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  • Paul Steunebrink
    Hi Nill,
    Long time ago (if you remember)...

    1Ds II arbitrary rotation works fine here on CO 3.7.8. Can you give more details of what does not work?
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  • Nill
    Here's a screen shot of the (in this case slight) rotation, and the intended crop:

    http://www.toulme.net/misc/c1-screen.jpg

    And here's the resulting image. It seems to be moving the crop, maybe by shifting it to the bottom of the frame...

    http://www.toulme.net/misc/070909-aysa19b-109.jpg

    I can't remember if this is exactly the same way it was broken in 3.7.7, but it was similar.

    Nill
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  • Paul Steunebrink
    Will try this tomorrow (late in the evening here). Does this always occur after rotation in combination with 1Ds Mk II?
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  • Nill
    Yes it's very consistent.

    Thanks,

    Nill
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  • Paul Steunebrink
    NIll,
    I did a few conversions with a 1Ds Mk II raw file (and files of all other EOS-1D series, up to seven in total) with crop and rotation in CO 3.7.8.

    Only the 1Ds Mk II files break after a rotation. Result is a you described: crop is shifted.
    I also discovered that the preview to raw resolution ratio of the 1Ds Mk II is different from what is displayed (and not different for all other 1D series). Preview resolution is 1:4 to raw resolution where a 1:8 ratio is displayed.

    I also found that a crop without rotation sometimes resulted in a black image.

    I don't expect Phase One will put much effort in CO 3.x Pro/DB with CO4 Pro/DB around the corner. Not interested to move to CO4 already? Arbitrary rotation in CO4 is a breeze!
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  • Nill
    Thanks Paul. Based on what I've seen so far of v4.0 I don't like it one bit. Maybe I'll give it another try whenever I need to rotate a 1DsII frame... ☹️

    Nill
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  • Coach
    A simple workaround is to have Capture One re-read the folder. I just go to another folder, then come right back to the original files before processing.
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  • Nill
    I don't understand. Are you saying that doing this fixes the bollixed rotated images?

    Nill
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  • Coach
    Yes, it has for my 1Ds Mark II files. Just reread the files after adjustments.

    [quote="Nill Toulme" wrote:
    I don't understand. Are you saying that doing this fixes the bollixed rotated images?

    Nill
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  • Nill
    That seems to do the trick. Thanks very much!

    But I have to say this makes me wonder all the more why they haven't bestirred themselves to fix this yet... ☹️

    Nill
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