Do you have Capture One for Linux?

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  • Matthias Hartmann

    There is also Corel AfterShot Pro 3 for Linux. I had tested the trial version. Not bad, but no support for my Fujifilm camera. Capture One is the much better software and a Linux version would be guaranteed to get a lot of attention.

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  • John Lambiase

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  • Matthias Hartmann

    @John Lambiase : Exciting! I can't find that page on the web site. Can you please post the URL ?

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  • John Lambiase

    @Matthias Hartmann

    https://www.facebook.com/captureonepro

    I am the owner of 254AllStars.com, the one who left the initial comment. 

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  • Warren Keuffel

    I would definitely use Capture One on my Ubuntu / Pop OS machines.

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  • Kiernan May

    Another vote for C1 on linux

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  • FirstName LastName

    Give is Linux or give us death

    Jk but no really. Just had to do a clean install because windows got corrupted and I'm highly suspicious Adobe was the the culprit. I've never had issues like this with Linux. I'm begging. Linux + Capture One is my dream combo

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  • stb

    I would also really like to use a Linux version of Capture One Pro.

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  • Renos

    Waiting for a Linux release. Using alternatives to this until then.

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  • r f

    Same for me. I have just downloaded "darktable" an will switch to it in the next few days, so I can get rid of my Apple devices, which seem to disrespect privacy in the future.

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  • Daniel Rodriguez

    I currently use C1 on mac but would LOVE to switch out to linux. I already dual boot linux for certain things and C1 is pretty much one of the last things holding me back from switching full time. Resolve already works (covering my video editing needs), I pretty much just use OSX for the affinity suite and capture one.

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  • Woutoud

    Capture One is the last application keeping me on Windows right now. I love Capture One but would love it more as a native app for linux.

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  • Johannes Bumüller

    I would love to get a Capture One Version for Linux!

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  • FirstName LastName

    Please provide C1 for linux, it would be immensely beneficial, and you'd break into a market adobe has refused to touch

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  • Borja DC

    A pure linux port might not be needed, if it runs well wine/proton. And that would be much easier and cheaper to support.

    We have AAA videogames running just fine in linux with wine!!

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  • FirstName LastName

    I'd be thrilled to see Capture One on linux!

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  • Hi

    The one feature that would sell me on an upgrade from version 12 would be a Linux release.

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  • Arnold James

    I'm thinking that since an iPad app is already in development, the lion's share of the effort requiring to bring C1 to Linux is about to be done anyway. Is it really worth it ignoring us Linux users?

     

    Wine/proton may be good for games, but not so much for graphics software, since file management & dragNdrop are a huge mess..

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  • Oleg Makarenko

    Please add support for Linux.

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  • Tommy Thomas

    I would buy an Ubuntu/Linux license for CaptureOne... For sure.

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