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How to import Styles

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  • Hartmut Wilms

    Thank you so much! I actually refrained from buying COP for iPad, because I thought importing style packs wasn't implemented. I encourage phase one to publish this information, because others might not come up with this solution either.

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  • Hartmut Wilms

    There is an issue with styles that rely on color profiles (icm files). Is there a solution?

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  • C3P iO

    I've just tried importing my RNI Films 5 styles (based on real-film ICC / icm profiles) as instructed by RNI support. 

    All seem to work very well and I can use my RNI film profiles (as styles) on iPad.

    My only issue is that the mobile version of Capture One does not respect style groups. So on iPad I have just one single "blob" of styles, which is quite hard to use, while on desktop everything is nested neatly according to film type and profile intensity.

    I used the same .costylepack file for the installation on both mobile and desktop, so I believe it is Capture One Mobile to blame.

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  • C3P iO

    @Hartmut Wilms Do you know what that issue is? I'm using icm-based (.icc file extensions) styles too, but all seems to work fine on iPad. In my case the .icc files were made by RNI (film profile vendor), I didn't try it with my own icm's yet.

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  • Jack Williams

    @Hartmut Wilms Could you elaborate a little more on the issue? You can always write to support if you think you've found a bug. You'll be able to send the files over for us to test out, as well.

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  • Jack Williams

    @C3P iO Are you importing style files or style pack files? You can create a style pack by arranging the styles into folders (groups) compressing, and then changing the file extension to '.costylepack'

    I'd encourage you to do the same as Hartmut, if you are having problems with .icm files. 

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  • Hartmut Wilms

    I do not know how to import ich or icc files. In the files app, capture one for iPad is not offered as a “target”. If I try to apply an ich/icc based style this style is disabled in CO for iPad.

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  • Hartmut Wilms

    Oh, I missed your previous post. I guess you are implying that I have to put all style files and the accompanying icm files into a single folder compress it and change the extension to costylepack. After this I have to import the pack and everything’s works out, right?

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