How best to incorporate ACR Super Resolution into Capture One workflow?

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  • SFA

    From the one video I have seen (where the reported difference was not really visible in HD video resolution on YouTube) the only option I can imagine, given the large increase in image size and file size, would be to treat the incoming file as a completely new file.

    How that might fit into you workflow is dependent on what you do at each stage of your workflow. But since the option is an ACR feature (only?) I guess you firstly have ACR and then, maybe, C1 working with a TIFF file. 

     

    With the RAW conversion done in ACR what is left for C1 in the way that you use it?

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  • Forrest Garrett

     If your camera supports Raw capture, ACR can almost certainly handle it,  Instead, all edits are stored in a single database whose location you can control. mypascoconnect If you have multiple displays of differing resolution and you drag panels  That being said, I found Olympus Workspace to do a pretty good job with.

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  • CSP

    very much looks like that adobe does not want that we can use SR dng files with other raw converter so they are embedding the original raw which seems to be picked up first over the decoded one.  think that could be changed but doubt c1 is eager to implement such an option so you can only import a 16 bit tiff. 

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