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OM 1 Mk2/Capture One Pro 23 workaround

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  • Brian Jordan
    Moderator

    I’m not an Olympus shooter so I can’t test this but wouldn’t the Adobe DNG Converter be easier? Here’s a link for more info. https://helpx.adobe.com/camera-raw/using/adobe-dng-converter.html

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  • Walter Rowe
    Moderator
    Top Commenter

    Please go to the https://CaptureOne.ideas.aha.io site and upvote support for this camera.

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  • David Croxford

    Brian Jordan Yes probably but I'm not familiar with that software as much as I am Lightroom.  Maybe 6 of one and half dozen of the other kind of scenario?  I'm just thankful to have a solution that gets me using the C1 software again.  So many times I'm in situations where I'm forced to use available light and relatively hi ISO and C1's performance in that realm is much better than LR.  Thanks for the response. Cheers!

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  • Brian Jordan
    Moderator

    Adobe DNG is the exact same conversion engine as LR **if** all you're doing is importing the RAW then immediately exporting the DNG.  If you're doing other edits inside LR, then DNG isn't going to help.  So if the former, give it a shot.  It's free.  Why not?  If the latter, keep on keepin' on.

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  • David Croxford

    @Brian Jordan exactly what I'm doing  - no edits in LR at all just an in and out procedure to get the .orf's to a .dng - I'll give it a try and see which one is faster.  Thanks again! Cheers!

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  • Jack W
    Admin

    This isn't feedback about the forum. Moving to a more appropriate topic.

    Please direct any product feedback here: https://captureone.ideas.aha.io/

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  • jandieck

    I basically use the same workaround. But since I don't have a Lightroom licence, I use the OM Workspace to convert the RAW files to TIF files. It's a tedious extra step and unfortunately you're also working with extremely large files (about 120 MB). As soon as Capture One can process the RAW files of the OM 1 ii, I will copy/paste all adjustments from the TIF files to the RAW files in Capture one and then delete the TIF files.

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