I've used Capture 20 for some month and then I need to buy another upgrade?

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  • Ian Wilson

    You don't have to update from Capture One 20 - it was a good app when you bought it, and it is still a good app now. The only reasons to have to update would be if the later version had a new feature you couldn't live without, or if you got a new camera that wasn't supported by your existing version. 

    I don't think it odd that they aren't updating Capture One 20 any more - you get the same for all kinds of software. For instance, ON1 2020 is not being updated now that they have ON1 2021. 

    Ian

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  • LVS

    I think CaptureOne should support current and one previous version of their software (N-1)

    New functions/features would only be added to the current version.

    Bug fixes and New Camera support would be available for current version and one previous version (ie. c21 and c20).

    While this may reduce sales of new versions of the platform, it will provide a better service to the customer and build more brand loyalty.

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  • Christian

    Yes - that would be fair! :) 

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  • CSP

    when c1 would care about brand loyalty they would act different, no ?  

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  • Deirdre Ryan

    I have CP 11(on a MacPro mid 2012) and 12(on a Macbook Pro) and I'm told to purchase another even though I too have a perpetual lic.

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  • Ian Wilson

    You can carry on using Capture One 11 and Capture One 12 as long as you like, provided you have computers that will run them. There is no obligation to update, though you may eventually want new features that later versions have, or want a version that supports a new camera.

    Ian

     

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