I live in Bristol, England, and I am a retired civil servant. I'm not a pro photographer, but photography is a long-standing hobby. I've been using Capture One since version 4.1.
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Can't you just import the Aperture Library into Capture One? Ian
Tell us more? It seems to work for me, also on 16.2.1. Here is an example - the variant on the left has had no keystone correction applied, and the one on the right has, by just clicking the Auto b...
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Possibly the larger sized catalog is storing the images "In catalog" (managed images) while the other is not (referenced images)? Ian
It sounds as though you are using the version for Phase One cameras, that only works with those files, is that correct? I meant that you could sign up for the trial version for all cameras, so that...
It looks like all your tools on that tab are in the pinned (non-scrolling area). Try clicking the ... on a tool and choosing Move Tool to Scrollable Area. Once you have at least one tool in the sc...
Is the Include Subfolders checkbox in the import window selected? Ian
Why not download the free trial of the latest version, which will give you 30 days - enough to extract your images from your old catalogs. Ian
On Windows, I'm not sure. On a Mac, you are offered the option to replace the old version with the new, or keep both, in which case MacOS will install the new version with a different name. Ian