where are the pixelvalues shown (with 2 windows "large viewer" mode)?

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  • Dave R

    Have you tried Window/workspace/Dual monitor ether large viewer or large browser?  On my machine values are shown above big picture in viewer.  However there is a bug in Mac/Big Sur Mac M2 silicon version at the moment: if you have proof profile turned on the RGB read out is very slow or does not happen.  If you have a proof profile turned on turn it off (View/Proof Profile/No Profile), to be sure also turn off Recipe Proofing.

    Hope this helps

    Dave

     

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  • Stefan Fischer

    Hi Dave, thank you very much. Seems I´m just beginning to understand my problem ; ).

    Actually the pixelvalues ARE exposed in the Window (large viewer-mode). I just use the apple OS window option  with clicking the green little button on the viewer window. Red=close window, yellow = lay window in dock, green=maximize window. So i have just the picture (and no symbols etc. on the 2nd monitor). I like it because it is bigger and clean. But no pixelinfo on the other hand.

    I just liked the pixelvalues in the browser/tools window, next to the histogram or so.

    tnx,

    stefan

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  • Dave R

    The bug is cured in latest version of Capture One (14.1.1) which has been released over the last few days.

    Dave

     

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  • Gislason Zoey

    Sharing doesn't affect pixel values in and of itself. As ZorbaTHut noted, it is image hosting websites that degrade the quality of the images (i.e. change the file format/compression ratios) to save space on their servers.

     

     

    KabosuCoin

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