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  • Brad Trent

    So am I to understand that ‘Exported’ processed files no longer have the default location in the ‘Output’ folder in the session folder??? It sounds like the default image folder is set by the user. Why is it ‘better’ to place all output files in a different default location than the Session folder that contains the RAW files?!! Capture One always had the ability to choose where to place processed images, but having the default as the Output folder within the Session folder just makes perfect sense and didn’t need to be changed for change sake! This seems like yet another ‘feature’ no working professional photographer would EVER ask for, yet you guys felt the need to create to justify your own existence! 😡

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  • Kane Feaver

    Seems like you are now trying to make Capture One for the non-working professionals, as this new exporter just adds a ridiculous amount of time by having to open up a new dialog to choose the recipe I need. Before it was as simple as checking a box in a tool tab and hitting command D (and you could see the progress bar for confirmation). I don't want the activities window popping up every time. And totally agree with Brad Trent. Removing the granularity that makes Capture One so useful for working photographers is a good way to alienate your key users.

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  • Max Gordon

    I believe that this feature is completely backward in terms of innovation. By eliminating the output tab in the tool panel, I now have to work out of a dialogue box that won't allow me to continue my tethered shooting session in the background. I have always allowed images to be captured in as I am continuing to work throughout a different previous capture folder (fast workflow of images kicked out to on set retouchers). I am now at the mercy of the unsuppressible new panel that forces me to stay in this prosumer version of what I actually need. PLEASE PLEASE pretty PLEASE at least allow for us professional digital technicians to have the option of having it back in our tool panel. We need it desperately. Thanks for the consideration.

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  • Brad Trent

    Max...the time for being polite with these jokers has come and gone! They've long since given up on developing this app for professionals and instead seem intent on adding 'innovations' that no working professional would ever ask for. Case in point, the horrible 'update' to the way layers behave when copying and pasting. Where we once were able to simply copy and paste adjustments from one file onto other files, now you must first RESET all adjustment to the target files, then paste the desired adjustments, or else you end up with the new adjustments being pasted on top of the old layers! WHY WOULD ANYONE WANT THAT????? This all started with C1 v20 and Phase has simply ignored all calls from actual working photographers to remove this and go back to the much more logical method of copying and applying layers. And now...as you and others have noticed...by removing the 'Output' button from the interface, not only do we have another step to simply process files, but we must now pick a destination folder for the processed files instead of them being dropped into the 'Output' folder within the Session! And if tethered shooting is disabled during processing, all I can say is...WHAT THE HIGH HOLY HELL IS GOING ON WITH THE DEVELOPMENT OF THIS PROGRAM????? 

    But I have a feeling all this ranting from guys like us is just a massive waste of time, since Phase has shown they truly don't give a rat's a$$ about what working professionals want and need from their product. They claim to work with professional photographers about necessary upgrades to the app, but I think the panel of 'expert photographers' they consult when developing new versions of Capture One are nothing but tech geeks who know less about photography than my cat.....

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  • Eric Fischer

    What imbecile thought it would be a good idea to remove the process tool tab?  You are damaging our productivity and our workflows and our businesses!

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  • Ruud vd Akker

    Please give me back my Process tool tab.
    Or at least let it exist next to the "new" export function.
    That's all I am asking.

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  • Debra Pook

    This new feature is absolutely HORRIBLE for product photographers that have to process multiple exposures. It is more time consuming. 

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