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How to integrate Capture One in my tethered shooting

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  • LSdigi.com
    No, you can't do next capture adjustments / custom file names etc using hot folder option, I never recommend to do that really.

    Do check the camera settings option on capture 9, as I find it has more than enough controls personally. Nikon D810 has pretty much every setting on C1 as it does in camera, Canon perhaps is a bit different.

    You can adjust perspective on every shot automatically if you use capture for tethered shooting.
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  • Christian Gruner
    Currently it is not possible to enable/change exposure bracketing or view the orientation. The Canon SDK used by Capture One simply does not provide the information, so Capture have nothing to show.
    However, grids and guide are available in both Live-view and in the main Viewer of CO.
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  • Andriy.Okhrimets
    You can use feature from C1 called Hot Folder
    https://www.phaseone.com/en/Search/Arti ... nguageid=1

    I occasionaly use this feature when I transfer my files using wireless SD card.
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  • Christian Gruner
    Andriy.Okhrimets wrote:
    You can use feature from C1 called Hot Folder
    https://www.phaseone.com/en/Search/Arti ... nguageid=1

    I occasionaly use this feature when I transfer my files using wireless SD card.


    The Hot Folder does not enable the Next Capture Adjustments.
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  • Abdulrahman Aljabri
    Christian Gruner wrote:
    Currently it is not possible to enable/change exposure bracketing or view the orientation. The Canon SDK used by Capture One simply does not provide the information, so Capture have nothing to show.
    However, grids and guide are available in both Live-view and in the main Viewer of CO.


    With the new Canon tether engine introduced in version 9.1, can this feature be enabled?

    Thanks
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