When I copy Layers between images in Capture One 20, new Layers are automatically created and added on top of the existing Layers. Then the images look not the way they are supposed to as several layers are stacked on top of each other. How should I copy Layers?
Capture One 20 opens up for a more flexible, layer-centric workflow. You can now select which layers you would like to copy to other images, instead of copying everything or nothing as before. Additionally, the Layers that get applied to other images will now be added on top of any Layers that might already be present, instead of replacing them.
NOTE: The copied layers will not replace or update any existing layers on the destination variants by the same name. Applying the Layers selected in the Adjustment Clipboard will create new layers on the destination variants.
To leave the recently copied layers only, go to the Layers tool, select the relevant adjustment Layer from the list, click on the Delete Layer button (- icon). Repeat this procedure for all the Layers you no longer need.
It is now possible to copy and apply Layers between images of different dimensions as well, making it much easier to streamline a workflow where, for example, multiple cameras are used and Styles are applied to Layers.