C1 Pro 3.6 Mac: 1Ds MkII tethered?

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  • Hans12
    It's not working tethered but with a workaround with EOS capture you can shoot tethered to your captures folder and the shots are capture orientated.
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  • hursey
    Does Phase one anticipate rectifying this in the near future? Otherwise this software has just become useless to me... 😭
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  • TimWilson
    ihans is right--you can capture in the background with EOS Capture and use it's orientation feature. But you have to have either EOS Viewer Utility or DPP running also, because EOS Capture won't run without em. (Not on my computer anyway. Even EOS Viewer Utility won't work for me--it won't launch EOS Capture for some reason--claims it can't find it.)

    The other problem is, even if you capture to the folder C1 is looking at, C1's thumbnails don't refresh on their own, so you have to click to a different folder, then back, to see the new capture.

    Interestingly, Photoshop CS's file browser DOES refresh by itself, so one possible solution is to view in the PS browser while capturing with EOS Capture in the background (with DPP running too, to \"drive\" EOS Capture), processing with ACR. Geez, what a mess.

    This is where C1 could step in, if it could communicate with my camera.
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  • aaanorton
    This doesn't work here either. I sure wish it did.
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