for Fujifilm" license and Capture One is the only reason I Am still on a Windows machine. I Am ready to buy another license if the linux version will be available.

     

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  • UlrichFirstName Amos

    I fail to understand why you would not want to do business with the open source community and I sincerely hope you have plans to put out a Linux supported version in the near future. At that time I would be one of your first LINUX customers.

    Thank You

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  • Hermann Kerr

    I moved away from Windows many years ago (I worked in IT and it made my work life a living hell) and never plan to go back and Apple products I have no interest in, even though I like the postix interface. To have photo editing software would be a godsend. I have to admit that one of the reasons I chose Fujifilm over other manufactures cameras was because of the in-camera processing. When you ever get Capture One for Linux let me know because I will be all in. Oh, I run Debian based distributions, if that matters, and I am currently running an older version of Ubuntu 64 bit and Raspbian (I don't think Raspberry Pi has the chops to do photo editing).    

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  • Rhonald John Rose

    I had to buy Mac just for Capture One Pro due to my GFX cameras. I use Linux for everything else. I would love to dump Mac and get 100% into Linux if C1P releases the Linux version. They could select Ubuntu derivative systems as their target to release the first version.

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  • Rhonald John Rose

    I had to buy Mac just for Capture One Pro due to my GFX cameras. I use Linux for everything else. I would love to dump Mac and get 100% into Linux if C1P releases the Linux version. They could select Ubuntu derivative systems as their target to release the first version.

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  • r f

    Hello CaptureOne team

    Is anybody of your team reading this thread at all? The thread is 2 years old and still quite active, and your customers still don't have an answer to the question. Lily's information updated 6 months ago is not helpful to me, because it gives no hint whatsoever if a Linux version is planned.

    In the light of the present discussion on Apple's plans to scan their users' iPhones whenever photo content is uploaded to iCloud, I have lost any trust in this company and will switch to Linux for privacy reasons, and will look for an alternative to CaptureOne if you don't offer a Linux version. It's a great pity.

    As another poster has written: As there is already a macOS (Unix-based) version of CaptureOne, I can't imagine it will be too difficult to create a Linux version as well.

    I hope we'll soon have more helpful information from you. Many thanks!

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  • Malcolm Splendiff

    why not run this as a kickstarter?.... you'd get a good indication of users that would be willing to pay

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  • Reto Omlin

    or even do the same Ton Roosendaal did with blender and make it open source 😍

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  • Malcolm Splendiff

    This a good point.... there are still ways to make money.... ask RedHat :)

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  • Bejamin Graham

    I love C1 but currently I'm using darktable (its a viable professional tool as of the last few version updates). It's getting the job done and it works in my preferred OS. Linux desktop is growing in popularity. This is a missed opportunity for the C1 team. Maybe one day they'll see that. There are people in the Linux community who are not against paying for good tools. With Apple and Microsoft leaning into more and more monitoring and privacy violations it's a good time to invest in Linux support.

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  • Sampo Vuori

    I've been using Linux, Mac and occasionally Windows. I've spent more than 1000€ on software this year .. but I never pay for software that doesn't support all of those platforms. I'm not going to lock myself out of options ever anymore.

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