How do i see all my 5 star rated images? it only shows 12 and Sharpening and more ?s

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  • Ian Wilson

    For seeing all the 5 star images, not just some of them, you have to have selected the All Images collection first and then filter for 5-star images. If you are in another collection, perhaps your most recent imports, or whatever, you'll only get the 5-star images in that collection.

    Ian

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  • Ian Wilson

    Also on making a recipe for export how can I set it to auto export to the same folder the raw images are in and create a folder to put them in called full-size.

    You have much more flexibility for arranging this kind of automation if you use the tools on the Output tool tab and set up appropriate process recipes. You could create a new process recipe and make the settings in the File part of the Process recipe tool like this.

    If the subfolder already exists, it will use it, and if it doesn't, it will create it.

    Ian

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  • DigitalEd

    Ok the file export is working now Thanks

    Here is my setting now i do not have the Create Thumbnails feature.?

     

    Here is what I get when I try and see all my 5 star tagged images it only shows me 11 of them, not all of them and no way to scroll down to see the rest?

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  • Ian Wilson

    Sharpening for full size and website size images. ?s

    What is the best all-round setting for full-size output I did some and they were too sharp so I redid them with no output sharpening.?

    Same with the website size for a 2024 wide size what are most using for this for settings for best output?

    Is there some magical mix of image sharpening when editing and the output sharpening settings to get the best all-around look. 

    There is no magical mx. 

    But the best way to proceed is first of all to get the sharpening looking good to you on screen. The default settings can look quite good, but of course you can adjust them to your taste. At that point don't think about whether the final output is going to be on screen or printed. Just get it looking good to you first.

    Then think about the output sharpening. If, say, you want to output a 2024 px wide image for a website, you need to

    (1) set up a process recipe for that - longest side 2024, JPG quality to whatever percentage you require. (Almost certainly not 100% for web use, which would produce a larger file than you would want and a higher quality than you need for that use.)

    (2) In the Adjustments tab in the process recipe, choose Output sharpening for screen as shown here.

    (3) Make sure that this recipe is selected, and view the image. Set the zoom to 100%, then use the Recipe Proofing tool (spectacles icon on the toolbar, or View>Recipe Proofing). This will display the image at 2024 px wide on your screen. and apply any settings in your recipe. Because you would be downsizing the image to 2024 wide (or upsizing it to 2024 wide if it was smaller than that in the first place) it will almost certainly look less sharp than it did when you were doing your general adjustments of sharpening. So now adjust the sharpening in this output sharpening tool until it looks right. (Resist any temptation to zoom in closer and pixel-peep, as that would completely defeat the purpose of what you are doing here, which is to get the right sharpening for this 2024 px size on screen.)

    (4) Process using that recipe.

    If you do this right, you shouldn't need to adjust it for every image: once you have got the recipe tweaked to your satisfaction, you just use that recipe every time you want a 2024 JPG for a website.

    For printing there are different things to do. Proceed as suggested above (getting the basic sharpening right) then set up a process recipe for your printing.  Perhaps you want a 10x8 inch print, so create a recipe for that. Then in the Adjustment tab of the recipe you choose Output Sharpening for print. You adjust this one according to what you expect the viewing distance from the print to be - so for example a print on a handheld page might be viewed at 40 cm, or a print hung on a wall might be viewed at 150 cm distance. Then use the recipe proofing tool as before - Capture One will simulate how sharp it will look in the circumstances you have specified and you can adjust the sharpening as required.

    This is well explained in this short tutorial on Capture One's YouTube channel (also available on the Learning Hub).

    https://youtu.be/DMTaVlSrNG0  

    it doesn't matter that the video is based on Capture One 11 - the principle of this has not changed since then.

    Ian

     

     

     

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  • DigitalEd

    Something strange that happens is when I first export an image using the export button top left for one image every time the program is first started the first image I export is BLACK. I have to do it a second time to get it to work and then after that it keeps working till it is shut it down and start it back up. When it first happened i thought the trial was disabled for exporting images as that was the first image i got.

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  • Ian Wilson

    The reason you can't see all the images in your screen shot is that you are selecting all of them and trying to see them in the viewer. (That is why it says "and 55 more...") You need to be in the browser, not the viewer, or if you want to see them in the viewer, look at them one at a time, or a few at a time.

    As you don't have the check box for creating thumbnails I think you must be on Windows. (I am on Mac.) For some reason this is different on Windows, I assume because of differences in the way the OS handles this. Don't worry about it!

    Ian

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  • Ian Wilson

    Why you get the black output I don't know. But The trial should work just like the real thing, though only for the trial period, so it isn't that. But try looking into process recipes, which are much more powerful than just using the Export button. There are plenty of tutorials about it on the Capture One YouTube channel and the Learning Hub.

    Ian

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  • DigitalEd

    the Recipe Proofing tool  Got it thanks

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  • DigitalEd

    Just made a mistake I was playing with the Recipe Proofing tool and went to export an image with it auto showing me and I guess I had all the images selected as it just kept popping up image after image.

    I could not stop it.

    For next time - away to stop an export when you make a mistake I trued ESC and other things that did not work. I had to keep shutting down all the new image windows until it was all done with the images.

     

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  • DigitalEd

    The browser I used CTRL- B and it just shows me the same window with the 11 images, not a full browser? What am I missing?

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  • Ian Wilson

    View menu>Viewer to turn the viewer off? Then you should see just the browser.

    Ian

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  • Ian Wilson

    I could not stop it.

    Find the Batch tool, and you'll see a Stop button at the bottom.

    Ian

     

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  • B.O

    Browser only shows in Full mode if the Viewer is hidden. Ctrl B and Ctrl V, play around with these two to understand the logic.

    EDIT: I don't remember the default shortcuts (I have my own, Alt B and Alt V, and Alt T for the Tools), but you'll find it under menu View, as Ian suggested.

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  • DigitalEd

    I found the browser now by hitting the G key. That brings it up and down easy.

    But when it shows the thumbs it is all running under my two side panel areas blocking many of the thumbs see the 2 screenshots of my layout.

    Edit look

     

    Browser look with thumbs being blocked under tool panels on each side.

     

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  • B.O

    Yep. The only way to show so many tools at once is to use floating tools as you did. And they float always on top of what is underneath, blocking that what is underneath.

    The only way I can think of, make the main window less wide so it sits between two outer floating tool columns. 

    If you like only the browser or the viewer, always, in that middle area, (and not both at the same time), then you could try to use the floating viewer (F10) and place it in the middle. It will stay on top if you use the tools. To see the browser you switch using Alt+Tab, and again to see the floating viewer again.

    C1 is quite customizable, but indeed not as much as one would wish, e.g. a floating browser, floating tool tabs (just drag the whole tab instead of single tools), autohide also for Windows, allow the main window to be resized to a minimum width.

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  • DigitalEd

    The workaround I have come up with is to create a new screen workplace layout just for the browser view so I need to change my workplace setting each time to go to it.

    Is there some way to create a keyboard short cut for my custom workplace setting? I did place the top workplace icon up top but still, it takes time to go in and pick my Browers setting.

    How can I edit the workplace settings I would like to get rid of many of them I had created.

     

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  • B.O

    Delete Workspace

    try searcing the knowledge base (just the search box on top of the forums web page)

    https://support.captureone.com/hc/en-us/articles/360002470117-Workspace-layouts 

     

    Shortcut for a specific workspace:

    I'm afraid there is none.

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  • B.O

    The best workaround might be a second cheapo monitor for the browser, main window, tools, and the F10 viewer on your main monitor. I don't have space unfortunately.

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