Filter to show only processed or adjusted pictures *Solved*

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  • SFA
    [quote="ouwensi" wrote:
    Hi,

    I am searching for a possibility to filter in the browser only the pictures which I had adjusted with CO.

    Besides: can anyone explain the difference between the icon for processed and for adjusted pictures? Sorry, I seem to be too stupid for this.

    Thanks for help,
    Tim


    Adjusted means that some Capture One tools have been used to edit the image at some point in its life as known to he C1 session or catalogue you are currently using. This may be as early as apply some presets during import.

    Processed means the image (variant) has at some point been Processed (using a Process Recipe) to an output file of some sort. The implication is that that is post C1 editing when you have a finished product - or at least something that you have finished with in C1. However one may of course process an image in a number of ways at different times. Therefore the indicator is perhaps most useful in a professional type production routine where images from a shoot that have been prepared and processed to a final output for client review can be visually identified quickly.

    There are uses beyond that but how an individual wishes to use the visual indicator - which is a simply check not some sort of user managed flag per image - is something that I think individuals need to assess according to their needs. There may be more meaningful ways to flag and select that better suit different ways of working.


    HTH.


    Grant
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  • Robert Farhi
    Hi,

    Unfortunately, I can't see any possibility of filtering pictures already adjusted in Capture One.
    As far as the icons are concerned, the small gearing wheel means that the image had been processed (output tool tab), and the small framed lines/document that it has been adjusted.

    Robert
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  • SFA
    There are filter options for both Adjusted and Processed. They are boolean searches so are searched for using true or false.

    In the filter tool as provided by default in the Library tab one can add these filters to the active display.

    On the name line of the Filter tool click the 3 dots on the extreme right.

    Then click on "Show/Hide filters" to get a list of available EXIF filters.

    Enable and disable them to suit your needs.

    HTH.

    Grant

    Edit: Fixed silly typo.
    Edit: Fixed second silly typo.
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  • Tim Ovens
    [quote="SFA" wrote:
    There are filter opting for both Adjusted and Processed. They are boolean searches so are searched for using true or false.

    In the filter tool as provided by default in the Library tab one can add these filters to the active display.

    On the name line of the Filter tool click the 3 dots on the extreme right.

    Then click on "Show/Hide filters" to get a list of available EXIF filters.

    Enable and disable the to suit your needs.

    HTH.

    Grant


    Brilliant! Thank you all for informations and help!!
    Tim
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  • Robert Farhi
    [quote="SFA" wrote:
    There are filter opting for both Adjusted and Processed. They are boolean searches so are searched for using true or false.

    In the filter tool as provided by default in the Library tab one can add these filters to the active display.

    On the name line of the Filter tool click the 3 dots on the extreme right.

    Then click on "Show/Hide filters" to get a list of available EXIF filters.

    Enable and disable the to suit your needs.

    HTH.

    Grant


    Thanks Grant !!
    I didn't know that. We learn every day....
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  • SFA
    [quote="ouwensi" wrote:
    [quote="SFA" wrote:
    There are filter opting for both Adjusted and Processed. They are boolean searches so are searched for using true or false.

    In the filter tool as provided by default in the Library tab one can add these filters to the active display.

    On the name line of the Filter tool click the 3 dots on the extreme right.

    Then click on "Show/Hide filters" to get a list of available EXIF filters.

    Enable and disable the to suit your needs.

    HTH.

    Grant


    Brilliant! Thank you all for informations and help!!
    Tim


    You are welcome Tim.

    C1 offers a lot of flexibility.

    As individual users we probably need most of it but rarely all of it. Finding out about the stuff we have not yet discovered or not yet fully understood in terms of possible benefits, is usually and interesting and helpful journey.

    I often learn a lot from the threads in the forum.

    Grant
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  • SFA
    [quote="tenmangu81" wrote:
    [quote="SFA" wrote:
    There are filter opting for both Adjusted and Processed. They are boolean searches so are searched for using true or false.

    In the filter tool as provided by default in the Library tab one can add these filters to the active display.

    On the name line of the Filter tool click the 3 dots on the extreme right.

    Then click on "Show/Hide filters" to get a list of available EXIF filters.

    Enable and disable the to suit your needs.

    HTH.

    Grant


    Thanks Grant !!
    I didn't know that. We learn every day....


    Indeed we do .. and yet there is still so much more to learn!


    Grant
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