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  • Frederike Bos

    I thought it would be released today but I can’t find it in the AppStore?

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  • Jack Williams

    @Frederike Give it a few more hours ;) the app is not yet live.

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  • Frederike Bos

    Ok thanks!

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  • Michael Gomez

    I thought I’d be able to actually tether while shooting and transfer files to an external hard drive while shooting. So far not the case from what I can tell. Big disappointment ! If I’m wrong please let me know. 

     

     

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  • Jack Williams

    @Michael Gomez Tethering is not yet possible, but it is part of the roadmap – expect it to come in a future update.

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  • Claudio Olivares Medina

    I have installed and does what its expected. Some tools are a little bit slow on my 2018 iPad Pro 11", like Clarity or Contrast, there is a delay so it takes a second or so to show results. I have a question. Where the raw files are stored when imported? I did a test importing RAF images from an HD, but it seems the files were copied to the device instead of reading from de HD.

     

    Thanks!

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  • Jan Kat

    The redeem code I have recieved as a beta tester doesn’t work, very annoying. I tried it more then once but without result. Anyone the same problem?

    Thanks!

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  • FirstName LastName

    My RAW files are being imported with Fujifilm film simulations automatically applied, is there any way to toggle this off so I can edit the original file? I may shoot in a mono simulation but then wish to edit in colour using that RAW file.

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  • Peter Sidell

    Is there a way to toggle settings on and off?

     

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  • Jack Williams

    @Claudio In Capture One for iPad, you have one catalog which imports images into the catalog folder structure. It's not possible to edit images that exist in an external location.

    It's exactly the same as using 'Copy into Catalog' in Capture One Pro - whereby your images will be copied to the device and saved into the folder structure, which exists under: On my iPad > Capture One (folder) > Capture One Catalog.cocatalog > Originals

    You'll find all of your imported RAW files in this location, in a similar structure to when working with a catalog in Capture One Pro.

    In any case, I will forward your feedback on to our PM and R&D teams. Maybe this is something we can work on in the future - but I hope I've clarified the way import works on the iPad. :) 

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  • Jack Williams

    @FirstName There's no way to turn this off in the application itself, nor is it possible to disable film simulations when you are importing. I will forward your comments onto our PM and R&D teams so that this can be considered in a future update.

     

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  • Jack Williams

    @Peter I'm unsure exactly what you're referring to. Is it a before/after setting that you mean? If so, you can tap and hold on an image in the Viewer to see how it looked before making adjustments.

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  • FirstName LastName

    @jack or give us the drop down to choose a simulation or the film standard, they are in the software already so shouldn’t be too hard, hopefully

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  • Cory

    Any update since the release over a month ago? I’m waiting to see how many things we want are actually implemented before I consider subscribing. 

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  • Jack Williams

    @Cory Any changes to current functionality will take a bit longer than a month to implement - keep an eye on the App Store for update notifications. We will also update this content as and when the app receives any update to its core functionality.

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