I'm a relatively new user of Capture One Pro, and although I've tried searching there are a couple of questions I can't seem to find the answer to, and I'd be grateful for any help/thoughts that anyone could offer.
I have begun the heroic task of importing and sorting the myriad sources of photos across the digital cameras I have owned over the years, so the questions I have are predominantly with importing and sorting images once in a catalogue.
1) I have a Mac with a 4k Samsung screen. Whilst the display is gorgeous, the text is just too small for comfort and I find I'm leaning close to the desk and getting a crick in my neck/back. Is there any method to increase the size of the text whilst keeping the display resolution?
2) One issue I have is when I have images that have been saved on the card in RAW & JPG format. Capture one seems to treat these as separate images, whereas back in Aperture they were kept as stacks. I've decided that wherever possible, I want to ignore the JPGs and keep the RAW files. However, my image sources have a mixture of files that are RAW+JPG and some that are JPG only.
This means that although I can (and do) sort the different types into separate folders on import, I cannot simply ignore the JPG files as there are many which don't have a corresponding RAW version. Currently I am having to go through the film strip sorted by date and manually selecting and deleting JPG's that have a RAW version. A very long and tedious process when you have thousands of images.
It appears the Capture does not link RAW&JPG files, which I find a bit odd- or have I got this wrong - I'm new to the program after all.
Is there a better way of doing this - getting rid of JPG's that have corresponding RAW files ?
3) Is there anyway on the filmstrip to display both he filename and the date of the image ? This would so help me in organising the files.
I'd be very grateful if anyone has any ideas. It could save me hours and hours.....
Thanks in advance for any help you can give...
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