Do you have Capture One for Linux? Lily January 13, 2020 14:13 Updated Follow QUESTION Do you have Capture One that can run on Linux? ANSWER Currently, the Capture One software is only compatible with macOS and Windows. Please see the system requirements here. Related articles Minimum system requirements to run Capture One Will Capture One run on my iPad/iOS? Are there dodge and burn tools in Capture One? Where can I download Capture One Express for Fujifilm / (for Sony) / for Nikon? Why is my camera not recognized/detected? Comments 24 comments Sort by Date Votes Lars Künstler January 15, 2020 14:15 i would buy a license for linux immediately 13 Comment actions Permalink Alessandro Frigeri January 19, 2020 08:43 It would be great to have Capture One on Linux desktops 13 Comment actions Permalink NNN636814414886625974 February 05, 2020 21:23 I'm a current user that just stopped using macOS and after using Windows for a little while would be very glad to use a Linux version instead. 6 Comment actions Permalink Robin February 23, 2020 23:30 I'd love if Capture One was on Linux ! I'd be so much easier 6 Comment actions Permalink Daniel Nehls March 27, 2020 09:10 +1 for Linux support 7 Comment actions Permalink JohnBrady April 03, 2020 18:21 I'd gladly pay for Capture One on Linux. It's one of the few applications preventing me from migrating from the Mac to Linux. 6 Comment actions Permalink Peter Smitt April 03, 2020 23:58 i also would like to see a linux version and i would definitly buy a licens or subscription. 6 Comment actions Permalink Andr April 24, 2020 14:02 This not super useful. Is Linux being considered at all? Do you have any plan for it?This I would like to know.All the major softwares used in the VFX industry support Linux, because it's the most performant OS.I'm a Windows user, I have never used Linux but I'd love to establish my workflow on it. Unfortunately the ONLY software I use that doesn't support Linux is Capture One. As much as I like Capture One I'm not really sure it would be worth to keep an SSD and an OS only for one software. 5 Comment actions Permalink Tomas Mikeska May 06, 2020 12:41 I think porting on linux would be a big step, first one and only one pro software for linux audience ... 5 Comment actions Permalink Andreas Gruber May 12, 2020 11:46 Edited Hopefully Linux will get supported soon. Since Windows 10 is getting worse and worse.I'd like to switch to Linux (Ubuntu or Mint).C1 is the only thing holding me back at the Moment. 4 Comment actions Permalink Marc Werner May 13, 2020 08:38 I want to use C1 on my Linux too... make it at least somehow work with wine maybe? 4 Comment actions Permalink Bharat Anumolu May 13, 2020 16:46 Please port to Linux IMMEDIATELY. Charge more for it!! I'd be happy to pay more for your application. I have Capture One Pro 20 right now running on Windows 10 and Win 10 sucks. 3 Comment actions Permalink behrooz aghashahi May 14, 2020 08:48 since adobe didn't enter Linux OS, then capture one can use this opportunity and have a lot of user in linux system. many users on Linux are waiting for a photo editing software and if capture one can develop Linux version, just can win the game in Linux. 5 Comment actions Permalink Stefan Schwarz May 23, 2020 20:24 Support for Linux! +1 4 Comment actions Permalink Timothy Hale May 24, 2020 10:41 Support for Linux! pleease! 3 Comment actions Permalink Stefano Ciurleo May 25, 2020 10:25 I'm using Mac only because of capture one, support for linux could be great! 3 Comment actions Permalink Paul Johnson June 02, 2020 04:55 Another vote for Linux support. The Apple OS is a Linux variant. How tough could it be? This is the only software I need to go entirely to Linux, like every photographer in the world. C'mon. Take my money. 3 Comment actions Permalink julien thomas June 11, 2020 13:13 Please consider a Linux version! I have to maintain a dual boot system for the sole purpose of Capture1 (and photoshop...) No problem to pay more for it! 4 Comment actions Permalink Frank Weder June 19, 2020 11:08 We need a linux version! Now that Lenovo will be offering ubunto and redhat on their laptops and even helping to push developing much further for more tools, it might be a good decision. And like many said, there is no good Photo Editing tool on Linux right now, so why not be the first and take this chance. Cheers 3 Comment actions Permalink Mark Maas July 01, 2020 19:08 I agree with Frank. Dell, Lenovo and others are selling laptops with Linux pre-installed. More are following. It's no longer a niche thing. All my work is online, Office 365, Gdrive, google suite, cloud management, it's all done with the browser. Games run great on Linux nowadays, and as a developer I would not want anything else anymore. Well... I'd like Capture One Pro on linux ;-) You would be outsmarting Adobe, they have not dared to tap into this market, and it has growing potential. And when you are first.... you have the advantage! 1 Comment actions Permalink SFA July 01, 2020 21:40 Mark, I would have to assume that Adobe, with their very broad market presence, have looked at the Linux potential and decided that it is unlikely to produce enough business to justify the cost of creating and supporting such a move. Indeed they probably see far more business potential spending cash and resources on apps for mobile devices. Wikipedia (yeah, I know. I'll take a shower when I have finished this reply ...) offers the following: "In the area of desktop and laptop computers, Microsoft Windows is generally above 70% in most markets and at 77% to 87.8% globally, Apple's macOS is at around 9.6% to 13%, Google's Chrome OS is up to 6% (in the US) and other Linux distributions are at around 2%" Now it is also possible I suppose that 2% of people who take photos make use of RAW convertors and thus, by statistical inference, all RAW shooters must run Linux ... but I tend to feel that might be a long shot. 2 Comment actions Permalink Mark Maas July 02, 2020 05:45 Hi SFA, Hehe, yeah that is correct. MS and Mac are still the bigger platforms yes. And I never said Linux was about a large amount of customers. I said it has potential to be so in the future. And it does! The market is small because lots of software does not run on it! When the software comes, the people will come. All I'm saying is: that shift is here. It's happening, it's starting with hardware vendors selling laptops/desktops with Linux on their machines. Besides: 2% of 2 million computers is 400000, if only 10% of those are buying, that's still 40.000 customers. And we are not talking about 2 million computers, the number is way larger. A lot of companies would be happy with such market potential ;-) 2 Comment actions Permalink Peter Goodman July 11, 2020 20:24 Given the obtrusive nature of Windows (now forcing their programs to open with no option to opt-out) and given that some of us are tethering through various means, Windows makes the tethering nearly impossible without going through a constant re-set of the programs. Though not in a pro level at this moment, and given that Linux has advanced tot he point of working seamlessly with so many other programs, it would be highly advantageous for the CO team to associate to the Linux system. 1 Comment actions Permalink FirstName LastName July 12, 2020 02:46 Would love to see this on linux-- would pay for it! The osx version is already running on a unix-like system... 1 Comment actions Permalink Please sign in to leave a comment.