Capture one pro 20 problem

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  • ALBERTO POMARES
    This happens to me only what in the grid (small) mode. In large edit mode works just fine.
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  • NNN637127135316925610
    NNN637083489413018288 wrote:
    This happens to me only what in the grid (small) mode. In large edit mode works just fine.


    sorry, I don't understand very well, how do I disable this grid mode? I don't know this option. thanks!
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  • Ian Wilson
    NNN637127135316925610 wrote:
    NNN637083489413018288 wrote:
    This happens to me only what in the grid (small) mode. In large edit mode works just fine.


    sorry, I don't understand very well, how do I disable this grid mode? I don't know this option. thanks!

    What he calls the "grid" mode is the browser without the viewer. If you hide the viewer (that is, viewing the one image you are working on) you will see the browser showing a grid of thumbnails. If you show the viewer, you may or may not see a strip of thumbnails down the side or across the bottom of the screen (according to your choice). And you can choose to see or not see the strip when you are using the viewer (Ctrl-B or View>Browser).

    But what that has to do with your problem, I don't know. Why would he be trying to adjust sliders without using the Viewer?

    Ian
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  • SFA
    NNN637083489413018288 wrote:
    This happens to me only what in the grid (small) mode. In large edit mode works just fine.


    In normal usage the Thumbnail display is always the last thing to be updated as an approximate representation of the image once the resolution at the Preview size (or whatever image size is being worked on in the main Viewer window) has been adjusted and the result has been compressed to adapt the visible thumbnail to show as best it can the edits recently applied.

    I think this might have a short delay built in waiting to see if further edits are to be applied.

    For V20 the resolution of the Thumbnails has been increased by 50%. How (and when) this is applied to pre-existing images form earlier version I don't know but I can imagine that there will at some point be a need to regenerate the Thumbnails for the revised V20 resolution.

    Does this explain the apparent difference in speed perception that you have noticed?

    I don't know but it is a change of a type that that might, for some reason, produce such an effect in some situations.

    I don't think that working in Grid mode for editing is ideal - unless you are applying some quite simple changes (in terms of overall edit for the "look" for example) to a large selection of images. Something like at least a screenful of thumbnails.

    Better to work in viewer mode with multi-view selected if immediate and useful visual review is required.

    In my opinion.


    HTH.

    Grant
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