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Mac - Light Falloff is not applied correctly.

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  • Łukasz Gałecki

    This bug is present in CO since at least version 9. In my case it appears in all images from sessions I move between workstations. It is visible only in sessions workflow, catalogs are free of it. It often reapers when I move session to archive on different drive and reopen session some time later (probably because of different version of CO then one used to create original adjustments). Only fix I found is to reset lens correction tool and reapply correction. Below screen of two variants of same raf file, one affected and other after reseting and replaying correction. Overcorrection is visible in browser and it affects Mac and windows. Version of Capture One used is 16.2.5 so this bug fix is very far away from being implemented. 

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  • Maryn Haertel

    I'm still experiencing this issue. Very frustrating when working with thousands of e-com images. Will there be an update soon?

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  • Łukasz Gałecki

    I wouldn’t expect them to fix it. It was present from Version 10. Posting on this forum is like hitting wall with the head, completely pointless. There is high probability no one will reply. Instead try to fill support case directly with Capture One.

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  • Łukasz Gałecki

    Be careful using manufacturer profiles. Capture One is so dumb that it is applying my GF 63 built in profile to GF 120 and reverse while I shoot tethered and switch lenses ( no option to use manufacturer profile as default so you have to set preset).

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  • Jack W
    Admin

    Łukasz Gałecki Sounds weird.

    Have you tried it with a fresh session and a clean install to make sure it's not a preset or something like next capture adjustments?

    Otherwise, let our support team know.

     

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  • Łukasz Gałecki

    Exactly it is caused by preset. I just mentioned it because Capture One always use own profile for lens correction. It’s impossible to set manufacturers profile as default during capture. I use next capture settings to override it and use manufacturer profiles for some lenses as I feel corrections applied by CO is essentialy the same but cause some crop.

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  • Jack W
    Admin

    Ah I see, sorry for the confusion!

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  • Thodoris Chorianopoulos
    Admin

    Łukasz Gałecki & Maryn Haertel Can you please let us know the version of Capture One you are using and you are still experiencing the issue?

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  • Łukasz Gałecki

    My post from 3 months ago (screens included):

    "This bug is present in CO since at least version 9. In my case it appears in all images from sessions I move between workstations. It is visible only in sessions workflow, catalogs are free of it. It often reapers when I move session to archive on different drive and reopen session some time later (probably because of different version of CO then one used to create original adjustments). Only fix I found is to reset lens correction tool and reapply correction. Below screen of two variants of same raf file, one affected and other after reseting and replaying correction. Overcorrection is visible in browser and it affects Mac and windows. Version of Capture One used is 16.2.5 so this bug fix is very far away from being implemented."

    link fork sake of clarity: https://support.captureone.com/hc/en-us/community/posts/10984244456349/comments/13983288782749

    At the moment I use version 16.3.3 and it only happened with one photo so far as I recall. Before with 16.2.5 almost all sessions I moved between workstations (Windows and Mac) where affected. It might not affect me anymore since I use almost exclusively manufacturers correction profiles for my GFX photos. One in the post I linked use CO profile.

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  • Thodoris Chorianopoulos
    Admin

    Łukasz Gałecki Thus far, I have been unable to replicate the observed behavior using version 16.3.3. Kindly, if you encounter a recurrence of the issue with the most recent software iterations, kindly submit a report to the Capture One support page. This will enable us to further address and potentially resolve the matter conclusively. I will continue my efforts to investigate the issue as well.

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  • Walter Kircher

    Today upgraded to new C1 version... 16.3.4.5 on Mac... voila, like magic now a lens profile for the Sony GM II 24-70F2.8 exists... starting from scratch with some files... always doing sessions... there is now following happening. Light falloff is not automatically corrected opening the fils = slider to 0%... it looked okay... and if adjusting the slider to 100% i got safe over correction now regardless of aperture.. 

    With old C1 version I "had" to use the manufacturer profile... for the 2470 lens...  and should not try batch processing for lens corrections... depending on aperture i received sweet overcorrecting of light fall-of. Correcting this strange behavior had to reset sliders to 0 and change two times the lens profile to be back at manufacturer profile.. to get it work.... nice job if you use diffferent lenses and many photos... 

     

    Anyway i did not recognize strange behavior with C1 own lens profiles before. Just sometimes some files got no correction... 0%... most others got correction with 100% for distortion... lottery...

    My wishlist would be:

    Just autocorrect all photos at import... with correct lens profiles and please with correct results. Just my logic how it should be.

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  • Jack W
    Admin

    You can achieve that by using a preset when importing. Manufacturer profiles will also be applied by default upon import.

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