Importing images in wrong order

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  • cdc
    Are you sorting the images by date in the browser after the images are imported?
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  • Lukester53
    Yes, I am. The problem is I rename via the import window. For example Photo 4 is now photo 7 and photo 2 is now photo 20. So I sort by date in the browser then batch rename the files to be correct. I never had this problem in capture one and I've been using since version 8, and every version so forth. 11 is the first to give me this issue.
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  • Michael Fritschi
    I have exactly the same problem with the same workflow while importing from a Fuji X-T2…
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  • Moich
    I'm having exactly the same issue with with Nikon d500 images. Have tried importing to both a a session, and a catalogue directly from the camera and also from a folder on my hard-drive. I've sorted by both name and date in the import window. In each case the images are imported and numbered in seemingly random order. If I sort by date the images are fine but the numbering is incorrect.
    Actually I had the same issue when C1 10 was first released also and it was corrected in a subsequent update.
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  • Willem Jan Drijfhout
    Same problem here. Never had issues until upgrading to C1 v11.0. Importing from Leica M240 from Sandisk Extreme 45MB/s, 32GB card.
    It does not seem to be completely random. If you repeat multiple times, photos are imported in unsorted order, but each time in the same unsorted order. Ordering photos in import window based on name or date has no effect. Also switching duplicate check (the new functionality) on or off has no effect.
    Annoying, as I rename on import using a counter, and this counter is now all over the place. I guess next time wait until .1 version is available instead of buying upgrade immediately...
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  • JustBobF
    Of course, same problem here. (Nikon D810)

    My solution is to import to a Capture One 10 Session and then upgrade to 11. Doesn't help anyone using a Catalog, though.

    So, is this just on a Mac? Or, windows, too. (I didn't see any discussion in their forum.)

    This should teach me not to be an early adopter!
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  • Stefan Hermann
    Same problem here, with a Sony a7r III.
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  • Abbott Schindler
    Have any of you filed support cases?
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  • Stefan Hermann
    [quote="Nature Isme" wrote:
    Have any of you filed support cases?


    yes, but just today.
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  • Stefan Hermann
    This issue has been accepted as a bug.
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  • nivaun
    On Dec 04 this is what support sent in reply after I sent a detailed video capture of what is going on.

    "...Be on the lookout for the first service release's release notes to confirm that this has been fixed."

    Hopefully the Service Release won't be too long in arriving.
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  • NN635284214224470200UL
    Hi,
    Has there been a fix for ths? I am running into the same problem. Capture one 11.0.0.282. Mac OS Sierra. Canon 5d Mark IV.
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  • NNN636299720855935514
    Hello,
    Same thing here. I confirmed the import window was sorted by date and the images are still named in a random order. I then have to sort by date in the main Library view and do a batch rename. Not the end of the world but definitely a pain. Any ETA on the next update release?
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  • Paul Steunebrink
    Pending a fix there seems to be a workaround. Make sure you use the Naming feature in the Import Images dialog, even if you do not want to rename.

    I got this workaround as feedback from a client who reported this issue to Phase One support.

    Not tested, but worth a try.
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  • Michael Fritschi
    [quote="Paul_Steunebrink" wrote:
    Pending a fix there seems to be a workaround. Make sure you use the Naming feature in the Import Images dialog, even if you do not want to rename.

    I got this workaround as feedback from a client who reported this issue to Phase One support.

    Not tested, but worth a try.


    This is not working for me – I still have to import in C1 v10… not really comfortable.
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  • Ian Wilson
    The work-around can be made to work quite well. See the details I gave in my first contribution to this thread.



    It sounds like quite a chore, but actually it works really quickly.

    Ian
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  • Moich
    Fixed now for me with 11.0.1
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  • NNN636522173936407887
    Hi,

    I have the same problem here, working with High Sierra, Capture one 11
    when imported, images are all in wrong order and when I want to rename them after sorting them by Date all the names have a space 1 at the end of it....
    Basic problem that I didn't get with previous versions!
    Please do something it's really a pain in may workflow, working as a digital operator

    thx
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  • John Doe
    [quote="NNN636522173936407887" wrote:
    Hi,

    I have the same problem here, working with High Sierra, Capture one 11
    when imported, images are all in wrong order and when I want to rename them after sorting them by Date all the names have a space 1 at the end of it....
    Basic problem that I didn't get with previous versions!
    Please do something it's really a pain in may workflow, working as a digital operator

    thx

    Update to 11.0.1.
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