Do you have Capture One for Linux?

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  • Matthias H

    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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  • Matthias H

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

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  • 254AllStars.com

    @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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  • Calin Cascaval

    I would switch to Linux instantly.

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  • Boris boris

    I just switched to Linux. Windows 11 is no option for me (due to various reasons), so I decided to jump off the Windows-train. Thus I sadly cannot use my Capture One anymore. Having a native C1 version would be awesome. I would instantly buy a license.

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  • Matthias L

    Same for me: I would love to have Capture One running natively on my Ubuntu machines..!

    +1

    I am a C1 Pro user for quite some time now and C1 is the only reason I keep Win10 VMs running on my systems. It's running ok using VMware Workstation Player, but native support would be fantastic!

    By the way: has anyone experience with C1 and Wine or Proton (Valves/Steams fork of Wine)?

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  • Matthias H

    Several attempts to install C1 in Wine (Manjaro) ended negatively.

    Either way, Wine is not an option for me. Only a Linux-native software is interesting imho

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  • Hi

    Not to speak blasphemy on a support forum for Capture One or anything, but

    Darktable is excellent. It follows a different design paradigm than C1 as it's modular and often gives you many ways to do a thing, but it's a true open source project and that's just how those things are. The community support is incredible though and folks are pretty generous with their attention.

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  • r f

    I did the same as Hi and use darktable now. As there are no infos whatsoever from the C1 team concerning a Linux version, I have given up hoping ... It's a pity, I would have been glad to buy a licence for a Linux version. Using Windows or macOS is meanwhile no option for me (no privacy, bloated operating system).

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  • Matthias H

    Corel AfterShot Pro is also a good option for Linux. 
    Unfortunately there is no support for my Fuji camera yet

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  • FirstName LastName

    +1

    I would switch back to Linux instantly

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  • William william.mauclet+captureone

    I would also be absolutely interested!

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  • 254AllStars.com

    Hi, r f, Matthias,

     

    Lets not lose sight of this thread. I am sure people who are serious about photography have already looked at the open source options. I shoot sports photography and I am have been using Raw Therapee for the last 4 years. I have tried to use Darktable multiple times and have walked away frustrated more than the fingers on my hand. The amount of options in programs like Raw Therapee and Dark Table are daunting to say the least and you almost have to be an engineer in color science to understand them.

     

    With Raw Therapee, I could never get my Noise levels remotely near other sport photographers. I had to purchase a stand alone Neat Image license (Which they make for Linux, because they care) to reduce the noise I am dealing with at 6000 to 12500 iso.

     

    On another topic after a Linux Update, Neat image stopped working for me. I reached out to Neat Image and after three days, they Put the fix in and applied it to all future versions. For a brief second before the update was shared with the world, I literally had a custom version of Neat Image.

     

    Dark Table and Raw Therapee do not make it easy to process raw images when you have to go through 2000 photos for a deadline. With the advent of LED lighting and the potential for each light to have a slightly different color hue, something that is accurate in auto mode would be very nice. Raw Therapee is not the ticket for that/

     

    I mean seriously, do I have to walk around a gym and take a photo while holding a gray color card under each light?

     

    I would love it if the open source programs would work as efficiently and as good as the pay for versions, but unfortunately there is a large gap.

     

    Capture one, you posted this thread two years ago. You either care to listen to the more than 100 people who have posted here or you do not. It’s time to either agree on a linux version or stop leading us on.

     

    John Lambiase

    254AllStars.com

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