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  • Ian Wilson
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    In version 23 you should be able to use the panorama and HDR features.  (In fact the panorama and HDR stitch tools were introduced in Capture One 22 (release 15.0) so you should be able to use them with any version from then on.)

    But have you realised that they work on raw files only, unlike some other apps that work on JPG or TIFF files.

    Have you see the tutorial on Panoramas?

    https://support.captureone.com/hc/en-us/articles/8700689342493-Panorama-Stitch 

    If you are doing what that says, and you are still having trouble, explain in more detail what exactly you have done in trying to get this to work.

    Ian

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  • Werner Lorentsen

    Hei, Takker for svaret.  

    Har sett introduksjonsvideoen.

    Mine bilder som er tatt med Sony-A7 har filformat *.ARW

    Må de ha formatet *.RAW? Og går det eventuelt ann å konvertere til *.RAW i Capture One?

    i forbindelse med panorama virker det som det må være *RAW fil?

    Werner.

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  • Ian Wilson
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    A raw file is just the pure data from the camera sensor. Different camera brands use different file names, but a Sony raw file is .ARW, a Nikon raw file is .NEF, and so on. So your .ARW files are fine.

    Ian

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  • Werner Lorentsen

    Hei igjen.

    Nå ligger alt tilrette for å lage panorama med mine ARW filer, står høyreklikk på bildet å velg sammenføy panorama.

    I mitt program Capture One 23 får jeg fortsatt ikke lov å velge panorama eller HDR, disse boksene er fortsatt mørke å ikke lar seg åpne.

    Fortvilet.....

    Werner.

     

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  • Werner Lorentsen

    Hei igjen.

    Nå ordnett det seg, måtte sette de inn som to like biider først, så fikk jeg muligheten til å lage panorama.

    Takk for all støtte.

    Werner.

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  • Ian Wilson
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    So you select at least two .ARW files that can be stitched (in other words they are actually of scenes that overlap a bit) and you choose Stitch to Panorama on the Image menu (or right click and choose the same)?

    Ian

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