I am running Capture One 22 15.4.3 on MacOS Ventura, everything has been running smoothly. Have one large catalog with "Referenced Image Files" on an external SSD where also all the jpgs and RAWS are located.
Been tinkering about moving the actual catalog to the internal SSD on my Mac, so I have the possibility to open catalog offline.
From what I can read on different forums and posts, the actual CO DB file should be a package in MacOS. But when I control-click(right-click) on the file I do not get the possibility to chose "Show Package content".
Has there been a change in the file structure of Capture One?
As mentioned above I have both the Capture One database file and all photos on an external SSD. But I can see that some mention both a cocatalog file and a cocatalogdb file.
I only seem to have an cocatalogdb file, and I am not able to "Show package content" on that file.
Should I also have an cocatalog?
Can't seem to locate such file anywhere - or is that in Windows and not Mac?
I also have separate "Adjustment" and "Cache" folder where my cocatalogdb file is, but unsure if that is part of my cocatalogdb or if it is some legacy from an quick backup I did, when my NAS was not online where I normally take Capture One backups to.
So has there been some changes to the way Capture One present and store things on a file level in MacOS?
My installation doesn't seem to look like all the guides and posts about the structure :)
Any clarification and help is much appriciated.
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